Lacrosse to Face St. Mary's on Senior Night
The Bulldogs will honor Kara Concheck, Lisa Barnaba and Ashley Phillips on Thursday night.
The Bulldogs will honor Kara Concheck, Lisa Barnaba and Ashley Phillips on Thursday night.

April 8, 2014

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Game #11 • April 10, 2014 • 5 p.m. PT
Fresno State (1-9, 0-5 MPSF) vs. St. Mary's (0-9, 0-7 MPSF)

Bulldog Stadium • Fresno, Calif.
Series Record: St. Mary's leads 5-0
Last Meeting: April 17, 2013 (L: 15-11)
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TV: Mountain West Network
Twitter: @fresnostatelax

Bulldogs Host St. Mary's for Senior Night
The Fresno State lacrosse team is set to face St. Mary's in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation game on Thursday at 5 p.m. for Senior Night in Bulldog Stadium. In a competitive MPSF matchup, both teams head into Thursday's contest in search of their first conference win of the season.

About the Gaels
St. Mary's (0-9, 0-7 MPSF)has opened up its 2014 season with nine straight losses, most recently falling to Oregon 19-7 on April 6. The Gaels are led by senior Allie DeBruhl with 16 goals and 17 points, junior Jaclyn Biggers also has 17 points off of 12 goals and five assists. St. Mary's leads the Bulldogs 5-0 all-time, and edged the 'Dogs 15-11 when the two teams faced last year.

Senior Night
Thursday is Senior Night in Bulldog Stadium, prior to the game Fresno State will honor its three seniors- Kara Concheck, Lisa Barnaba and Ashley Phillips.

Concheck in the Record Books
Senior Kara Concheck leads the Bulldogs with 17 goals and 19 points this season. After recording her third hat trick of the season against USC on March 28, Concheck now leads Fresno State all-time in goals (61) and points (69).

Freshman Impact
The freshman Bulldog class has made a positive impact across the field in their first season. As a class they have combined for 20 goals and 24 points. Freshmen Allison Poust leads the class with five goals which ranks fourth on the team, while Kyleigh Westgarth and Sarah Goetz have four goals each. Westgarth also leads Fresno State with 26 draw controls this year while Caroline Dineen-Carlson is second on the team with 17 draw controls and five caused turnovers.

Up Next
After battling the Gaels for their last home game of the season on Thursday, the Bulldogs then close regular season with four road games at California (April 15), UC Davis (April 18), San Diego State (April 23), and Michigan (April 26).

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