Women's Lacrosse ACCtion: Sunday, April 4

April 4, 2010

Tar Heels Win Fourth In A Row, 16-2 At ODU
The University of North Carolina women's lacrosse team won its second blowout game in three days when it won 16-2 at Old Dominion on Sunday afternoon at the Powhatan Sports Complex.

Carolina, which improved to 10-1 this season with its fourth consecutive win, was led for the second game in a row by Corey Donohoe. The junior attacker had four goals and three assists in Sunday's victory after tallying three goals and four assists in Friday's 19-3 win over Virginia Tech.

In addition to Donohoe's output, the Tar Heels got three goals and an assist from Becky Lynch and three goals from Kira Cannizzaro. Kristen Taylor had two goals and an assist, two goals from Megan Bosica and single goals from Emily Garrity and Sarah Kuonen. Laura Zimmerman had an assist for Carolina. 

Duke Routs Davidson, 19-6
A season-high 12 different Blue Devils scored goals as the Duke women's lacrosse team routed Davidson 19-6 on Sunday afternoon at Koskinen Stadium.

With the win, Duke ended a two-game slide as the Blue Devils improved to 10-3 (1-2 ACC) on the year, marking the 13th straight season Duke has recorded double digit victories. Davidson fell to 5-7 overall with the loss, its 10-consecutive to the Blue Devils.

Duke dominated almost every statistical category, outshooting the Wildcats 40-11, picking up 29 ground balls to Davidson's 19 and pressuring the Wildcats into 26 turnovers while only committing 14.