Women's Lacrosse
    LAX Postgame Notes: USC vs. James Madison (NCAA First Round)

    May 8, 2015

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    GAME NOTES

    • USC played in and won its first-ever NCAA tournament game. 
    • The Trojans faced James Madison for the first time in program history and are now 1-0 against the Dukes. 
    • The victory over No. 19-ranked JMU is USC's second-ever win over a ranked team. The first was an 11-10 decision over a 13th-ranked Stanford on April 20, 2014. 
    • The Women of Troy extended their program record to 14 wins in a single season. 
    • USC played its first-ever game in the state of North Carolina and improved its record in games played on the East Coast to 4-6 overall. 
    • The Trojans committed a school-record low six fouls against James Madison. The team's previous low was seven fouls against Brown on March 22, 2013. 
    • Sophomore attacker Michaela Michael finished with nine draw controls to up her season total to 117 and extend her MPSF single-season and USC single-season school records. 
    • Michael scored five goals against James Madison to mark the sixth time this season that she has had five or more goals in a game. It was her third consecutive five-goal game. She also ran her season total to 61 goals, to extend her school record. 
    • Junior attacker Caroline de Lyra scored a hat trick on the Dukes for her sixth goal with three of more goals this season. 
    • Junior defender Courtney Tarleton picked up four ground balls against James Madison - her third game this season with four ground balls or more.