Lacrosse Welcomes Duquesne, St. Bonaventure for Weekend Play

by | Apr 7, 2022

Junior Grace Fahey scoring one of the goals against Cincinnati.


DAVIDSON, N.C. — The Davidson Wildcats will return home for a pair of Atlantic 10 Conference games this weekend, hosting the Duquesne Dukes on Friday at 6:30 p.m. before taking on St. Bonaventure on Sunday at 1 p.m.


  • The first 100 student fans to arrive at Friday’s game will receive a custom Davidson lacrosse tank top.
  • After Friday’s game, the Wildcats will be hosting a youth lacrosse session with post-game autographs, photos and drills available on the field at Richardson Stadium.
  • Davidson will be dedicating Sunday’s game to Strong Girls United, a nonprofit organization with a mission to empower girls to be strong, confident, and resilient through sport and physical activity combined with mental health and wellbeing activities.

KNOW THE FOES… Duquesne will come to Davidson with a 3-8 overall record and 0-4 conference ledger. The Dukes are led by Sam King and Delaney Rodriguez-Shaw, who each have 22 goals apiece, and combine for 11 assists. The Bonnies will head south on Sunday, after meeting La Salle on Friday afternoon. St. Bonaventure is 1-9 overall, 0-4 in league play and is led by Abby Hiltz who has 11 goals and 11 assists on the year.

DEPTH ON DEPTH ON DEPTH… Davidson has relied on its depth this season, with 16 Wildcats scoring at least one goal this year and six ‘Cats grabbing 10+ draw controls. Three Wildcats have 30 points or more, with Erin Cooke leading the way with 48 points, off 22 goals and 26 assists while Grace Fahey and Gianna New have 36 and 35 points, respectively.

WAYNE’S WORLD… “We’ve had a great start in the A-10, despite our one loss to Saint Joe’s,” said Head Coach Kim Wayne. “But, we learned so much from the first and second half of that game, that I know we are a better team for it. We also have so many talented players who are ready to step up. Noelle Cegielski and Hayden Callahan are truly amazing one-on-one defenders, but we have added other players to our defensive mix who have improved tremendously throughout the year. Morgan O’Brien, Margaret Anne Warner and Brynn Jones come to mind. Depth is the piece I am the most proud of with this group.”

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