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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

EWING — The College of New Jersey Lions have advanced to the NCAA Division III Women’s Lacrosse Regionals. This is the 17th straight year that the team has made it this far.

The No. 1 ranked Lions defeated Farmingdale State College Rams, 19-6, on Sunday afternoon at Lions Stadium.

The Lions improved to 16-1 on the season. The Rams ended their season with an 18-2 record.

TCNJ will find out on Sunday night if they are hosting a regional site. According to Interim Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Communications Mark Gola, there is a very good chance of hosting next week.

If they do, it’ll be the first-time they host a women’s lacrosse regional since 2009.

Kathleen Jaeger led the Lions with five goals, while Olivia Cleale added four goals. Mia Blackman, Elizabeth Morrison and Erin Harvey also had two goals each.

Allie Gorman, Amanda Miller, Alexandra Fitzpatrick and Jaclyn Douglas also had a goal.

Brittany Rosino led the Rams with four goals. Kristen Keller and Victoria Varone also had s goal each.


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