Drabin Moves to Fifth on Career Goals List in Loss to Richmond
ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. - St. Bonaventure senior Danielle Drabin scored her 122nd career goal to move to fifth on the career list, but Richmond (9-6, 5-1 Atlantic 10) netted the first six goals of the game on the way to a 20-9 win over the Bonnies (3-9, 0-6) at McGraw-Jennings Field on Friday.
UR senior Caitlin Fifield totaled nine points on seven goals and two assists, while reigning A-10 Rookie fo the Week Emily Doyle scored once and distributed six assists in the Spiders' fifth straight victory.
Drabin followed Amanda Cizenski's with a second consecutive unaassisted tally to put SBU in the scoring column. Drabin, who finished with a team-best five points on two goals and a trio of assists, passed Kelly Chevez to move into fifth place on the school's career goals list (122).
Cizenski, Lauren Michaels and Erin Thomas each scored twice in the Bonnies fourth straight setback.
The Spiders closed the opening half with seven of the game's nine goals, with the only Bona markers coming from Thomas. After back-to-back goals from UR's Bailey Zerr, SBU answered with three straight when Drabin, Lauren Michaels and Elspeth McGarry went to goal in succession. Richmond responded with three goals of its own to end the threat.
The Bonnies conclude the 2012 campaign on Sunday with a matchup against George Washington. SBU will honor its senior following the contest.