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Split image with headshot of Erin Doyle on the left and headshot of Elizabeth Preister on the right.
Erin Doyle
Doyle, a sophomore on the lacrosse team from Niskayuna, New York, became the fastest player in program history to amass 100 career goals. She led the way with eight goals and added seven ground balls as the Belles defeated Mount St. Joseph on Saturday. She becomes the fourth player in program history to surpass 100 career goals and needed just 20 games to accomplish the feat.
 
Elizabeth Preister
Preister, a senior on the tennis team from Columbus, Nebraska, was instrumental to the Belles' 6-3 win over Ohio Wesleyan on Sunday. She and teammate Alyssa Gulli hardly missed a beat as the pair were the first tandem off the court with a commanding 8-1 win at three doubles.In singles, she took a decisive first set 6-1 at six singles but fell 6-3 in the second set. The senior turned a 2-1 advantage into a 4-1 lead before clinching the team win with a 6-2 third set.