No. 8 Stony Brook Outlasted by No. 1 Maryland in NCAA Quarterfinal

The Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team saw its historic 2017 season come to an end Saturday, May 20 as the No. 8 Seawolves fell to No. 1 Maryland, 13-12, Saturday at the Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex. With the loss, the Seawolves finish the year at 20-2, while the Terrapins improve to 21-0.

By the Numbers

  • Junior Kylie Ohlmiller (Islip, NY) tallied thee goals and four assists, with the assists passing Northwestern’s Hannah Nielsen for the Division I single-season record. Ohlmiller finishes the year with 78 goals and 86 assists for a Division I single-season record of 164 points.
  • Freshman Taryn Ohlmiller (Islip, NY) recorded three goals to finish the year with 65 goals and 36 assists for 101 points.
  • Senior Dorrien Van Dyke (Northport, NY) notched two goals and finishes her Seawolves career second in goals with 197 and third in points with 268.
  • The Seawolves also received goals from senior Kristin Yevoli (Massapequa, NY), junior Samantha DiSalvo (Lynbrook, NY), sophomore Keri McCarthy (Hauppauge, NY) and freshman Ally Kennedy (North Babylon, NY).
  • Yevoli added three ground balls, two draw controls and two caused turnovers, and finishes in the top 10 in program history in all three categories.
  • Sophomore Anna Tesoriero (Huntington, NY) tallied 13 saves.
  • Stony Brook was whistled for 58 fouls in the game, while Maryland was charged with 15. The Seawolves limited the Terrapins to 2-for-11 on free-position opportunities, while Stony Brook was 0-for-3.


  • Stony Brook is 5-1 in the NCAA tournament when scoring eight goals or more and now stands at 5-5 all-time in NCAA tournament play.
  • The Seawolves won 20 games in a season for the first time in program history in 2017.
  • Stony Brook went 3-1 against the Big Ten in 2017.
  • Kylie Ohlmiller finishes the year at 341 career points, up to 13th in Division I history, while her 177 assists are fifth and two back of third.
  • The Stony Brook senior class, which graduated Friday, May 19, won 72 games in its four years, ranking third in Division I.
  • The Division I single-season goals, assists and points records now all belong to Stony Brook. Kylie Ohlmiller added the assists record (86) Saturday and holds the Division I single-season points record with 164. Senior Courtney Murphy (Shirley, NY) holds the goals record with 100 in 2016.

Up Next

Returners for the Seawolves in 2018 include Kylie Ohlmiller (78 goals, 86 assists), Taryn Ohlmiller (65 goals, 36 assists), Brooke Gubitosi (55 caused turnovers, 46 ground balls), Anna Tesoriero (7.27 goals-against average), Keri McCarthy (38 points, 106 draw controls), Ally Kennedy (39 goals, 13 assists), Samantha DiSalvo (33 goals, 16 assists, 32 ground balls) and Mackenzie Burns (40 ground balls, 25 caused turnovers.

Courtney Murphy (100 goals in 2016) returns, too.

The 2018 NCAA women’s lacrosse season begins in February and culminates Memorial Day weekend with the national championship at LaValle Stadium.

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