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LOUDONVILLE, N.Y. — The Connecticut College women’s water polo team split a pair of matches against Utica College and host Siena College. The Camels first registered a 10-9 victory over the Pioneers before falling by an 18-1 decision to the Saints.

The Camels started the day on a high note by building up a four-goal lead and holding off a late charge by Utica. Sophomore Ashley Ignatowski (Guilford, Conn.) and senior Paige Cackovic (New Albany, Ohio) scored back-to-back goals to give Connecticut College a lead it would never surrender, and senior Sarah Nappo (Portland, Maine) found the back of the net with 3:18 remaining in regulation for what would also stand as the deciding tally.

Facing a Division I opponent for the second time this week, Connecticut College registered the first goal in its second game against a rested Siena squad courtesy of senior April Anderson (Mill Valley, Calif.). However, the Saints answered back with 18 straight goals to come away with the convincing victory.

Release courtesy Connecticut College Athletics Communications

Collegiate Water Polo Association