Mercy defeated Molloy in the East Coast Conference semifinals 19-9. Senior midfielder Hunter Isnardi scored eight of those goals — including five in a row in the final 9:14 of the first half — giving her 301 on her career and the new DII women's lacrosse record.
Let's take a look at the career of DII's most prolific scorer by the numbers.
3 — Program records Isnardi holds. She was already Mercy's top goal scorer entering her senior campaign with 211, and also owns the record for points and draw control.
10 — Where Isnardi ranks all-time across all three divisions with her 301 career goals. With at least one game remaining she needs just three goals to jump up one more spot.
90 — Goals Isnardi has scored on the season, so far. That's the sixth-most in DII women's lacrosse single-season history. She now has the three highest goal totals in program history, with 97 last year, and 71 in 2017.
97 — Total number of goals Isnardi scored in 2018. That gave her the second-most at the time and is now third-most after Courtney Lafler of Limestone's 100-goal 2019. Only two players have reached the 100-goal plateau, and Isnardi is the next closest.
214 — Draw controls Isnardi had in 2018, setting the DII women's lacrosse record. Who's record did she break you ask? Her own, after her record-setting 182 in 2017. She currently has 174 with at least one game remaining.
300 — Isnardi now has 301 goals. She is the only player in DII women's lacrosse history to break the 300 goal mark. The next closest in Katelyn Martin of West Chester who's 299 goals was the previous record.
NCAA WOMEN'S LACROSSE ALL-TIME GOAL LEADERS
|Maggie Nelson||Saint Vincent III||DIII||370|
|Courtney Murphy||Stony Brook||DI||341|
|Ann Clark||Worcester State||DIII||316|
|Shelby Wood||Morrisville State||DIII||303|