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Saturday, Apr 02, 2022 at 9:02 pm

Emily Hawryschuk Makes History as Syracuse Powers Past Pittsburgh 18-6

Ian Nicholas: “Imagine putting this in the back of the net over 300 times. In today’s 18-6 win over Pittsburgh, Syracuse sixth-year senior Emily Hawryschuk became just the fifth player in Syracuse history to score 300 points. And with a four-goal performance, the three-time captain now sits just 15 behind her own head coach for the most an SU player has ever scored. After the game, said head coach, Kayla Treanor, was proud not only of the record-breaking, but also how Hawryschuk kept the offense afloat early on.”

Kayla Treanor: “Emily’s performance today when we were not playing well; I think Emily really stepped up and the put the ball in the back of the net when we needed her, too. And the offense wasn’t really in a flow yet. Emily is just a veteran leader, was able to step up and finish her opportunities early which we really needed. That’s amazing, she’s a really talented player, so I’m not surprised by that. Really exciting, and I hope we can get her there soon.”

Emily Hawryschuk: “To give you a short answer to the question, I couldn’t do anything without my teammates. I couldn’t do any of that without my teammates. Whether it’s the teammates from this year, the teammates that I had on my freshman year. It’s all of them and all the hard work I put in that allow me to get the opportunities on the field. But that being said, I think it’s awesome. But ultimately, I just want to win a national championship.”


Ian Nicholas: “Hawryschuk wasn’t the only star that shined as Senior Meaghan Tyrrell tied her season best with six goals scored. Meanwhile; the defense held an held an opponent to under 10 goals scored for the third time in the last four games. Coach Defliese’s unit will have a much tougher challenge ahead in the rematch of the ACC title game a year ago against No. 1 North Carolina on April 9th. Reporting from the Carrier Dome, Ian Nicholas, CitrusTV