The HAN Network will stream FCIAC girls lacrosse live Saturday, April 28, as the Darien Blue Wave hosts its rival the New Canaan Rams at 4 p.m.
You can watch the HAN Network’s live pregame show at 3:50 p.m., then watch the game live at HAN.Network, or on Frontier Communications’ Vantage Sports Network (Chs. 600/1600).
The HAN Network will cover both the boys and girls lacrosse games between Darien and New Canaan on Saturday. Click here to watch the boys game at 1 p.m.
The Rams are 7-1 overall, 6-0 in the FCIAC East. New Canaan wins over Wilton 6-4, Yorktown (N.Y.) 8-7, Norwalk 19-2, and Stamford 17-0, Ridgefield 7-6, Fairfield Ludlowe 12-6, and Staples 17-6. The Rams’ only two losses came against two teams from New York, Westhampton Beach, 9-8, on April 4, and Warde Melville 11-9 on April 21.
In her 12th season as head coach, Kristin Woods has a roster loaded with veterans including Braeden Dial, Julia Ozimek and Karlie Bucci. All three are team captains and have already had major impacts on the girls lacrosse program.
The Darien Blue Wave is 9-1 overall, 6-0 in the FCIAC East. The Blue Wave has posted wins over St. Joseph, 12-3, Ridgewood, N.J., 12-10, Ridgefield 21-6, Norwalk 19-1, Staples 19-7, Garden City (N.Y.) 15-13, Brien McMahon 19-7, Long Beach (N.Y.), and Stamford 17-0. The Blue Wave’s only loss came against Manhassett (N.Y.), 13-12, Thursday night.
Darien is led by head coach Lisa Lindley, who is in her 25th season, earned her 400th win last season and has another roster loaded with talent.
The Blue Wave is led by four senior captains who have shown strong leadership so far this season — All-American Emma Jaques, a three-year starting midfielder; Christine Fiore, an All-State attack who scored a hat trick and was named MVP in the Blue Wave’s 13-10 win over Wilton in the 2017 state final; midfielder Katie Ramsay, a second-team All-State choice, and attack Kendall Wisinski.
Frank Granito, John Kovach, and Kevin Coleman will be on the call.
How To Watch
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