Rice finished with four goals on the day while Welch, Herr and freshman midfielder Jacqui Hallack each finished with two goals.
Skylar Waddington and Gabi Waddington each scored four goals to lead the Dexter offense.
Camerino had nine draw controls and five ground ball scoops. Senior Beth Ann Pierce (Middleburg, Virginia/Saint John's Catholic Prep) chipped in with a pair of goals, while classmate Michele Scannell (Smithtown, New York/Smithtown East) and post grad Jill Graziano (New Hyde Park, New York/New Hyde Park Memorial) each registered a goal and assist.
Erin Heritage scored three goals, Emmy Porter stopped five shots and Brittany Mills made three saves for Meade (1-3).
VAR calls players back from dressing room for penalty
Mainz and Freiburg are 15th and 16th in the table respectively so the decision carried added weight in a relegation six-pointer. Both sets of players went down the tunnel, until the referee called them all back.
Pleshaw added a goal and assist this afternoon. Westminster scored the first two goals of the second quarter for a 4-2 lead. In goal, senior Lucy Darlington, who entered the game ranked No. 12 nationally in save percentage, recorded five saves in playing 52:56.
Head Coach Shanta Loecker was pleased with how her team controlled the pace of the game as Albion College tuned up for the stretch run of the regular season with a 21-2 victory over Olivet College in a Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association women's lacrosse game. Chase Flinders was responsible for one caused turnover and picked up four ground balls.
Friends led 11-6 at the half, and the lead would only swell, as they scored all seven goals of the third period, with Harper getting another in-quarter hat trick. The Britons have home dates with Kalamazoo College (April 17 at 7 p.m.) and Saint Mary's College (April 27 at 7 p.m.) and a road trip to Hope College next Saturday at 1 o'clock.