The second to last game that was lost in NJ by the Quakers in women’s lacrosse came at the State Finals in 1999 to Summit. But, it’s the more recent one that hurts more.
That loss came on May 24th after winning 228 consecutive games against teams all over New Jersey.
They met the Shawnee Renegades at the State Finals for what has become an annual showdown between the two NJ powerhouses. Unfortunately, for Moorestown, this one didn’t end like the last 15 State Final games. It ended with their team at the short end of the stick in a loss of 7 goals to 6.
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