Kiley Coffey doubled the lead just over a minute later on a pass from behind the net from Jennifer Cook, while Mary French and Grace O'Connell added goals for a 4-0 lead.
Graziano stretched the Adelphi run to seven goals to start the second half, assisted by Johnson, 27-seconds in.
Caporuscio put on a show again, casually stepping into a bullet of a goal from mid-range, skipping another goal through traffic and finding the open man for three assists in the loss.
The Lady Chargers added three more goals in the second half to extend out to an 18-1 lead which eventually became the final score. Sophomore midfielder Connor McClelland had three goals.
"We hit some at 'em balls". Saint Joseph's would score in the final seconds of the quarter to lead 4-2 after 15 minutes.
Jarek Rawl had six goals and an assist to lead the Ganders, with Sam Serrano adding four goals.
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Bringing back a skilled goalie in sophomore Garet Long along with close defenders in Gavin Olson and Donny Schuyler, the Royals look to cut down on the opposing team's attack after having nine games with double-digit goals surrendered. "We were down as well", Zug said.
Foard outshot Patton 13-5 and had seven corner kicks to the hosts' two.
Darien had points from eight different players, including four multi-goal efforts, used two different goalies, and received a strong overall effort in all facets of the game.
The Warriors broke a scoreless tie midway through the first half on a pair of goals in a span of a minute by Sophia Sudano.
Adelphi University, ranked No. 1 in this week's Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Division II poll and No. 2 in the Nike/US Lacrosse Magazine poll, picked up its 13 straight win with a 19-5 victory over Stonehill College in Northeast-10 Conference women's lacrosse action on Timothy J. Coughlin '80 Memorial Field at W.B. Mason Stadium this afternoon. In doubles, Major Hightower/Thomas Gigon won 8-2 on the No. 2 line and Chris Turowski/Paul Stillwell won 8-4 at No. 3. The Patton No. 1 squad of senior James Scott and Harrison Seagle were victorious, as were Charlie Gessner/Ransom Vance at No. 2 doubles. Freedom was led by Noah Harris' season-best round of 78, good for fourth place on Thursday, while Jared Clontz shot 80 and stayed in third place individually for the year.