Outlook: The Tigers had no trouble scoring last season, boosting their goal production by more than three per game over the previous year. They bring back their top four goals scorers — Sulmonte, Montalbano, Tellekamp and senior Emily Gillingham (38 G, 9 A) — and add Sachs (51 G, 27 A), a Dulaney graduate who led Robert Morris in scoring last season as a freshman. While the Tigers were more prolific on offense than in recent seasons, those gains were nearly offset by allowing 9.37 goals per game — 2.5 more than in 2016. In two of their final six games, the Tigers scored 15 goals but lost, including the NCAA first-round game to High Point, 21-15. Inconsistency late in the season cost the Tigers, including in the conference semifinal loss to Elon, 10-9. In their final regular-season game, the Tigers had one of their best outings of the season, an 18-5 win over Johns Hopkins. LaMonica said this team, with eight returning starters, is motivated to be more consistent and get back to the top of the conference. Returning starters Conti, the CAA Defender of the Year; Wallpher (Mount Hebron), an All-CAA selection; and sophomore Sami Chenoweth (Manchester Valley) give the Tigers a veteran core on defense, where they will have a new goalie in last year’s backup Kylie Keating, who played in 11 games and started twice. The Tigers kick off their season at home against Penn State on Saturday.