Crigler’s Six Goals Lift Women’s Lacrosse to Rout of Cardinals, 18-8

Crigler’s Six Goals Lift Women’s Lacrosse to Rout of Cardinals, 18-8

SEWANEE, Tenn. - The Sewanee women's lacrosse team took down the Cardinals of North Central, 18-8, Friday afternoon inside Puett Field.

INSIDE THE MATCHUP
Final Score: Sewanee (8-3) 18, North Central (3-1) 8
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HOW IT HAPPENED
-The Cardinals struck in between the pipes 41 seconds into the contest, but it was Sewanee, who scored four goals in the next nine minutes, two by Catherine Crigler.

-The Tigers would push the lead to 12-4 at the half. Crigler recorded the final two goals, with one coming on a free position.

-Despite the Cardinals pushing the deficit to 14-8 with 17:17 left in the contest, the Tigers put the game away with four straight goals and held the visitors scoreless for the rest of the contest.

SEWANEE KEY STATISTICS
-Catherine Crigler led Sewanee with six goals on nine shots. She scored five in the first half

-Kelly Thomsen scored five points with four goals and an assist, while Sarah Strand and Hattie Fogarty added two goals and an assist each.

-Anna Comer won eight draw controls, while Strand fought off the opposition for six draws and scooped up four ground balls.

-Fogarty and Logan Bulls each collected six ground balls.

-Amanda Jenkins (3-0) saved four shots in the first half.

NORTH CENTRAL KEY STATISTICS
-Jessica Deetjen posted three goals and draw controls each.

UP NEXT
No rest for the weary for Sewanee, as they host Stevens Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m.

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