NORTH CANTON, Ohio – Playing on the second leg of a back-to-back, the Walsh Cavaliers women's lacrosse team scored 21 goals for the second straight night in a 21-4 win over West Virginia Wesleyan on Friday (March 15) night at Vasco Field.
Twelve different players scored as Walsh scored 14 goals in the first half.
Nine different players combined for goals in the first thirty minutes as Walsh scored six straight goals twice in the period. Hannah McFeeters had three goals in the first half. Lindsay Hindman, Becky Parker and Kendra Cowen-Tripp each scored two goals with Cowen-Tripp scoring on free position shots. Ellen Lawrence scored one goal and helped on three other goals with a four-point first half. Grace Andreski and Emily Atwood each had an unassisted goal while Sam Paulson and Skylar Crandell converted free-position shots for goals.
Walsh started the second half with six consecutive goals spanning nearly 24 minutes of the second half and finished with seven in the half. Lawrence, Hindman, Crandell and Andreski scored goals, earning a multi-goal game. Alyssa Tomkins, Jenny Spragg and Grace Kolonick all scored individual goals in the half while Parker, Dankowski and McFeeters all had assists.
McFeeters and Hindman each had three goals, one assist and five draw controls in the game. Lawrence had five points for the second straight night with two goals, three assists and four groundballs. Andreski, Parker, Cowen-Tripp and Crandell each had two goals in the contest. Halle Kotulock had three groundballs and three caused turnovers. Dankowski had four groundballs and two caused turnovers.
Mikaela Faus made two saves and had three groundballs in 44 minutes in the goal.
The Cavaliers will continue the homestand with a 5:00 PM home game on Tuesday (March 19) at Vasco Field against Lawrence Tech.