The North Coast women’s lacrosse season continued last week with seven of the nine teams in action. The week was highlighted by Wittenberg’s 18-7 victory over Randolph. The Tigers had seven different players score a goal and were led by sophomore Olivia Lash (Cleveland Heights, OH/Cleveland Heights) with four goals.
ALLEGHENY was idle last
DENISON suffered its first loss of 2014, 16-11, against Vassar in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Molly Chapman (Greenwich, CT/Millbrook School) scored two goals and added two assists in the loss. Chapman has scored 158 points in her career and is two points away from moving past Krissy Frost ’07 and into 10th place on DU’s career points leaderboard. The Big Red will close out its spring break trip on Wednesday against Colorado College.
DEPAUW was idle
last week. The Tigers return to action on Friday (3/21) against
Augustana before going to California for three games next week.
KENYON had a busy week, playing three games in six days. The Ladies first posted a 10-5 win at Pacific on Tuesday and then held on for an 18-14 win in their home opener against Thiel on Saturday. Sunday, the Ladies hit the road again only to suffer their first loss of the season, a 13-6 defeat at Mt. Union.
HIRAM dropped its record to 1-2 on the year after falling, 23-2, to Mount Union on Friday. Sophomores JoLyn Grover (Grand Blanc, MI/Grand Blanc) and Hannah Schaefer (Kent, OH/Roosevelt) each tallied a goal in the loss. Hiram returns to action Tuesday (3/18) for a 7:00 p.m.m game at Thiel.
OBERLIN improved to 3-0, with a pair of convincing wins last week, defeating Lourdes, 22-6, and Alma, 12-5. In the 16-goal victory over the Gray Wolves, 14 different Yeowomen scored at least one goal in the game. Against the Scots, first-year Sara Phister (Phoenix, AZ/Mountain Pointe) and junior Kate Hanick (Kennett Square, PA/Kennett) combined for seven goals.
OHIO WESLEYAN posted a 1-2 record in three games last week, dropping decisions to Stevenson and Centre while picking up a 15-6 victory over Beloit. In the win over Beloit, Patricia Ryan (Upper Arlington/Columbus School for Girls) led the Bishops with four goals and an assist, while Meghan Doherty (Hingham, MA/Hingham) finished with three goals and sophomore midfielder Taylor Weis (Sylvania, OH/Northview) had two.
WITTENBERG took an 18-7 victory from Randolph on the road during Spring Break, improving to 2-0 behind the breakout performance of sophomore transfer Olivia Lash (Cleveland Heights, OH/Cleveland Heights), who tallied a team best four goals and two assists, including the game winner, while three additional players each scored three goals with one assist.
WOOSTER was idle last week.