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NCAC Weekly Release (3-20-17) - Women's Lacrosse

Hiram Senior Autumn Osgood
Hiram Senior Autumn Osgood

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Hiram has posted its best start in school history after defeating Wilmington, 19-8, last week. The Terriers were led by senior Autumn Osgood (Hyde Park, VT/Lamoille Union) after she became the first in program history to reach 100 career goals. Action continues this week with three conference games scheduled on Saturday as Wittenberg (0-0, 5-2) visits DePauw (0-0, 2-1), Oberlin (0-0, 5-0) travels to Wooster (0-0, 4-1) and Ohio Wesleyan (0-0, 2-3) hosts Hiram (0-0, 2-1).

ALLEGHENY was idle last week.

DENISON closed out their spring trip to Florida with a win over RPI, 13-8 and a loss to Rowan, 16-7. Leah Israel (Bloomfield Hills, MI/Cranbrook Kingswood) scored five goals while adding three draw controls and two caused turnovers. Reid Hirschey (Edina, MN/Edina) followed with three goals and two assists. Denison is 4-2.

DEPAUW is 2-1 on the season after splitting a pair of game last week. Nicole Gibson (Cincinnati, OH/Indian Hill) led the Tigers with nine total points (4 goals and team-high five assists) while Emma Flynn (Indianapolis, IN/Cathedral) was the leader with seven goals and she also added one assist.

HIRAM picked up a victory in its lone matchup of the week, 19-8, against Wilmington. Senior Autumn Osgood (Hyde Park, VT/Lamoille Union) became the first player in Hiram history to reach 100 career goals. She also finished with eight draw controls, six ground balls and a pair of caused turnovers. With the win, the Terriers have now posted their best start in program history.

KENYON returned from Florida with two games last week defeating Otterbein, 8-7, but falling to John Carroll, 14-7. Kenyon has a 2-3 record to start the year and plays Hendrix and Ohio Northern this week.

OBERLIN remained unbeaten after defeating Greensboro and Guilford during a spring break swing to North Carolina last week. Natalie Rauchle (Edina, MN/Edina) led the Yeowomen to an 18-6 victory over Greensboro with seven goals on 11 shots. In the final spring break tussle on Sunday afternoon, Rauchle and Maggie Mullard (Boxford, MA/Phillips Exeter Academy) led the Oberlin effort with four goals each.

OHIO WESLEYAN dropped a pair of non-conference contests last week, falling to Smith and Rochester Institute. The Bishops were led on the week by freshman midfielder Sloane Baumgartner (Naperville, IL/St. Francis) with three goals and two assists.

WITTENBERG split a pair of games last week. The Tigers lost to Mount Union before bouncing back to defeat Thomas More on Sunday. Senior Becca Joseph (Toledo, OH/St. Ursula) scored six goals and added nine assists for 15 total points in the two contests.

WOOSTER won the last two games of its Florida trip, including a 17-11 victory over 2016 Div. III Championships participant Calvin on Saturday. Sophomore Laura Papp (Ada, MI/Forest Hills Northern) scored 10 goals as part of a 14-point week.