SEWANEE, Tenn. - The Sewanee women's lacrosse team, despite a 5-5 halftime score, only scored once in the final 30 minutes as the Ladies of Kenyon College won the contest 11-6, Friday afternoon from a rainy Puett Field.
INSIDE THE MATCHUP
Final Score: Kenyon (4-2) 11, Sewanee (6-2) 6
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-Trailing 3-1, the Ladies scored three straight goals to take their first lead of the game.
-Sewanee rallied with two goals in nearly a minute, but Kenyon evened the score with 54 seconds left in the first half as the teams went into the locker room with an even score at five goals apiece.
-With 22:08 left in the contest, Comer gave Sewanee the 6-5 advantage, but from there, the Lords scored six straight goals to seal the contest.
-Strand also won four draw controls, while Comer caused three turnovers.
-Brianna Young (3-2) saved seven shots in full time.
KENYON KEY STATISTICS
-Cassie Hudson-Heck led the Ladies with four goals.
-Brett Bearrows and Avery Morgan each forced five turnovers.
-Carina Barnes (4-2) saved seven shots in between the pipes.
Sewanee returns to action Monday with a contest against FDU-Florham.