Goucher Women's Lacrosse Travels To Wesley On Wednesday Night

Goucher Women's Lacrosse Travels To Wesley On Wednesday Night

 

GAME DAY INFORMATION
 
  • Goucher College (5-2) at Wesley College (5-1)
  • Wednesday, March 20, 2019
  • 7 p.m. 
  • Drass Field at Scott D. Miller Stadium/Dover, Del.
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LAST TIME OUT
 
  • Shannon Stull came into the game needing one point to reach 100 for her career. She wasted little time in reaching the mark after she scored 40 seconds into the match and finished the game with six goals to lead Goucher College past Gwynedd Mercy University 26-14 On on Saturday. Stull also had a career-high nine draw controls along with four ground balls and three caused turnovers
  • For the second-straight game, Julia Gazzola had a career day for Goucher. The freshman posted four goals and one assist in a 17-12 win against Bryn Mawr on Thursday before establishing a career-high six goals and two assists for eight points on Saturday. In addition, she grabbed a career-high 12 draw controls along with two ground balls and two caused turnovers. 
  • Camryn Agostino added a career-high three goals and four assists for seven points while Jordan Tice recorded a tally and four helpers for a career-high five points on the afternoon.
  • Alex DiGiovanni and Alyssa Long also recorded hat tricks while Long finished with four points after handing out an assist in the winning effort.
  • Mackenzie Nase added four ground balls and two caused turnovers. Abbie McHerron made six saves in 41 minutes while Gillian Sickler turned away two shots in the final 19 minutes.
ABOUT WESLEY
 
  • The Wolverines are 5-1 this season after going 6-9 last year.
  • Wesley is 3-1 at home this year. The squad was 2-5 at home in 2018.
  • In their last contest, the Wolverines defeated Wells 19-18 on Sunday.
  • Fallon Fore leads the team with 27 goals and 10 assists for 37 points. Emily Magness fuels the defense with 18 caused turnovers and 20 ground balls while Maria Rowland has 35 saves, a 9.00 goals against average and a .393 save percentage.
  • Head coach Jillian Lontz is in her third season at Wesley.
FIVE FACTS
 
  • Shannon Stull became the first Gopher player to reach the 100-point mark since Erin Reifsnyder accomplished the feat in the 2013 season. She is the ninth player to eclipse 100 career points since 2006.  After reaching the 100-point plateau, the junior set her sights on 100 career goals and will go into the game at Wesley on Wednesday needing four tallies to join that club. The junior leads the Landmark Conference in goals (32) and points (41).
  • Julia Gazzola's two assists matched a career high she has recorded three times this season. The freshman now has four hat tricks this season. Gazzola, who has posted double digits in draw controls three times this season, leads the team with 54 draw controls while ranking second to Stull with 20 goals and nine assists for 29 points.
  • After scoring two goals in a match seven times in her career, Camryn Agostino broke through with her first collegiate hat trick while posting her second career multiple assist game.
  • Jordan Tice came into her senior year with two career assists. The senior now has three goals and nine assists in her career and has registered a goal and six assists in her last two games with four of those assists resulting in tallies for Gazzola.
  • Goucher is 5-2 for the first time since the 2015 season. Wesley was the season opener in 2015 and marked the last time the two teams played.
UPCOMING SCHEDULE
 
  • Goucher returns to action and starts Landmark Conference action on Saturday at home against Moravian. 
  • Match time is 1 p.m.

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