Women's Lacrosse vs. Amherst

LANCASTER, Pa. -- Junior attacker Amy Craig (Denver, Colo./George Washington) and senior attacker Maddie Hoeg (Shoreham, N.Y./Shoreham-Wading River) scored four goals apiece to lead the 11th-ranked Amherst women’s lacrosse team to a 10-8 victory over sixth-ranked Washington and Lee in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday afternoon in Lancaster, Pa.

The Lord Jeffs (15-3) got on board first when Craig found the net unassisted at 26:52. The Generals answered back just 1:49 later when junior attacker Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) scored off an assist from senior attacker Laura Henson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) to knot the game at 1-1. W&L took its only lead of the game (3-2) at the 13:55 mark on a free-position goal by Henson, but Craig scored two-straight tallies to give Amherst the lead back (4-3) en route to a 6-4 advantage at the break.

Another Henson tally off a feed from senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) just 47 seconds into the second stanza pulled the Generals to within one goal (5-4), but a Hoeg goal at 25:43 gave the Lord Jeffs another two-goal lead (6-4). W&L sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) sliced the AC lead to 7-6 when she scored on a free-position shot at 24:47, but Amherst went on a three-goal run with under seven minutes remaining to push out to a 10-6 lead in posting the win.

W&L was led by Henson, who notched two goals and two assists. Robinson registered two goals, while Bender added one goal and dished out one assist. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played the entire contest and stopped five shots.

Sophomore midfielder Hannah Walker (Greenwich, Conn./Convent of the Sacred Heart) supplemented Craig and Hoeg’s efforts for Amherst by notching one goal and one assist. Senior goalkeeper Linda McEvoy (Rochester, N.Y./Brighton) played all 60:00 between the pipes and made four saves.

The loss ends Washington and Lee’s season at 17-3 overall. Amherst advances to the quarterfinals, where it will face host Franklin & Marshall on Sunday at 1:00 pm.

AGATE:
W&L GOALS:
Laura Henson 2, Kelsi Robinson 2, Christine Bender 1, Emily Mathews 1, Megan Slosson 1, Britten Mathews 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Laura Henson, Christine Bender, Colleen Evans 1.

AC GOALS:
Maddie Hoeg 4, Amy Craig 4, Hannah Walker 1, Kelly Trapp 1.

AC ASSISTS:
Mary Noonan 1, Hannah Walker 1.

GOALKEEPING:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 60:00, 10 GA, 5 saves
Linda McEvoy (AC): 60:00, 8 GA, 4 saves

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Roanoke

LEXINGTON, Va.—The top-seeded and sixth-ranked Washington and Lee women’s lacrosse team claimed its sixth-straight ODAC championship title with a 13-4 victory over second-seeded Roanoke on Sunday at Watt Field.

With the win, the Generals will receive an automatic bid to the 2008 NCAA Tournament and set a new program record for wins in a season (17), besting the previous record of 16 in 2006.

W&L (17-2) opened the first-half with seven-unanswered goals, including three tallies from freshman midfielder Emily Mathews (Baltimore, Md./Bryn Mawr), to take a 7-0 lead at 11:28. RC found the back of the net at 8:06 when sophomore midfielder Gina Valles (South Windsor, Conn./Westminster) scored on a free-position shot, but W&L senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) added a goal for an 8-1 advantage at the half.

The Generals began the second half scoring when junior attacker Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) found sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) at 24:31 to up the lead to 9-1. The Maroons then added two more markers, including one from freshman Meegan Rourke (Greenwich, Conn./Millbrook School) and another from sophomore midfielder Paige Mason (Orangeville, Canada/Orangeville), to cut W&L’s advantage to 9-3 at 17:27. However, the Generals scored four out of the last five goals of the game to ensure their 10th all-time ODAC title.

W&L was paced by Emily Mathews, who scored four goals. Bender tallied two goals and one assist, while junior attacker Katie Flippen (Norfolk, Va./Norfolk Academy) amassed two goals. Robinson registered one goal and dished out two assists. Senior Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played all 60:00 between the pipes and stopped 13 shots.

RC (10-8) was led by Mason, who notched two goals and one assist. Rourke and Valles added one goal apiece. Junior goalkeeper Katlyn Scarlett (Reisterstown, Md./St. Paul’s School for Girls) played the entire contest and made nine saves.

Washington and Lee will find out its first opponent for the 2008 NCAA Tournament on Sun., May 4.

RC GOALS:
Paige Mason 2; Gina Valles 1; Meegan Rourke 1

RC ASSISTS:
Paige Mason 1

W&L GOALS:
Emily Mathews 4; Christine Bender 2; Katie Flippen 2; Kelsi Robinson 1; Laura Henson 1; Britten Mathews 1; Colleen Evans 1; Megan Slosson 1

W&L ASSISTS:
Laura Henson 2; Kelsi Robinson 2; Christine Bender 1; Colleen Evans 1; Britten Mathews 1; Kat Michaels 1

GOALKEEPERS:
Katlyn Scarlett (RC): 60:00, 13 GA, 9 saves
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 60:00, 4 GA, 13 saves

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Randolph-Macon

LEXINGTON, Va. -- The sixth-ranked Washington and Lee women's lacrosse team closed the game with a four-goal spurt to post an 11-4 victory over fifth-seeded Randolph-Macon in the semifinals of the 2008 ODAC Tournament at Watt Field on Saturday afternoon.

Sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) scored two for the Generals first three goals to give W&L a 3-0 lead at 12:05 in the first half. Randolph-Macon got on the board when freshman attacker Erin Claire Cassidy (Potomac, Md./Holtom-Arms School) scored unassisted at 11:32. Each team found the back of the net twice as the Blue and White took a 5-3 edge into halftime.

The Generals (16-2) scored the first two goals of the second half, including a tally from Britten Mathews, to take a 7-3 lead at 10:35. The Yellow Jackets tightened the game to 7-4 off a goal from sophomore midfielder Logan Pomeroy (Catonsville, Md./Catonsville) at 8:54, but W&L used the aforementioned run to claim its eighth-straight appearance in the ODAC finals.

W&L was paced by Britten Mathews' four goals. Freshman midfielder Emily Mathews (Baltimore, Md./Bryn Mawr), senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) and junior attacker Katie Flippen (Norfolk, Va./Norfolk Academy) each posted a pair of goals. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played the duration for W&L, making six saves.

R-MC (6-10) was led by Pomeroy, who registered two goals. Senior goalkeeper Lindsay Schabert (Fredericksburg, Va./Stafford) played the entire contest and made 11 stops for the Yellow Jackets. 

In the second semifinal, Roanoke defeated Virginia Wesleyan, 15-11, in a contest that was delayed over four hours due to inclement weather. The game began at Watt Field at 3:00 pm, but was completed at the W&L Turf Field at 9:35 pm.

The Generals will take on Roanoke in a rematch of the 2007 ODAC Finals on Sunday at Watt Field.

W&L GOALS:
Britten Mathews 4; Emily Mathews 2; Christine Bender 2; Katie Flippen 2; Meredith Freeman 1

W&L ASSISTS:
Kelsi Robinson 1

R-MC GOALS:
Logan Pomeroy 2; Erin Claire Cassidy 1; Morgan Hutchinson 1

R-MC ASSISTS:
None

GOALKEEPING:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 60:00, 4 GA, 6 saves
Lindsay Schabert (R-MC): 60:00, 11 GA, 13 saves

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Women's Lacrosse vs. The College of New Jersey

COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. -- Second-ranked The College of New Jersey used a three-goal spurt in the second half to post a 12-8 victory over sixth-ranked Washington and Lee in women's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon at Ursinus College.

The Generals, who saw an 11-game winning streak come to an end, got on board first when senior midfielder Megan Slosson (Cockeysville, Md./Maryvale Prep) scored on a free-position shot at 21:45. However, TCNJ then went on a 4-0 run that included three goals from senior attacker Karen Doane and one from junior attacker Rachel Gordon, to take a 4-1 lead with 15:43 left in the first half.

The Lions pushed out to a 6-2 lead with 12:09 left, but W&L responded with four-straight goals, including a pair by senior attacker Laura Henson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster), to tie the game at 6-6 with 7:47 left in the half and the teams went into the break tied at 7-7.

TCNJ opened the second half with two-straight goals for a 9-7 lead with 20:55 left, but W&L struck again at 16:09 when senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) scored to cut it to 9-8. The Lions then notched the final three scores of the game to pull away for the four-goal victory.

W&L (15-2) was led by junior midfielder Kelsi Robinson, who notched two goals and two assists. Henson totaled two goals and one assist, while Bender added two goals. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played the entire 60 minutes and registered 12 saves.

TCNJ (11-1) was paced by Doane, who tallied five goals. Senior attacker Diane Haddeland added two goals, while freshman midfielder chipped in one goal and dished out one assist. Senior Caitlin Gregory played the entire contest between the pipes and stopped four shots.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Sat., Apr. 26 in the semifinals of the ODAC Tournament. The opponent, location and time are yet to be determined.

W&L GOALS:
Kelsi Robinson 2; Laura Henson 2; Christine Bender 2; Megan Slosson 1; Meredith Freeman 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Kelsi Robinson 2; Laura Henson 1.

TCNJ GOALS:
Karen Doane 5; Diane Haddeland 2; Leigh Mitchell 1; Alison Jaeger 1; Toni-Anne Cavallo 1; Rachel Gordon 1; Lisa Seldeen 1.

TCNJ ASSISTS:
Alison Jaeger 1; Leigh Mitchell 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 60:00, 12 saves, 12 GA
Caitlin Gregory (TCNJ): 60:00,4 saves, 8 GA

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Women's Lacrosse at Virginia Wesleyan

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- Freshman midfielder Emily Mathews (Baltimore, Md./Bryn Mawr) notched four goals to lead the sixth-ranked Washington and Lee women's lacrosse team to an 18-6 victory over Virginia Wesleyan on Friday afternoon at Foster Field.

Mathews scored the first two goals of the contest to take a 2-0 lead at 28:07 before VWC got on board at 24:24 (2-1) when senior midfielder Jillian Boyd scored unassisted. W&L answered back when senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) struck unassisted at 21:11 (3-1), but VWC's junior midfielder Aimee Sraver found the back of the net at 16:49 to cut it to a 3-2 game. The Generals used a three-goal spurt to take a 6-2 lead at 13:59, but junior attacker Bethany Adomanis found Boyd, who slipped one past senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) at 11:53 to make it a three-point game (6-3). W&L subsequently out-scored the Marlins 5-0 to take an 11-3 advantage at the break.

W&L (15-1, 8-0) began the second period with two goals, including one from senior midfielder Megan Slosson (Cockeysville, Md./Maryvale Prep) and Bender to take a 13-3 lead at 22:05. The Marlins retaliated at 20:55 (13-4) when Boyd scored unassisted, but could get no closer as the Generals cruised to the 12-goal victory.

Mathews' effort was supplemented by Slosson and sophomore midfielder Meredith Freeman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS), who both notched three goals. Senior attacker Laura Henson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) added two goals and dished out an assist. Tilbor and freshman Katharine Farrar (Lexington, Va./Episcopal) split time between the pipes and combined to stop seven shots.

VWC (11-5, 6-2) was led by Boyd, who tallied three goals. Adomanis added one goal and one assist, while Sraver and sophomore attacker Laura Norris each chipped in one goal apiece. Junior goalkeeper Ashley Sippel played the entire 60:00 and stopped nine shots.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday when they take on second-ranked The College of New Jersey at 4:00 pm. The game will be played at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa.

W&L GOALS:
Emily Mathews 4, Megan Slosson 3, Meredith Freeman 3, Laura Henson 2, Christine Bender 2, Britten Mathews 2, Katie Flippen 1, Kelsi Robinson 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Kelsi Robinson 1, Laura Henson 1, Ellie Van Sant 1.

VWC GOALS: Jillian Boyd 3, Aimee Sraver 1, Laura Norris 1, Bethany Adomanis 1.

VWC GOALS:  Jillian Boyd 3, Bethany Adomanis 1, Laura Norris 1, Aimee Sraver 1.

VWC ASSISTS:
Kasey Marchwiki 1, Bethany Adomanis 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 53:46, 7 saves, 5 GA
Katharine Farrar (W&L): 6:14, 0 saves, 1 GA
Ashley Sippel (VWC): 60:00, 9 saves, 18 GA

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Lynchburg

LEXINGTON, Va.— Junior attacker Katie Flippen (Norfolk, Va./Norfolk Academy) notched three goals and junior midfielder Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge County) dished out four assists to lead the sixth-ranked Washington and Lee women’s lacrosse team to a 14-1 victory over Lynchburg on Tuesday afternoon at Watt Field.

The Generals (14-1, 7-0) opened the contest with 10 unanswered goals from six different players en route to a 10-0 halftime lead as they cruised to the 13-goal victory.

Flippen and Evans’ efforts were supplemented by senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown), who tallied two goals. Junior attacker Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) added one goal and three assists, while sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) chipped in one goal and two assists. Senior Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) and freshman Katharine Farrar (Lexington, Va./Episcopal) shared time in goal and combined to stop 10 shots.

The Hornets (7-8, 2-5) were led by sophomore midfielder Katie Ollice (West Chester, Pa./West Chester), who registered LC’s lone goal. Freshman Emma Lippert (Devon, Pa./Conestoga) and freshman Ashley Stern (Kings Park, N.Y./Kings Park) split time between the pipes and combined to register four saves.

 Washington and Lee returns to ODAC-action on Friday as it travels to Virginia Wesleyan for a 3:00 pm game.

LC GOALS:
Kathryn Ollice 1.

LC ASSISTS:
None.

W&L GOALS:
Katie Flippen 3; Christine Bender 2; Emily Mathews 2; Laura Henson 2; Kelsi Robinson 1; Britten Mathews 1; Megan Slosson 1; Meredith Freeman 1; Kate Donnelly 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Colleen Evans 4; Kelsi Robinson 3; Britten Mathews 2.

GOALKEEPING:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 30:00, 0 GA, 5 saves
Katharine Farrar (W&L): 30:00 1 GA, 5 saves
Emma Lippert (LC): 30:00, 10 GA, 2 saves
Ashley Stern (LC): 30:00, 4 GA, 2 saves

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Guilford

LEXINGTON, Va.— Junior attacker Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge County) notched a career-high five goals and one assist to lead the sixth-ranked Washington and Lee women’s lacrosse team to a 16-6 victory over Guilford on Saturday afternoon at Watt Field.

The Generals (13-1, 6-0) tallied the first three goals of the game to take a 3-0 lead at 23:03 before Guilford got on board at 21:49 (3-1) when senior attacker Caryn Washington (Baltimore, Md./Park) scored unassisted. W&L then used a four-goal spurt, including a pair of scores from Evans to take a 7-1 advantage at 13:48. However, the Quakers answered back with two tallies, one from sophomore midfielder Carrie Ernst (Randolph, N.J./Randolph) and another from Washington to cut it to a 7-3 game at 6:56. The Generals closed out the half with goals from Evans and senior attacker Laura Henson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminister) to take a 9-3 advantage at the break.

Both teams began the second half with two goals to make it an 11-5 game at 23:48 and the Generals out-scored the Quakers 5-1 the rest of the way to pull away for the 10-goal victory.

Evans scoring was supplemented by Henson, who notched three goals and two assists. Senior midfielder Megan Slosson (Cockeysville, Md./Maryvale Prep) chipped in three goals and sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) added one goal and two assists. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played the entire contest in between the pipes and stopped 11 shots.

Guilford (7-5, 3-2) was paced by senior attacker Jordan Clodfelter’s (Adamant, Vt./Union-32) two goals and two assists. Washington also chipped in two goals and sophomore goalkeeper Alyzza-May Callahan (Fairhaven, Mass./New Bedford) played all 60:00 and registered 15 saves.

The Generals return to ODAC-action on Tuesday as they host Lynchburg for a 4:00 pm game.

GC GOALS:
Jordan Clodfelter 2; Caryn Washington 2; Carrie Ernst 1; Shelly Nogueira 1.

GC ASSISTS:
Jordan Clodfelter 2; Carolyn Rodda 1.

W&L GOALS:
Colleen Evans 5; Laura Henson 3; Megan Slosson 2; Britten Mathews 1; Kelsi Robinson 1; Emily Mathews 1; Katie Flippen 1; Christine Bender 1; Ellie Van Sant 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Laura Henson 2; Britten Mathews 2; Colleen Evans 1; Kelsi Robinson 1.

GOALKEEPING:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 60:00, 11 saves, 6 GA
Alyzza-May Callahan (GC): 60:00 15 saves, 16 GA

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Sweet Briar

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Freshman midfielder Kate Donnelly (Houston, Texas/St. John's School) totaled a career-high four goals to lead the fifth-ranked Washington and Lee women's lacrosse team to a 20-4 win over Sweet Briar on Wednesday afternoon at Watt Field.

The Generals (12-1, 5-0) opened the contest with nine-unanswered goals from seven different players en route to a 16-2 halftime advantage as they cruised to the 16-goal victory. Donnelly’s career performance was supplemented by sophomore midfielder Meredith Freeman (St. Louis, Mo./MICDS), who had three goals. Senior attacker Laura Henson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) notched one goal and a game-high four assists. Sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) and freshman attacker Emily Mathews (Baltimore, Md./Bryn Mawr) each added two goals and one assist. Senior Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) and freshman Katharine Farrar (Lexington, Va./Episcopal) split time in between the pipes and combined to make two saves.

The Vixens (3-5, 0-4) were led by freshman midfielder Stewart Hulfish (Alexandria, Va./Bishop Ireton), who tallied two goals and two assists, while junior midfielder Megan Behrle (Manassas, Va./Stonewall Jackson) and senior midfielder Ellie Donahue (Richmond, Va./Trinity Episcopal) had one goal apiece. Sophomore goalkeeper Lisa Weisbrich (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played the entire time in goal and stopped four shots.

Washington and Lee returns to competition on Sat., Apr. 12 as it hosts ODAC-foe Guilford for a 2:00 pm game.

SBC GOALS:
Stewart Hulfish 2; Ellie Donahue 1; Megan Behrle 1

SBC ASSISTS:
Stewart Hulfish 2

W&L GOALS:
Kate Donnelly 4; Meredith Freeman 3; Emily Mathews 2; Britten Mathews 2; Ellie Van Sant 2; Laura Henson 1; Colleen Evans 1; Courtney Fairbrother 1; Kelsi Robinson 1; Katie Flippen 1; Christine Bender 1; Caroline Helms 1

W&L ASSISTS:
Laura Henson 4; Colleen Evans 1; Courtney Fairbrother 1; Katie Flippen 1; Britten Mathews 1; Emily Mathews 1; Kelsi Robinson 1; Megan Slosson 1

GOALKEEPING:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 30:00, 2 GA, 2 saves
Katharine Farrar (W&L): 30:00, 2 GA, 0 saves
Lisa Weisbrich (SBC): 60:00, 20 GA, 4 saves  

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Women's Lacrosse at Randolph-Macon

ASHLAND, Va. -- Sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) notched three goals and two assists to lead the No. 8 Washington and Lee women's lacrosse team to a 13-7 victory over Randolph-Macon on Sunday afternoon.

The Generals (11-1, 4-0) struck just 1:48 into the contest when Mathews found senior attacker Laura Henson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster), who slipped one past R-MC senior goalkeeper Lindsay Schabert. The Yellow Jackets answered back with two tallies from junior midfielder Morgan Hutchinson and sophomore attacker Emily Kent, but W&L used a 4-0 run to push out a 6-4 lead going into the half.

Both teams began the second period with two goals and R-MC sliced it to a two-goal game (8-6) at 23:36, but W&L used a three-goal spurt to take an 11-6 lead at 15:39 en route to the victory.

Mathews' effort was supplemented by senior midfielder Megan Slosson's (Cockeysville, Md./Maryvale Prep) three goals and junior midfielder Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge County), who tallied two goals and one assist. Senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) also chipped in two goals. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played the entire contest and stopped nine shots.

R-MC (3-6, 3-1) was led by senior midfielder Lacy Phelps' two goals, while freshman attacker Erin Claire Cassidy notched one goal and dished out two assists. Senior midfielder Alex Wright also chipped in one goal and one assist. Schabert played 60:00 minutes in between the pipes and registered nine saves.

Washington and Lee returns to ODAC-action on Wednesday as it hosts Sweet Briar for a 4:30 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Britten Mathews 3, Megan Slosson 3, Christine Bender 3, Colleen Evans 2, Laura Henson 1, Emily Mathews 1

W&L ASSISTS:
Britten Mathews 2, Laura Henson 1, Colleen Evans 1

RMC GOALS:
Lacy Phelps 2, Erin Claire Cassidy 1, Alex Wright 1, Emily Kent 1, Morgan Hutchinson 1, Laura Fox 1

RMC ASSISTS:
Erin Claire Cassidy 2, Marie Parry 1, Alex Wright 1

GOALKEEPERS:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 60:00, 9 saves, 7 GA
Lindsay Schabert (R-MC): 60:00, 9 saves, 13 GA

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Catholic

LEXINGTON, Va.—The eighth-ranked Washington and Lee women’s lacrosse team used a four-goal spurt in the second period to pull away for a 17-11 victory over Catholic on Thursday afternoon at Watt Field.

W&L got on board just 10 seconds into the game as junior attacker Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) assisted on a goal from junior midfielder Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge County). However, CUA answered back at the 25:04 mark on a goal by sophomore midfielder Kate Robinson (Emmitsburg, Md./Catoctin) off an assist from senior midfielder Marcy Cuneo (Haddonfield, N.J./Camden Catholic). The first half featured two additional ties and neither team led by more than two goals as the Generals carried a 7-5 lead into the half.

Each team began the second stanza with a goal before the Blue and White used a three-goal run for an 11-6 lead at 26:08. The Cardinals scored three of the game’s next four goals, including a pair by Cuneo, to slice it to a three-goal game (12-9) at the 14:38 mark. However, W&L used the aforementioned run to push out a 16-9 lead with 8:47 remaining in posting the six-goal win.

W&L (10-1) was led by Robinson’s three goals and five assists. Sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) tallied four goals, while Evans notched three goals and dished out one assist. Senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) also added three goals. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played the entire game between the pipes and registered 10 saves.

Catholic (5-4) was paced by Cuneo, who notched four goals and two assists and Robinson, who registered four goals and chipped in one assist. Sophomore goalkeeper Melissa Brashear (Pittsburgh, Pa./Oakland Catholic) played 60:00 minutes and stopped four shots.

Washington and Lee returns to competition on Sunday as it travels to ODAC-foe Randolph-Macon for a 3:00 pm game.

CUA GOALS:
Marcy Cuneo 4; Kate Robinson 4; Katie Bitonti 1; Becky Borrell 1; Lindsay Davenport 1.

CUA ASSISTS:
Marcy Cuneo 2; Jackie Lodge 1; Kate Robinson 1; Caroline Taltavull 1.

W&L GOALS:
Britten Mathews 4; Kelsi Robinson 3; Colleen Evans 3; Christine Bender 3; Megan Slosson 2; Katie Flippen 1; Meredith Freeman 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Kelsi Robinson 5; Laura Henson 3; Colleen Evans 1; Emily Mathews 1; Kat Michaels 1.

GOALKEEPING:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 60:00, 11 GA, 10 saves
Melissa Brashear (CUA): 60:00, 17 GA, 4 saves

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Middlebury

LEXINGTON, Va.— Senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) amassed a career-high five goals to lead No. 8 Washington and Lee to a 14-8 victory over No. 3 Middlebury in women’s lacrosse on Tuesday afternoon at Watt Field.

The Panthers struck early in the first half scoring the first two goals before the Generals answered back with two of their own to tie the contest, 2-2, at 22:19. Middlebury’s freshman attacker Chase Delano (Greenwich, Conn./Vanderbilt Univ) slipped one passed senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn.Simsbury) at 11:24 to put them back on top, but W&L added two more markers, taking a 4-3 lead into the break.

W&L (9-1) began the second period with four-straight scores, capped off by a free-position goal from senior defender Kat Michaels (Virginia Beach, Va./Norfolk Academy) at 22:44 to give W&L an 8-3 edge. Delano tallied two of the Panthers' ensuing three goals, tightening the contest to 9-6 with 15:33. Yet, Middlebury could not get any closer as the Generals picked up their first-ever victory over the Panthers.

Bender’s scoring was supplemented by sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate), who had three goals and two assists, while junior midfielder Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge) tallied three goals. Junior attacker Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) also notched one goal and dished out two assists. Tilbor denied 13 would-be goals in goal for W&L.

Middlebury (3-1) was paced by Delano, who had four goals, while sophomore attacker Dana Heritage (Cheshire, Conn./Hotchkiss) notched two goals. Senior attacker Amanda Smith (Greenwich, Conn./Greenwich) also chipped in two assists. Junior goalkeeper Blair Bowie (Washington, D.C./National Cathedral) played the majority of the contest in goal, tallying five saves and allowing 12 goals.

Washington and Lee returns to competition on Thursday as it hosts Catholic for a 4:00 pm game.

MIDDLEBURY GOALS: Chase Delano 4; Dana Heritage 2; Katherine Entwisle1; Sally Ryan 1.

MIDDLEBURY ASSISTS: Amanda Smith 2.

W&L GOALS: Christine Bender 5; Britten Mathews 3; Colleen Evans 3; Kelsi Robinson 1; Kat Michaels 1; Katie Flippen 1.

W&L ASSISTS: Britten Mathews 2; Kelsi Robinson 2; Laura Henson 1.

GOALKEEPING:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 60:00, 8 GA, 13 saves
Blair Bowie (MC): 48:38, 12 GA, 5 saves
Whitney Wildrick (MC): 11:22, 2 GA, 2 saves

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Women's Lacrosse vs. McDaniel

LEXINGTON, Va.— Junior midfielder Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge County) tallied four goals and two assists to lead the eighth-ranked Washington and Lee women’s lacrosse team to an 18-5 victory over No. 19 McDaniel on Saturday afternoon at Watt Field.

Evans scored three goals in the opening 10:14 of the game as the Generals pushed out to a 10-1 lead. McDaniel responded as sophomore attacker Brittany Baer (Westminster, Md./Westminster) notched two unassisted goals to make it 10-3 at the 5:44 mark, but the Generals added two more tallies for a 12-3 edge at the half.

The Generals (8-1) struck first in the second period, including back-to-back goals from senior midfielder Megan Slosson (Cockesville, Md./Maryvale Prep) early in the half. Junior attacker Erinn Hopkins (Monrovia, Md./Urbana) then found the back of the net at 21:12 to make it a 15-4 game, but the Green Terror could get no closer.

Evans’ scoring was supplemented by Slosson’s two goals and two assists. Freshman midfielder Emily Mathews (Charlottesville, Va./St.Anne’s-Belfield) tallied three goals and one assist, while sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) and junior attacker Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) added two goals and one assist each. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played the entire contest between the pipes and registered 11 saves.

McDaniel (4-2) was led by Hopkins and sophomore attacker Brittany Baer, who had two goals apiece. Sophomore midfielder Stephanie Serbun (Abington, Pa./Abington) chipped in one goal. Senior Sarah White (Lincoln, Del./Cape Henlopen) and sophomore Leanne Hollinger (Westminster, Md./Winters Park) split time in the goal and combined to stop four shots.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Tuesday as it hosts No. 4 Middlebury for a 4:00 pm game.

McD GOALS: Brittany Baer 2; Erinn Hopkins 2; Stephanie Serbun 1.

W&L GOALS: Colleen Evans 4; Emily Mathews 3; Megan Slosson 2; Britten Mathews 2; Kelsi Robinson 2; Laura Henson 2; Katie Flippen 1; Courtney Fairbrother 1; Christine Bender 1.

W&L ASSISTS: Colleen Evans 2; Kat Michaels 2; Megan Slosson 2; Britten Mathews 1;Emily Mathews 1; Kelsi Robinson 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 60:00, 5 GA, 11 saves
Sarah White (McD): 24:16, 10 GA, 2 saves
Leanne Hollinger (McD): 35:44, 8 GA, 2 saves

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Roanoke

LEXINGTON, Va. – Freshman midfielder Emily Mathews (Baltimore, Md./Bryn Mawr) tallied five goals to help lead the eighth-ranked Washington and Lee women’s lacrosse team to a 14-9 win over Roanoke College on Thursday evening at the W&L Turf Field.

Mathews scored four goals in the opening 21:35 of the game as the Generals (7-1, 3-0) raced out to a 7-1 lead with 8:25 left in the first period. Roanoke sophomore attacker Brooks Laufman (Annapolis, Md./Severn) scored unassisted at the 7:43 mark to make it 7-2, but the Generals added two more before the break and held a 9-3 lead at the half.

The Maroons (3-5, 1-2) scored three of the first four goals of the second half, including a pair by sophomore midfielder Gina Valles (South Windsor, Conn./Westminster), to make it a 10-6 game with 16:03 remaining. However, Roanoke could get no closer the rest of the way as the Generals hung on for the five-goal victory.

Junior midfielder Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge County) supplemented Mathews’ effort with three goals and one assist, while sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) posted two goals and two assists. Junior attacker Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) added a pair of goals. Senior Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played all 60 minutes in goal and totaled 10 saves.

Valles paced the Roanoke offense with five goals, while Laufman chipped in a pair of scores. Junior Katlyn Scarlett (Reisterstown, Md./St. Paul’s School for Girls) played the duration between the pipes, making six saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it hosts 19th-ranked McDaniel for a 1:00 pm game.

W&L GOALS:
Emily Mathews 5; Colleen Evans 3; Britten Mathews 2; Kelsi Robinson 2; Megan Slosson 1; Laura Henson 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Britten Mathews 2; Colleen Evans 1.

ROANOKE GOALS:
Gina Valles 5; Brooks Laufman 2; Paige Mason 1; Sunni Ray 1.

ROANOKE ASSISTS:
Amanda Hutchins 1; Cristen Sanfilippo 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L) – 60:00, 9 GA, 10 Saves
Katlyn Scarlett (RC) – 60:00, 14 GA, 6 Saves

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Mary Washington

LEXINGTON, Va.— The seventh-ranked Washington and Lee women’s lacrosse team used a five-goal spurt over an 11-minute stretch of the second half to give the Generals a 12-9 victory over No. 13 Mary Washington on Saturday afternoon at Watt Field.

W&L took a quick 2-0 lead in the opening 3:20 by goals from freshman midfielder Emily Mathews (Baltimore, Md./Bryn Mawr) and junior attacker Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge County). UMW responded with two goals over the next 8:18 to knot the score, 4-4. Freshman midfielder Wilton Megargel (Charlottesville, Va./St. Anne’s-Belfield) then tallied the first score of a three-goal run to give the Generals a 5-2 lead at 5:03. Goals from three different Eagles, including one from senior attacker Caitlin Erickson (Cypress, Texas/Cy-Fair) with two seconds left, would tie the contest, 5-5, at the half.

The Blue and White opened the scoring in the second half with two-unanswered goals to take a 7-5 edge, but Mary Washington retaliated with three of its own to assume its first lead of the day (8-7) at 22:42. However, W&L then used the aforementioned five-goal spurt en route to the triumph.

Washington and Lee (6-1) was led by Evans’ three goals and one assist, while senior attacker Laura Henson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) notched two goals and two assists. Senior midfielder Megan Slosson (Cockeysville, Md./Maryvale Prep) and Megargel also added two goals apiece. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./West Simsbury) played the entire contest in between the pipes and registered six saves.

Erickson paced the Eagles (4-3) with four goals and two assists, while freshman midfielder Katie Wallis (Cypress, Texas/Cy-Creek) tallied two goals. Senior goalkeeper Meredith Deitrick (Mountain Lakes, N.J./Mountain Lakes) played all 60:00 minutes and stopped five shots.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Wednesday as it hosts ODAC-foe Roanoke for a 6:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS: Colleen Evans 3; Laura Henson 2; Megan Slosson 2; Wilton Megargel 2; Kelsi Robinson 1; Christine Bender 1; Emily Mathews 1.

W&L ASSISTS: Laura Henson 2; Britten Mathews 2; Kelsi Robinson 2; Colleen Evans 1.

UMW GOALS: Caitlin Erickson 4; Katie Wallis 2; Sarah Finney 1; Emily Talbot 1; Amie Bruce 1.

UMW ASSISTS: Caitlin Erickson 2; Sarah Finney 1, Amie Bruce 1.

GOALKEEPING: Sarah Tilbor (W&L): 60:00, 6 saves, 8 GA Meredith Deitrick (UMW): 60:00, 5 saves, 12 GA

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Women's Lacrosse at Bridgewater

BRIDGEWATER, Va. -- Sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) notched six goals and two assists to lead the No. 7 Washington and Lee women's lacrosse team to a 20-3 victory over Bridgewater on Wednesday afternoon at Mapp Field.

Mathews scored four goals in the opening 19:59 of the game as W&L opened up a 12-1 halftime lead. Six other Generals added to the scoring column as the Blue and White cruised to the 17-goal victory.

Mathews' performance was supplemented by junior midfielder Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./West Chester) and senior attacker Laura Henson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster), who notched three goals apiece. Henson also chipped in two assists. Junior attacker Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbrige) and freshman midfielder Wilton Megargel (Charlottesville, Va./St. Anne's-Belfield) registered two goals each. Senior Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) and freshman Katharine Farrar (Lexington, Va./Episcopal) split time in goal. Tilbor stopped four shots.

BC (2-3, 0-3) had three different players notch goals on the afternoon. Junior attacker Lindsay Snyder, freshman midfielder Leslie Crawford and senior midfielder Sarah Wade each registered a goal.

Washington and Lee (5-1, 2-0) returns to action on Saturday as it hosts No. 13 Mary Washington at 1:00 pm.

W&L GOALS: Britten Mathews 6, Kelsi Robinson 3, Laura Henson 3, Colleen Evans 2, Wilton Megargel 2, Christine Bender 1, Emily Mathews 1, Meredith Freeman 1, Caroline Helms 1

W&L ASSISTS: Britten Mathews 2, Laura Henson 2, Kate Speare 1

BC GOALS: Lindsay Snyder 1, Leslie Crawford 1, Sarah Wade 1

GOALKEEPERS: Sarah Tilbor (W&L), 33:00, 4 saves, 1 GA
Katharine Farrar (W&L), 27:00, 0 saves, 2 GA
Colleen Schwind (BC), 60:00, 5 saves, 20 GA

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Women's Lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall

LANCASTER, Pa. -- Top-ranked Franklin & Marshall jumped out to a 6-1 halftime lead and held on for a 7-4 win over ninth-ranked Washington and Lee in women's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon in Lancaster, Pa.

Sarah Meisenberg jump-started a five-goal run to start the game for F&M as she found the net twice in the opening 10:33 of the game. The Generals got on the board at the 10:19 mark of the first half as junior attacker Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) scored off an assist from freshman midfielder Emily Mathews (Baltimore, Md./Bryn Mawr), but the Diplomats (2-0) added a goal from Shannon Summers at 8:13 for a 6-1 lead at the break.

The Generals (4-1) opened the second half with three-straight goals to cut it to a 6-4 game with 14:05 remaining, but could get no closer as Ashley Bevington scored unassisted for F&M at 7:29 to provide the final margin.

Washington and Lee was led by Robinson's one goal and one assist, while senior Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played the entire contest in goal and stopped six shots.

Meisenberg and Bevington led the Diplomats with two goals apiece, while Shannon Summers recorded one goal and one assist. Goalkeeper Lidia Sanza played 60:00 and recorded seven saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Wednesday as it travels to ODAC-foe Roanoke for a 4:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS: Kelsi Robinson 1, Christine Bender 1, Laura Henson 1, Megan Slosson 1.
W&L ASSISTS: Britten Mathews 1, Kelsi Robinson 1, Emily Mathews 1.
F&M GOALS: Ashley Bevington 2, Sarah Meisenberg 2, Shannon Summers 1, Jen Pritchard 1, Mary Blake Hargest 1.
F&M ASSISTS: Shannon Summers 1.
GOALKEEPERS: Sarah Tilbor (W&L), 60:00, 6 saves, 7 GA Lidia Sanza (F&M), 60:00, 7 saves, 4 GA 

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Women's Lacrosse at Hollins

HOLLINS, Va. – The ninth-ranked Washington and Lee women’s lacrosse team jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the opening 8:06 of the game and never looked back in claiming a 17-1 victory over Hollins on Wednesday afternoon.

The Generals (4-0, 1-0) tallied 10 first-half scores, including three by sophomore attacker Meredith Freeman (St. Louis Mo./MICDS), en route to a 10-1 lead at the break.

Senior midfielder Megan Slosson (Cockeysville, Md./Maryvale Prep) added a pair of second half scores as W&L pulled away for the win.

Freshman midfielder Kate Donnelly (Houston, Texas/St. John’s) led the Generals’ offensive attack with three goals and two assists. Freeman and Slosson both posted three goals and one assist, while junior attacker Katie Flippen (Norfolk, Va./Norfolk Academy) notched two goals. Junior midfielder Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) chipped in a trio of assists. Senior Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) and freshman Katharine Farrar (Lexington, Va./Episcopal) each played 30 minutes in goal, with Farrar making one save.

Senior midfielder Pam Cruz scored the lone goal for Hollins (0-1, 0-1). Sophomore Tegan Urbanski played all 60 minutes in goal and stopped five shots.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it travels to top-ranked Franklin & Marshall for a 1:00 pm contest.

SCORING:
W&L GOALS:
Kate Donnelly 3, Meredith Freeman 3, Megan Slosson 3, Katie Flippen 2, Colleen Evans 1, Courtney Fairbrother 1, Caroline Helms 1, Emily Mathews 1, Wilton Megargel 1, Kate Speare 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Kelsi Robinson 3, Kate Donnelly 2, Colleen Evans 1, Meredith Freeman 1, Caroline Helms 1, Laura Henson 1, Kat Michaels 1, Megan Slosson 1, Kate Speare 1.

HOLLINS GOALS:
Pam Cruz 1.

HOLLINS ASSISTS:
None

GOALKEEPERS:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L) – 30:00, 1 GA, 0 Saves
Katharine Farrar (W&L) – 30:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Tegan Urbanski (HU) – 60:00, 17 GA, 5 Saves.

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Women's Lacrosse vs. Christopher Newport

LEXINGTON, Va.—The ninth-ranked Washington and Lee women’s lacrosse team started the second half with seven-straight goals in claiming a 13-6 victory over Christopher Newport in the home-opener on Sunday afternoon at Watt Field.

The Generals led 5-2 at the half before junior attacker Katie Flippen (Norfolk, Va./Norfolk Academy) began the second period barrage with an unassisted goal just 1:15 after intermission. That was followed by a pair of goals by senior midfielder Megan Slosson (Cockeysville, Md./Maryvale Prep), two more from freshman midfielder Wilton Megargel (Charlottesville, Va./St. Anne’s-Belfield) and single tallies from senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) and sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) for a 12-2 lead with 9:41 left.

The Captains (2-2) rallied with four-straight goals including a pair from freshman attacker Kaitlin Quigley (Round Hill, Va./Loudoun Valley) to make it a 12-6 game with 1:19 remaining in the contest, but could get no closer as the Generals improved to 3-0 on the season.

Washington and Lee was led by Bender’s three goals and two goals and one assist from junior midfielder Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge County). Slosson, Megargel and Flippen all notched two goals apiece, while junior attacker Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) tallied two assists. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played the entire contest and recorded 11 saves.

Christopher Newport was led by Quigley’s two goals, while freshman attacker Meghan Harkey (Purcellville, Va./Loudoun Valley) chipped in one goal and one assist. Sophomore goalkeeper Gayle Robinson (Reston, Va./South Lakes) and freshman Rachel Gillam (Easton, Md./Easton) both saw action between the pipes for the Captains combining to make six saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Tuesday at Hollins for a 4:00 pm game.

SCORING

CNU GOALS: Kaitlin Quigley 2; Meghan Harkey 1; Katie Doherty 1; Brooke Falcke 1; Kylene Jennings 1.
CNU ASSISTS: Natalie Gilbert 1; Meghan Harkey 1.

W&L GOALS: Christine Bender 3; Colleen Evans 2; Megan Slosson 2; Wilton Megargel 2; Katie Flippen 2; Britten Mathews 1; Courtney Fairbrother 1.

W&L ASSISTS: Kelsi Robinson 2; Colleen Evans 1; Laura Henson 1.

GOALKEEPERS: Sarah Tilbor (W&L)- 60:00, 11 saves, 6 GA Gayle Robinson (CNU) – 50:19, 6 saves, 12 GA Rachel Gillam (CNU) – 9:41, 0 saves, 1 GA

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Women's Lacrosse at St. Mary's (Md.)

ST. MARY’S CITY, Md. – The 12th-ranked Washington and Lee women’s lacrosse team recovered from a 5-2 halftime deficit to post an 8-7 victory at St. Mary’s (Md.) on Sunday afternoon.

The Generals (2-0) jumped out to a 2-1 lead in the opening 13:34 of the game on unassisted tallies by senior midfielder Megan Slosson (Cockeysville, Md./Maryvale Prep) and junior midfielder Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge County). However, the Seahawks scored the final four goals of the half, including three by junior midfielder Lauren Carrier, to assume a 5-2 lead at the break.

W&L climbed to within 5-4 on a free position goal by senior attacker Christine Bender (Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown) at 29:13 and a goal by Slosson off an assist from senior attacker Laura Henson (Atlanta, Ga./Westminster) at 24:11, but junior attacker Emily Norris found the net at 23:34 to give St. Mary’s a 6-4 advantage.

The Generals then assumed control by scoring four-straight goals over the next 12:30 to take an 8-6 lead with 11:04 left in the game. Slosson posted one goal and one assist during the stretch.

Slosson led the Blue and White with three goals and one assist, while Evans notched a pair of goals. Henson added two assists and senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) notched eight saves in goal.

St. Mary’s (1-1) was led by Carrier, who posted five goals. Norris chipped in one goal and one assist, while freshman Ella Schoming stopped 10 shots in goal.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Sunday as it hosts Christopher Newport for a 1:00 pm contest.

AGATE:
W&L GOALS:
Megan Slosson 3, Colleen Evans 2, Christine Bender 1, Katie Flippen 1, Wilton Megargel 1.

W&L ASSISTS:
Laura Henson 2, Britten Mathews 1, Megan Slosson 1.

SMCM GOALS:
Lauren Carrier 5, Kelsey Branch 1, Emily Norris 1.

SMCM ASSISTS:
Karisa Carroll 1, Emily Norris 1, Aubrey Mirkin 1.

GOALKEEPERS:
Sarah Tilbor (W&L) - 60:00, 7 GA, 8 Saves
Ella Schoming (SMCM) – 60:00, 8 GA, 10 Saves

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Women's Lacrosse at Sewanee

SEWANEE, Tenn. -- Nine players scored a goal as the 13th-ranked Washington and Lee women's lacrosse team opened its 2008 season with an 18-3 victory over Sewanee on Tuesday evening.

Five different Generals found the back of the net in the opening 14:49 of the game before Sewanee netted its first goal, one of three on the day scored by Carly Grimm. The Blue and White subsequently out-scored the Tigers 7-1 for a 12-2 advantage at the half in cruising to the 15-goal victory.

Washington and Lee (1-0) was led by sophomore attacker Britten Mathews (Richmond, Va./Collegiate), who notched three goals and two assists. Junior midfielder Colleen Evans (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge County) and junior attacker Kelsi Robinson (West Chester, Pa./Westtown) tallied three goals and one assist apiece, while freshman midfielder Wilton Megargel (Charlottesville, Va./St. Anne's-Belfield) totaled three goals. Senior goalkeeper Sarah Tilbor (West Simsbury, Conn./Simsbury) played all 60:00 in goal and stopped four shots.

Grimm led the Tigers (0-1) with her three goals, while Catherine Sanders chipped in a pair of assists. Goalkeeper Katie Gojkovich posted six saves for Sewanee.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it travels to St. Mary's of Maryland for a 1:00 pm contest.

W&L GOALS:
Britten Mathews 3, Colleen Evans 3, Wilton Megargel 3, Kelsi Robinson 3, Christine Bender 2, Emily Mathews 1, Katie Flippen 1, Laura Henson 1, Ellie Van Sant 1

W&L ASSISTS:
Britten Mathews 2, Colleen Evans 1, Meredith Freeman 1, Kelsi Robinson 1, Emily Mathews 1, Courtney Fairbrother 1

SEWANEE GOALS:
Carly Grimm 3

SEWANEE ASSISTS:
Catherine Sanders 2

GOALKEEPERS:
Sarah Tilbor, 60:00, 4 saves, 3 GA
Katie Gojkovich, 60:00, 6 saves, 18 GA