Clinton, S.C. – The Presbyterian College Blue Hose hosts the No. 20 ranked High Point Panthers on Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 p.m. The game can be seen live on the Big South Network.

Game Setup

Who: Presbyterian (2-11, 0-3 Big South) vs No. 20 High Point (10-2, 3-0 Big South)

When: Wednesday, April 11 – 4:00 p.m.

Where: Clinton, S.C. – Bailey Memorial Stadium

Watch: Big South Network


Social Media: @PCWomensLax


Campbell defeated the Blue Hose, 21-7, on Saturday afternoon. PC was within four, 10-6, at intermission before the Camels outscored the Blue Hose, 11-1, in the second half.

Presbyterian averages 6.8 goals per contest this season while grabbing 14.6 ground balls, collecting 9.9 draw controls and forcing 5.2 turnovers per game.

Kelly Hyman leads the team in goals with 17 and total points with 22 while being tied for second in assists with five. Ana Boothe also has five assists this season.

Lauren Schaaf is first on the team in assists with 12 and a close second in points with 21. Schaaf ranks sixth in PC women’s lacrosse history in total points with 104, two points away from tying Jenna Handshoe for fifth with 106. Her 79 goals are fifth and 25 assists is tied-eighth.

Kayla Koch has started 10 of the 13 games in goal while playing 451:01 minutes. She has 88 saves and a .368 save percentage this season. Her 224 career saves already rank fourth in PC women’s lacrosse history.

Koch also leads the way with 30 ground balls while Megan Dreyer leads the team in draw controls with 28 and Claire Frase has the most caused turnovers with 10.

The High Point Panthers come into this game with a 10-2 overall record and are fresh off a 16-12 win over the No. 19 ranked Duke Blue Devils on Monday night. High Point has won nine games in a row overall and its only losses this season are vs No. 7 North Carolina and No. 6 James Madison.

The Panthers average 15.8 goals per game this season while allowing just 9.3 goals per contest. They also average 17.4 ground balls, 12.8 draw controls and 13.3 caused turnovers per game this season.

Abby Hormes leads High Point with 37 goals scored this season while Brooke Stevens leads the way with 29 assists. Stevens and Erica Perrotta are tied for the team lead in points with 50. Stevens has 50 points via 21 goals and 29 assists while Perrotta has her 50 points via 32 goals and 18 assists.

Jill Rall is the leader in goal for HPU with 559:01 minutes played, she has 66 saves for a .423 save percentage.

Perrotta leads the Panthers with 26 ground balls and 30 caused turnovers. She is also tied for second in draw controls with 31. Ashley Britton also has 31 and Samantha Herman leads the team with 34.