Clinton, S.C. – No. 20 High Point scored five goals in the first three minutes as it went on to win 19-1 on Wednesday afternoon at Bailey Memorial Stadium in Clinton, S.C. Kelly Hyman scored the Blue Hose’s goal as she was assisted by Sarah Marshall.
Stat of the Game
High Point had a 37-6 advantage in shots and 26-4 advantage in shots on goal.
High Point scored two goals in the first minute on free position shots and would add three more goals over the next two minutes as it climbed out to a 5-0 lead with 27:06 to play in the opening half. The Blue Hose picked up the defense as it took nearly 10 minutes for the Panthers to score their next five goals. Presbyterian picked up its first shot of the game in the final minute of the opening half on a free position shot by Hyman.
PC held High Point to just four goals in the second half and with 15:58 to play in the game Marshall found Hyman who found the back of the net for the Blue Hose’s goal. That made it 16-1. HPU went on to add three more goals in the remaining 15 minutes.
For the Record
The Blue Hose move to 2-12 and 0-4 in the Big South while No. 20 High Point moves to 11-2 and 4-0 in conference play.
PC caused seven of High Point’s 14 turnovers.
The seven turnovers tied for the second most caused turnovers in a game this season.
Kayla Koch had a game high six ground balls and six saves.
The Blue Hose travel to Farmville, Va. on Saturday for their Big South matchup versus Longwood at 1:00 p.m.