Clinton, S.C. – The Presbyterian College women’s lacrosse team dropped a 25-3 game to Radford on Wednesday at Bailey Memorial Stadium.
Scoring the Game
Radford’s Juliette Ruland scored an unassisted goal at 26:29 to give the visitors an early lead. Three consecutive goals from Callie Bonnel grew that lead to 4-0 at 21:37. The lead would reach eight goals with three different Highlanders recording goals.
Kelly Hyman scored her seventh of the season with an assist from Sarah Marshall at 12:29 to make it an 8-1 game. Sophie Krist scored her first of the year off another assist from Marshall to cut the lead to 8-2 at 8:23. Marshall then scored her team-leading 21st of the year at 4:31, assisted by Hyman, to make it an 8-3 game.
Radford tacked on two more goals before half to lead 10-3. The Highlanders used a 21-1 advantage in shots on goal in the second half to score 15 unanswered goals to win 25-3.
For the Record
Presbyterian College moves to 1-11 (0-2 Big South), while Radford improves to 3-7 (2-0 Big South).
Stats of the Game
Radford led in shots, 39-15, and in shots on goal, 34-7. The Highlanders controlled the draw, 22-8, and committed less turnovers 18-20. Presbyterian College forced more turnovers, 8-2, with Kara DiClemente, Paige Gacek and Heidi Shafer all forcing two apiece.
Sarah Marshall has scored at least one goal in 10 consecutive games and reached 30 points on the season (21G-9A).
Radford had 16 different players record at least one point and was led by Callie Bonnel (6 pts, 3G-3A)
Presbyterian College travels to High Point on Saturday, April 6, for a 3:00 pm game that will be broadcast on ESPN+.