Staten Island, N.Y. – The Presbyterian College women’s lacrosse team dropped a 23-5 game to Wagner at Hameline Field on Sunday. Madison Berg led the Blue Hose with a pair of goals, while Sarah Marshall added a goal and three assists.

Scoring the Game

Wagner built a 6-0 lead before Berg scored off an assist from Marshall at the 19:53 mark. Two minutes later, Marshall found the back of the net with an assist from Meredith Moore to make it 6-2 at 17:54. The Seahawks used an 8-0 run to enter the half leading 14-2.

PC came out strong in the second half, scoring the game’s first two goals. Alyssa Cooke scored a man-up goal at 29:37, and Berg scored her second of the game at 23:32 to make it 14-4 at 23:32. Marshall assisted on both goals. A 4-0 run by Wagner grew the lead to 18-4 at the 14:53 mark. Megan Dreyer scored an unassisted goal at 10:32 to bring the score to 18-5. The Seahawks scored the final five goals of the game to reach a final score of 23-5.

For the Record

Presbyterian College moves to 1-9 on the year, while Wagner won its seventh game in a row to reach 7-2.

Stats of the Game

Wagner saw a 51-8 advantage in shots with a 39-7 advantage in shots on goal. The Seahawks also took seven free position shots compared to none for the Blue Hose. The home team also led in draw controls, 22-8, and groundballs, 33-11. PC made 16 saves, nine to Heidi Shafer and seven to Kayla Koch, compared to two for Wagner’s Lauren DiStefano.

Notables

Sarah Marshall recorded a collegiate-best three assists to double her season output and reach six on the year. The sophomore also tied her collegiate-best with three draw controls.

Madison Berg tied her collegiate best with two goals and two groundballs. The freshman now has four goals on the year.

Heidi Shafer recorded a collegiate-best nine saves.

Wagner had 13 different players record a goal, with Megan Drum and Madeline Seims each scoring a game-high four goals.

Up Next

Presbyterian College will open Big South play with a 12 p.m. road game at Campbell on Saturday, March 30.