Clinton, S.C. – The Presbyterian College lacrosse team is back in action at Bailey Stadium on Wednesday afternoon as it plays host to the Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers at 3:00 p.m.

Game Setup

Who: Presbyterian (1-2) vs Mount St. Mary’s (2-1)

When: Wednesday, February 28 – 3:00 p.m.

Where: Clinton, S.C. – Bailey Stadium

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Social Media: @PCWomensLax

Last Time Out

  • The Blue Hose defeated the Wofford Terriers 14-12 in Spartanburg.
  • Presbyterian finished with a 15-13 margin in draw controls and finished 5-8 in free-position goals compared to Wofford’s 3-6.
  • Claire Frase and Sarah Marshall led the way for PC with three goals each.
  • Frase, Cady Roberts and Breanne Goldfarb all finished with two ground balls to lead the way for PC.
  • Roberts and Taylor Johnson led the way with four draw controls each and Marshall and Kelly Hyman each had three caused turnovers.

For The Season

  • PC takes 23.3 shots per game this season.
  • The Blue Hose average 12.67 ground balls per game, 10.3 draw controls and 7.0 caused turnovers per game.
  • Marshall leads the Blue Hose in goals with six and total points with six.
  • Hyman has the most assists on the season with three and is tied-second in total points with four.
  • Kayla Koch has played 172:25 minutes in goal, she has 30 saves and .417 save percentage.
  • She leads the way with 10 ground balls as well.
  • Frase and Roberts each have four caused turnovers.

Scouting the Mountaineers

  • Mount St. Mary’s is 2-1 on the season with wins over Manhattan (12-8) and Army (14-10).
  • It averages 11.33 goals per game and allows 9.0 per game.
  • The Mountaineers average 16.67 ground balls, 13.33 draw controls and 7.33 caused turnovers per game.
  • Carly Miller leads the Mountaineers in goals with eight and assists with four and total points with 12.
  • Emily Davis is the team leader in ground balls with seven and caused turnovers with five.
  • Beanie Colson has 21 draw controls to lead the way.
  • Jillian Petito has played all 180 minutes in goal tallying 28 saves and a .509 save percentage.
  • Presbyterian and Mount St. Mary’s have never played in lacrosse.