San Diego, Calif. – San Diego State opened the game on a 13-0 run, including nine goals in the first 10 minutes en route to a 22-2 win over the Blue Hose on Monday evening. Kelly Hyman scored both goals for the Blue Hose while Lee-Ann Salim had 11 saves in the contest.
Player of the Game
Hyman finished with two goals on three shots while Marshall had three ground balls.
Stat of the Game
San Diego State had an 18-7 advantage in draw controls and forced 22 turnovers.
The Aztecs scored the first 13 goals of the game, including nine goals in the first 10 minutes of the game. Hyman scored for the Blue Hose making it 13-1 with 2:00 minutes to play in the opening half followed by a San Diego State goal making it 14-1 at the intermission.
The Blue Hose defense was much better in the second half as they allowed only eight goals in the half. They also took eight-times as many shots in the second half and finished the game with nine total shots. Hyman ended up scoring both goals for PC, one in each half.
For the Record
Presbyterian moves to 1-5 on the season while the Aztecs move to 4-2.
Four of the Blue Hose’s nine shots were on goal.
PC held SDST to 4-10 on free position shots.
Hyman recorded her first career multi-goal game.
PC comes back east for a game at Mercer on March 11 at 1:00 p.m.