Clinton, S.C. – The Presbyterian College Blue Hose lacrosse teams plays host to the Campbell Camels in their Big South home opener on Saturday afternoon at 12:00 p.m. This game will serve as Senior Day for the eight Blue Hose seniors.
Who: Presbyterian (2-10, 0-2 BSC) vs Campbell (5-7, 1-1 BSC)
When: Saturday, April 7 – 12:00 p.m.
Where: Clinton, S.C. – Bailey Memorial Stadium
Social Media: @PCWomensLax
This game will be serving as Senior Day for eight Blue Hose seniors. It is the last Saturday home game of the season. PC will have two more home games, both on Wednesday’s.
PC is playing its first home Big South game of 2018 and its fifth of seven home games overall.
The Blue Hose fell to the Winthrop Eagles 21-4 on Wednesday afternoon.
PC puts 70.1 percent of its shots on frame this season and converts on 67.8 percent of its clear attempts.
The Blue Hose grab 13.67 ground balls and have forced 61 of their opponents 176 turnovers.
Claire Frase led the way for PC with a pair of goals giving her seven on the season on Wednesday night.
For the season Kelly Hyman and Lauren Schaaf lead the way with 19 points this season. Hyman has scored her 19 points via 14 goals and five assists while Schaaf has eight goals and a team high 11 assists.
Sarah Marshall leads the team with 15 goals this season.
Kayla Koch has started 10 of the 12 games in goal playing 451:01 minutes in goal with 88 saves and a .368 save percentage. She also leads the way with 30 ground balls.
Megan Dreyer leads the way with 22 draw controls this season while Frase leads the way with nine caused turnovers.
Campbell enters with a 5-7 record and coming off an 18-9 loss at the hands of No. 19 High Point on Wednesday afternoon.
Campbell scores 11.75 goals per game on a .382 shot percentage. It averages 18.3 ground balls and is successful on 80.1 percent of its clear attempts.
Melissa Placek leads the Camels with 39 goals and 42 points while Annie Pazulski is the leader in assists with 28 assists.
Sydney Etheridge is the leader in goal with 473:54 minutes in goal, she has 73 saves and a .427 save percentage.
Megan Reilly is the leader in ground balls with 31 and caused turnovers with 19 while Placek leads the way with 61 draw controls.