Clinton, S.C. – The Presbyterian College Blue Hose travel to face the Radford Highlanders in the regular season finale for both teams.

Game Setup

Who: Presbyterian (2-14, 0-6 Big South) at Radford (5-10, 2-4 Big South)

When: Saturday, April 21 – 12:00 p.m.

Where: Radford, Va. – Cupp Memorial Stadium

Watch: N/A

Follow: GoBlueHose.com

Notes

Presbyterian was led by a pair of record performances on Wednesday evening. Megan Dreyer tied the program record for draw controls in a single game with nine and Kelly Hyman scored a 2018 PC single game high of five goals. Hyman leads the team in goals with 23 and total points with 28.

Dreyer now has a team best 39 draw controls. 39 draw controls is the third most in a single season in PC women’s lacrosse history and her 2.60 draw controls per game is the fourth best average.

Lauren Schaaf leads the team in assists with 14 and is second in total points with 24. 14 assists is tied for the eighth most in a single season. She is also top 10 in career scoring in PC women’s lacrosse history. Her 107 career points is fifth, 80 career goals is tied-fourth and 27 career assists are tied-seventh.

Kayla Koch leads the Blue Hose defense in goal as she has played 601:15 of 960 minutes in goal, recording 111 saves with a .351 save percentage. She also has a team high 43 ground balls.

With nine saves on Wednesday, Koch moved into the number three spot in career saves. She now has 247. With four ground balls she also moved into a tie for fourth with 107 career ground balls.

Hudson Roarick leads with 16 caused turnovers this season. She now has 52 for her career which is tied-fourth in PC women’s lacrosse history.

The Highlanders are 5-10 on the season and 2-4 in the Big South. They have currently lost three of their last four contests.

Radford scores 11.53 goals per game this season and has a 41.8-percent shot percentage. The Highlanders are succesful on 77.6 percent of their clear attempts and average 20.67 ground balls, 13.8 draw controls and have caused 159 of their opponents 302 turnovers.

Callie Bonnel leads Radford with 46 goals and 54 total points this season while Emma Rogers leads the team in assists with 14.

Jenny Davis leads Radford in goal with 710:25 minutes played. She has 121 saves and a .428 save percentage this season.

Shea Swingle leads the Highlanders with 38 ground balls and 26 caused turnovers. Adrian Rius has the most draw controls with 84.

PC and Radford have split the two meetings all-time, 1-1.