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SPARKS, Md. (March 24, 2017) – The seventh-ranked Rollins women’s lacrosse team rolled to an easy 16-2 final score as they routed the Shepherd University Rams on Friday evening at Tierney Field in Sparks, Md. The win marks the eighth-straight for the Tars and advances their record to 9-2 on the season, while Shepherd drops to an overall mark of 1-7 on the season.
Rollins saw a total of 10 players contribute to the Tars’ scoring efforts on the night. Sophomore Kallie German led the team in goals and points, notching a game high four goals and adding an assist for five points on the night. Freshman Julianna DeSimone dished out a team high two assists. Paige Brock and Maggie Dougherty tallied two goals and one assist each, while Lily Rizk and Hannah Ashton matched them in goals with two of their own. Hannah Coakley and Brittany Eveler each tallied two points on the day with one goal and one assist apiece, while Elle Ueland and Lindsay Van Beck each scored one goal to round out the Tars’ scoring efforts. Dougherty led the Tars in ground balls with six, followed by Malori Olin with five, and Van Beck, Maddie Hendren, Ashton, and Kaitlin Prince with three. Off the draw, Sophie Stavisky won a game high six. Defensively, Van Beck caused a game high three caused turnovers. In goal for Rollins, Malorie Olin played the first 43:39 minutes, earning one save while allowing two goals. Sarah Neely wrapped up the game in cage, earning two saves while allowing no goals by the Rams.
The Rams were led in scoring by Brooke Hunley with two goals on the day, while Lillian Funke dished out the team’s two assists. Hannah Russo, Anna Munford, and Casey Hickman each picked up a team high three ground balls, while Funke won a team best two draws on the night. Defensively, Hannah Russo caused a team high two turnovers. In goal, Casey Hickman played a full game, allowing 16 goals while facing 42 shots from the Tars. Hickman earned 17 saves on the day, including 10 in the second stanza.
HIGHLIGHTS AND HALF ANALYSIS
First Half l Rollins opened up to a four goal lead with 17:56 on the clock, but the Rams broke the run at the 16:55 mark. The Tars answered back with an unassisted goal by Ueland with 12:14 on the clock, but Shepherd retaliated at the 10:38 mark to set the score at 5-2 in favor of the Tars. Rollins closed out the first half with five unanswered goals to enter into the break with a 10-2 advantage.
Second Half l The Tars continued to roll through the second stanza, netting six goals while holding Shepherd scoreless to close out the game with a final score of 16-2.
- Rollins has won eight-straight
- Rollins matched up against the Rams for the third time in program history. The Tars now hold a 3-0 series record against Shepherd.
- The last time out against the Rams, Rollins picked up an easy 25-16 victory over Shepherd on April 17, 2015.
NEXT UP FOR THE TARS
Rollins returns to action on Sunday, March 26, when they take on 16th-ranked Grand Valley State at Tierney Field in Baltimore, Md. Game time is set for noon, and links to live coverage will be available on RollinsSports.com provided coverage is available.
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