SCORE: Wheaton 4 - Springfield 18
RECORDS: Wheaton 5-7 (3-1 NEWMAC) - Springfield 7-6 (3-2 NEWMAC)
LOCATION: Springfield, Mass. (Stagg Field)
- Lilly Callahan, Molly Covarrubias, Danielle Trudeau, and Kyra Schwartzman each scored one goal apiece in the Lyons loss. Covarrubias led all players with three cause turnovers while Callahan tied for a game-high four ground balls.
- Springfield was led by Kate Sarnacki who scored a game-high four goals and five assists while Taylor Pichel followed up with three goals and one assist. Gabby Fogg and Andie Stone each tied for a game-high four ground balls while Brenna Keefe and Bridget Rossignol contributed to a combined four caused turnovers.
- Springfield scored three unanswered goals at the start of the competition before the Lyons were able to get on the board at 20:52 from a Covarrubias free position. Schwartzman would net another goal seconds later to cut the Lyons deficit down by one (3-2). After a tightly contested three minutes, the Pride found themselves going on a 10-0 run to finish out the first half at 13-2.
- Wheaton continued to try and find their form in the second half, netting two goals in the process, but despite their efforts, it wouldn't be enough to catch the Pride's first half push.
- Jena Casman recorded five saves in the Lyons loss while Brenna Keefe recorded four for Springfield.
- Saves: Wheaton 5 / Springfield 4
- Ground Balls: Wheaton 16 / Springfield 21
- Clears: Wheaton 13-21 / Springfield 22-24
- Draw Controls: Wheaton 8 / Springfield 13
- Free Position Shots: 2-4 / Springfield 2-3
- Shots: Wheaton 17 / Springfield 27
UP NEXT: Wheaton returns home to Diane C. Nordin Field on Wednesday, April 17 at 7:00 p.m., where they will face off against Smith College.