Posted: Apr 07, 2018
LANCASTER, Pa. -- The Bryn Athyn College women's lacrosse team passed its first road test of the 2018 season as the Lions picked up a 14-7 North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) victory over Lancaster Bible Saturday afternoon.
The Lions (5-1, 3-1 NEAC) had six players register a goal, led by Bri Lennox who had five goals and one assist. Chantal Farmer, Tina Tu, Laura Clymer, and Sabrina Colbridge all posted two goals. Brenna Sweeney scored once.
The host Chargers (1-9, 1-3 NEAC) jumped out to the fast 1-0 advantage as Myranda Kemrer found the back of the net just 22 seconds into the contest. Bryn Athyn stormed back with five straight goals from five different players to take a 5-1 lead at the 21:51 mark. Farmer, Colbridge, Clymer, Sweeney, and Lennox all scored during the run.
After Lancaster Bible scored two of the next three goals to trim the margin to 6-3, Clymer, Colbridge, and Lennox all tallied unassisted goals to widen the margin to a first-half high six goals (9-3).
Bryn Athyn's lead was cut to 9-7 as Lancaster Bible scored the last two goals of the first half and the first two goals of the second 30 minutes. Lennox stopped the Chargers' momentum with the third of her five goals at the 20:41 mark. The goal sparked a dominating final 20 minutes for the Lions with Bryn Athyn scoring the final five goals of the contest.
Hannah Thompson led the Chargers with three goals, one assist, and seven draw controls. Raegan Horst added a pair of goals.
Anja Weisser recorded eight saves in the Lions' crease to record her fifth win of the season. The Chargers used a pair of goalies. Nicolette Statuti earned the start but made just two saves on nine shots in 21 minutes. Sara Petersen finished the match by stopping seven shots.
Bryn Athyn outshot Lancaster Bible 29-17.
The Lions head north to take on SUNY Poly in a NEAC match on Friday, April 13 at 4 p.m.