BRYN ATHYN, Pa. – Sophomore Bri Lennox became the second player in Bryn Athyn College women's lacrosse team history to post 100 career points in the Lions' 18-0 Colonial States Athletic Conference victory over Centenary (N.J.) Saturday afternoon on General Ronald K. Nelson Field.
Lennox, who entered the day sitting on 99 points joined Sabrina Colbridge in the 100-point club when she scored the first of her game-high five goals at the 15:13 mark of the opening half. She is now just four points away from passing Colbridge and her 107 points for the career points lead. In addition to her five goals, Lennox had nine draw controls and two ground balls.
Tina Tu helped pace the offense with four goals, two assists, and a career-high 10 ground balls, while Payton Gormley posted three goals and three assists. Chantal Farmer (three goals, one assist) and Rose Glass (two goals, two assists) both had four-point afternoons. Farmer also had five draw controls and three caused turnovers.
Sarah Reed led the defensive effort with five caused turnovers and seven ground balls.
Goalie Sarah Smith made one save to post the team's second shutout of the season and the fourth in program history.
Centenary (0-6, 0-4 CSAC) received a career-high 23 saves from goalie Renee Hack. Kaylee Bennett, Cailin O'Hare, and Amanda Tietjen all had four ground balls.
The Lions (5-2, 4-1 CSAC) outshot the Cyclones 50-2.
Bryn Athyn heads to Notre Dame (Md.) to begin the second half of CSAC play on Wednesday, April 10 at 4:15 p.m.