College Women’s Lacrosse Final – Guilford 17, Bridgewater 7

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GREENSBORO, N.C. – Lily Colley tied the Guilford College record with 11 points in the Quakers’ 17-7 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) lacrosse win over Bridgewater College Saturday afternoon. Her effort helped Guilford to its school-record eighth straight win, which extended the team’s best start (9-1) in school history.

Colley, a junior attacker, scored all of her game-high five goals in the second half. She also dished out a career-best six assists to match the school record for points in a game. Mary Hutchins ’08 set the mark in 2007 and Colley’s teammate, E’leyna Garcia, matched it 12 days ago with 10 goals and an assist in a win over Catawba College. Colley’s six assists rank third in school history.

Two of Colley’s helpers went to her twin sister, Becca, who scored a career-high five goals, all in the first half. Becca scored four times in the first 14 minutes, which sparked Guilford to a 6-1 lead. Bridgewater (3-7, 1-3 ODAC) answered with three straight goals before Becca Colley scored off a pass from her sister to give the Quakers a 7-4 halftime edge.

Garcia, the reigning ODAC Women’s Lacrosse Player of the Week and NCAA Division III leader in goals, contributed three tallies, five ground balls and six draw controls. Teammate Eleanora Keene had four points on three goals and an assist, plus six draws and four ground balls. Guilford’s Summer Fowler picked up a game-best seven ground balls and caused two turnovers. Senior Liza Mettler was solid once again in goal, making 10 of her 12 saves in the second half.

Alexa Miller and Paige Hennessy both scored twice for Bridgewater. Carli Bafford and Jordyn Hutchins both added two assists. Bafford also collected five draw controls and four ground balls. Goalie Laura Reynolds had eight saves and a ground ball.

The Quakers return to action next Saturday (4/6) against visiting Randolph-Macon College at 4:00 p.m.

Lacrosse Game Summary (Final)
2013 Guilford College Lacrosse
Bridgewater (Va.) vs Guilford (Mar 30, 2013 at Greensboro, NC)

Bridgewater (Va.) (3-7, 1-3 ODAC) vs. Guilford (9-1, 5-0 ODAC)
Date: Mar 30, 2013 Location: Greensboro, NC Stadium: Armfield Ath. Center
Attendance:120 Start time:3:00 pm End time:4:43 pm Total time:1:43

   SCORE BY PERIOD       1  2  Tot
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   Bridgewater (Va.)...  4  3 -  7
   Guilford............  7 10 - 17

Bridgewater (Va.) SCORING: GOALS: Paige Hennessy 2; Alexa Miller 2; Taylor Chamberlain 1; Katie Freeman 1; Jesse Colligan 1.
ASSISTS: Carli Bafford 2; Jordyn Hutchins 2; Taylor Chamberlain 1.

Guilford SCORING: GOALS: Lily Colley 5; Becca Colley 5; Eleanora Keene 3; E’leyna Garcia 3; Courtney Morsberger 1.
ASSISTS: Lily Colley 6; Eleanora Keene 1.

Bridgewater (Va.) GROUND BALLS: Audrey Kordek 5; Carli Bafford 4; Katie Freeman 3; Brittany Lanahan 3; Caroline Augsburger 2; Taylor Chamberlain 2; Jesse Colligan 1; Caroline Fletcher 1; Jordyn Hutchins 1; Savannah Key 1; Laura Reynolds 1; Peggy Russell 1.

Guilford GROUND BALLS: Summer Fowler 7; E’leyna Garcia 5; Becca Colley 4; Eleanora Keene 4; Marina Bailey 2; Ashly Bennington 2; Millie Carter 2; Lily Colley 2; Celine De Perlinghi 2; Liza Mettler 2; Lizz Carella 1.

Bridgewater (Va.) TURNOVERS CAUSED: Taylor Chamberlain 2; Caroline Augsburger 1; Caroline Fletcher 1; Katie Freeman 1; Paige Hennessy 1; Savannah Key 1; Brittany Lanahan 1.
Guilford TURNOVERS CAUSED: Becca Colley 2; Summer Fowler 2; Marina Bailey 1; Lizz Carella 1; Celine De Perlinghi 1; E’leyna Garcia 1; Eleanora Keene 1.

SHOTS – Bridgewater (Va.) 25; Guilford 34.
SHOTS ON GOAL – Bridgewater (Va.) 19; Guilford 25.
TURNOVERS – Bridgewater (Va.) 23; Guilford 21.
CLEARS – Bridgewater (Va.) 15-22; Guilford 19-24.

GOALIES – BC: Laura Reynolds 3-6 (60:00 minutes, 25 shots-8 saves, 17 GA); GC: Liza Mettler 9-1 (60:00, 19-12, 7).

Start time: 3:00 pm Finish time: 4:43 pm Length of game: 1:43
Officials: Rick Cataldi; Katie Welsh; Jason Phillips.
Scorer: GuilfordSID.

A-120 T-1:43
Old Dominion Athletic Conference match


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