College Women’s Lacrosse Final – Roanoke 13, Guilford 5

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GREENSBORO, N.C. – Morgan Barlow and Courtney McCartin both scored twice during a decisive second-half run that propelled visiting Roanoke College to a 13-5 women’s lacrosse win at Guilford College. The Maroons (4-9, 4-1 ODAC) outscored the Quakers (6-7, 3-2 ODAC), 8-2, in the second half for their fourth straight victory.

Hannah Taylor scored twice in a 4-1 Roanoke run to start the game, which staked the visitors to a 5-3 halftime lead. The Quakers’ Demming Carlow and Madison Iandoli scored around a Katie Clements goal to close out the first half.

McCartin opened the second-half scoring at the 23:19 mark, which started a five-goal outburst over the next 2:49. Allison Beames scored a free-position with 20:49 to play and Barlow finished the spurt 19 seconds later open an insurmountable 10-3 lead.

Guilford’s Iandoli and Fowler scored back-to-back goals midway through the second half to get the Quakers back to within 10-5 with 15 minutes left, but Roanoke’s Jenn Schwechheimer followed with consecutive tallies and Katerina DeSimone closed the scoring with 3:14 to play.

McCartin, Schwechheimer, Taylor, Beames and Barlow each scored two goals for Roanoke. McCartin added an assist for a team-best three points. Clements had a goal and an assist, plus seven draw controls, which helped Roanoke to a 13-7 edge in the category. The Maroons won the game’s first eight draws, five by Clements. DeSimone and Brooke Thacker both caused two turnovers and picked up five ground balls. Emma Blair kept Guilford from gaining momentum on offense with seven saves, four in the second half. Roanoke outshot Guilford, 36-18.

Fowler and Iandoli paced the Quakers’ offense with two goals apiece. Fowler, who also had an assist, shared game-high honors for points (3) and ground balls (5). Sammi Milbourn made 15 saves, caused a turnover and picked up four ground balls.

Coach Sarah Lamphier’s Quakers host Bridgewater College Saturday (4/15) at 4:00 p.m. in an ODAC game.

Lacrosse Game Summary (Final)
Roanoke vs Guilford (Apr 12, 2017 at Greensboro, NC)
Roanoke (4-9, 4-1 ODAC) vs. Guilford (6-7, 3-2 ODAC)
Date: Apr 12, 2017
Location: Greensboro, NC
Stadium: Armfield Ath. Center
Attendance:100
Start time:7:00 PM
End time:8:56 PM
Total time:1:56

 
SCORE BY PERIOD       1  2  Tot
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Roanoke.............  5  8 - 13
Guilford............  3  2 -  5

Roanoke SCORING: GOALS: Courtney McCartin 2; Morgan Barlow 2; Allison Beames 2; Hannah Taylor 2; Jenn Schwechheimer 2; Katie Clements 1; Katerina DeSimone 1; Julia Galanto 1.
ASSISTS: Katie Clements 1; Courtney McCartin 1.

Guilford SCORING: GOALS: Summer Fowler 2; Madison Iandoli 2; Demming Carlow 1.
ASSISTS: Summer Fowler 1.

Roanoke GROUND BALLS: Katerina DeSimone 5; Brooke Thacker 5; Emma Boris 4; Morgan Barlow 2; Katie Clements 2; Julia Galanto 2; Jenn Schwechheimer 2; Hannah Taylor 2; Reed Walter 2; Mackenzie Connolly 1; Courtney McCartin 1; Mckenna Polak 1.

Guilford GROUND BALLS: Summer Fowler 5; Sammi Milbourn 4; Amanda Dionne 3; Demming Carlow 2; Abby Horn 2; Cat Thresher 2; Abigail Horchar 1; Madison Iandoli 1; Holly Kozak 1; Gabriela Silva 1.

Roanoke TURNOVERS CAUSED: Emma Boris 2; Katerina DeSimone 2; Brooke Thacker 2; Morgan Barlow 1; Katie Clements 1; Julia Galanto 1.
Guilford TURNOVERS CAUSED: Summer Fowler 2; Abby Horn 2; Amber Dubois 1; Madison Iandoli 1; Sammi Milbourn 1; Hannah Rossheim 1; Gabriela Silva 1.

SHOTS – Roanoke 36; Guilford 18.
SHOTS ON GOAL – Roanoke 28; Guilford 12.

PENALTIES – Roanoke 0/0:00; Guilford 0/0:00.
MAN-UP OPPORTUNITIES – Roanoke 0-0; Guilford 2-0.

TURNOVERS – Roanoke 16; Guilford 18.

FACEOFFS – Roanoke 0-0; Guilford 0-0.

CLEARS – Roanoke 17-22; Guilford 15-21.

GOALIES – RC: Emma Blair 4-3 (60:00 minutes, 12 shots-7 saves, 5 GA); GC: Sammi Milbourn 6-7 (60:00, 28-15, 13).

Start time: 7:00 PM
Finish time: 8:56 PM
Length of game: 1:56
Officials: Rick Cataldo; Bradley Smith; Jason Phillips.
Scorer: Guilford Sports Info.

A-100
T-1:56
Old Dominion Athletic Conference game


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