Greensboro, N.C. (3-15-08) â€“ Sophomore Shelly Nogueira (East Calais, Vt./Union-32) scored a career-high four goals in visiting Guilford Collegeâ€™s 15-11 lacrosse win over Lynchburg College in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) opener for both teams.
Sophomore goalie Alyzza May Callahan (Fairhaven, Mass./New Bedford) made a career-high 17 saves in the victory, Guilfordâ€™s first over Lynchburg since 1992. The win ended the Quakersâ€™ 17-game losing streak to the Hornets.
Nogueira scored two of Guilfordâ€™s final three goals, which helped the Quakers thwart a Lynchburg comeback. Mary Hutchinsâ€™ (West Lebanon, N.H./Lebanon) second score of the day with 18:26 left in regulation opened a 12-8 Guilford lead, but Lynchburg answered with three straight goals. The Hornetsâ€™ Lindsay Gengras scored twice in the spurt and her free-position goal with 13:48 remaining made it a 12-11 game.
Nogueira stopped the Lynchburg spurt with just under nine minutes remaining off a Carrie Ernst (Randolph, N.J./Randolph) feed and finished the scoring with 3:10 to play.
Callahan made her first start of the season and responded with the most saves by a Quakersâ€™ netminder since 2005. She had nine stops in the first half and also led Guilford with five ground balls.
Jordan Clodfelter (Adamant, Vt./Union-32) also had five pickups, along with four points on two goals and a game-high two assists. Ernst, Hutchins and Carolyn Rodda (Bethesda, Md./Academy of the Holy Cross) also scored twice for Guilford.
Deana Welsch led Lynchburg with three goals. Gengras and Nichole Locher both contributed two goals and one assist.
Guilford returns to action Tuesday at crosstown-rival Greensboro College at 2:00 p.m.
Lacrosse Game Summary (Final) – 2008 Guilford College Lacrosse – Guilford vs Lynchburg (Mar 15, 2008 at Lynchburg, Va.)
Guilford (2-3, 1-0 ODAC) vs. Lynchburg (4-1, 1-1 ODAC)
Date: Mar 15, 2008 Location: Lynchburg, Va. Stadium: Shelleberger Field
Attendance:117 Start time:1:00 pm End time:2:42 pm Total time:1:42
SCORE BY PERIOD 1 2 Tot
Guilford………… 7 8 – 15
Lynchburg……….. 6 5 – 11
Guilford SCORING: GOALS: Shelly Nogueira 4; Carrie Ernst 2; Jordan Clodfelter 2; Mary Hutchins 2; Carolyn Rodda 2; Kelly Gonzalez 1; Ellie Merritt 1; Jennifer Abelin 1.
ASSISTS: Jordan Clodfelter 2; Carrie Ernst 2; Mary Hutchins 1.
Lynchburg SCORING: GOALS: Deana Welsch 3; Nichole Locher 2; Lindsay Gengras 2; Morgan Logue 2; Kathryn Ollice 1; Emily McMillan 1.
ASSISTS: Lindsay Gengras 1; Kelsey Johnson 1; Nichole Locher 1; Kathryn Ollice 1.
Guilford GROUND BALLS: Alyzza-May Callahan 5; Jordan Clodfelter 5; Shelly Nogueira 4; Jennifer Abelin 2; Erin Baker 2; Caryn Washington 2; Kaitlin Feeney 1; Kelly Gonzalez 1; Mary Hutchins 1; Jennifer Maynard 1; Carolyn Rodda 1.
Lynchburg GROUND BALLS: Kelsey Johnson 5; Emma Lippert 5; Lindsay Gengras 4; Kaity Johnston 3; Elizabeth Jackson 1; Nichole Locher 1; Morgan Logue 1; Kathryn Ollice 1; Patty Sheahan 1.
Guilford TURNOVERS CAUSED: Jennifer Abelin 2; Jordan Clodfelter 1; Kelly Gonzalez 1; Mary Hutchins 1; Ellie Merritt 1.
Lynchburg TURNOVERS CAUSED: Lindsay Gengras 2; Kelsey Johnson 1; Kaity Johnston 1; Nichole Locher 1; Morgan Logue 1.
SHOTS – Guilford 31; Lynchburg 36.
SHOTS ON GOAL – Guilford 25; Lynchburg 28.
TURNOVERS – Guilford 17; Lynchburg 18.
GOALIES – GC: Alyzza-May Callahan (60:00 minutes, 28 shots-17 saves, 11 GA); LC: Emma Lippert 4-1 (60:00, 25-10, 15).
Start time: 1:00 pm Finish time: 2:42 pm Length of game: 1:42
Officials:. Scorer: Lynchburg Sports Inf.
Old Dominion Athletic Conference match