NGU OFFENSE GOES COLD IN LOSS TO MOUNT OLIVE
Friday, February 20, 2015
NGU OFFENSE GOES COLD IN LOSS TO MOUNT OLIVE

Tigerville, S.C.—Women's Lacrosse was left searching for its first win of the season Friday afternoon, after the Mount Olive Trojans took an 18-1 decision over NGU, which falls to 0-3 on the season.

Nikki Colwell accounted for NGU's only goal of the game, scoring with 4:34 left in the game. Mount Olive took a commanding first half lead, scoring 11 goals on the first year Crusaders.

The Trojans took a 1-0 lead less than three minutes into the game, as NGU played the game a player down after the Trojans elected to play without their goalie for the first half. Mount Olive scored seven more in the second half as NGU struggled to find its offensive attack.

NGU starting goalie Lowri Gowing recorded five saves during the 60 minute showdown while Elizabeth Carey led NGU, collecting three ground balls. North Greenville was only able to muster three shots on goal while the Trojans found 30 scoring chances.

North Greenville now stands at 0-2 in Conference Carolinas play. The Crusaders will travel to Truett McConnell College on February 24th to take on the Bears at 3pm.