Kellogg's career night leads NGU to first league win

February 14, 20181st2ndFinal
North Greenville81018
Stats at a GlanceERSKINENGU
Ground Balls2736
Draw Controls1117
Free Position Attempts1-26-11
Extra Man Opportunities0-12-3
GoalsErin Landry - 3
Rachel Kellogg - 8
AssistsAmanda Epstein - 1
Faith Flanagan - 1
Katie Schlagenhauf - 1
Maddie Drawdy - 1
Rachel Kellogg - 2
Beth Farrell - 2
Ground Balls Katie Schlagenhauf - 5
Sydney Taylor - 6
Monica Colwell - 6
Saves Sara Castro - 4
Sydney Taylor - 4
Kellogg's career night leads NGU to first league win
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Kellogg's career night leads NGU to first league win
Photo by Owens Media

Tigerville, S.C. – North Greenville women's lacrosse rode a career night from Kellogg to an 18 - 8 win over Erskine Colege on Wednesday to start Conference Carolinas play with a win. 

The Basics

  • Score: NGU – 18 / Erskine – 8
  • Records: North Greenville 2 – 1 (1 – 0) / Erskine 0 – 2 (0 – 1)
  • Location: Tigerville, South Carolina (Pepsi Stadium)

How It Happened

  • Erskine led 2-0 early on but North Greenville pulled even with goals from Rachel Kellogg and Hanna Hawkins.
  • Goals were traded to make it 4 – 4 before North Greenville took its first lead of the game when Kellogg scored back-to-back times to create a two point edge for the Crusaders.
  • Kellogg packed in two more scores in the first period to make it 8 – 5 at intermission.
  • Erskine led off the second half with a goal to cut into North Greenville’s three-goal advantage.
  • The Crusaders answered with seven unanswered points including Jenny Owen’s first career score to take a commanding 15 – 6 lead.
  • Kellogg and Hawkins also scored twice during the North Greenville run.
  • Rachel Kellogg would add one more goal to make her case for player of the week while Brenis Napoli and Taylor Kennington also added a score.

Inside the North Greenville Box Score

  • Rachel Kellogg finished the night with eight of North Greenville’s 18-goals on Wednesday night with 11-shots on frame. Her eight scores were a new career high for the sophomore. 
  • Hanna Hawkins finished the game with four scores.
  • Sydney Taylor added four saves in the net and improved to 2-1 on the season as the starting goalie.
  • Monica Colwell led North Greenville with four caused turnovers and tied with Taylor with a team high six ground balls.

Inside the Erskine Box Score

  • Erin Landry scored three goals to lead the Fleet offense while Maddie Drawdy and Breanna Seawell added two goals each.
  • Sara Castro finished with four saves and took the loss as the in net starter.

Next Time Out

  • The Crusaders will host Newberry College on February 21st at 6 pm.