Estes/Hawkins lead North Greenville to dominating win over Ohio Valley

March 05, 20181st2ndFinal
Ohio Valley101
North Greenville11516
Stats at a GlanceOVUNGU
Ground Balls1929
Draw Controls811
Free Position Attempts0-01-1
Stats LeadersOVUNGU
Hanna Hawkins - 4
Aly Estes - 4
Taylor Kennington - 3
Ground Balls EMILY PRENTICE - 5
Rachel Kellogg - 5
Emily Colson - 5
Jillian Cheisa - 5
Sydney Taylor - 3
Estes/Hawkins lead North Greenville to dominating win over Ohio Valley
Monday, March 5, 2018
Estes/Hawkins lead North Greenville to dominating win over Ohio Valley

Tigerville, S.C. – North Greenville women’s lacrosse took down Ohio Valley University 16 – 1 on Monday afternoon, the largest margin of victory for the Crusaders this season.

The Basics

  • Score: NGU – 16 / OVU – 1
  • Records: North Greenville 5 – 2 / Ohio Valley 1 – 2
  • Location: Tigerville, South Carolina (Pepsi Stadium)

How it Happened

  • Aly Estes scored the first goal of the game less than six minutes in to give North Greenville a 1 – 0 lead.
  • Hanna Hawkins and Jillian Cheisa would add NGU’s second and third scores of the game to make it 3 – 0 with 23:49 left in the first half.
  • The Scotts would score their first and only goal of the game with 19:42 on the clock when Kayla Stewart found the back of the net with the help of Emily Prentice.
  • NGU’s defense clamped down on the OVU offense for the rest of the game, allowing just six shots in the final 49-minutes of regulation.
  • Hanna Hawkins answered the only goal for OVU with three consecutive scores, all with assists from Taylor Kennington.
  • Aly Estes would tack on three more scores in the first half while Rachel Kellogg also found the net once to give the Crusaders an 11 – 1 lead at intermission.
  • The Crusaders opened the second half with three goals from Emily Colson which made it 14 – 1 with 7:59 left.
  • Beth Farrell and Taylor Kennington would also tack on goals before the end of regulation to earn NGU the 15-point victory.

Inside the North Greenville Box Score

  • Estes and Hawkins would lead all players with four goals each. Estes added a pair of assists while Hawkins added one helper.
  • The Crusaders caused 16 OVU turnovers with a trio of players including Emily Colson who had three caused turnovers and five ground balls.
  • Jillian Cheisa and Kellogg also had five groundballs apiece.

Next Time Out

  • The Crusaders hit the road to take on Palm Beach Atlantic on Wednesday afternoon at 7 pm in West Palm Beach, Florida.