North Greenville taken down by Belmont Abbey

March 20, 20181st2ndFinal
North Greenville369
Belmont Abbey11617
Stats at a GlanceNGUBAC
Ground Balls1823
Draw Controls1414
Free Position Attempts2-42-5
Stats LeadersNGUBAC
GoalsHanna Hawkins - 3
Kylie Eastman - 7
AssistsJillian Cheisa - 1
Brenis Napoli - 1
Caitlin Cook - 3
Ground Balls Sydney Taylor - 7
Rebecca Stromberg - 3
Annie Brannon - 3
Rebecca Luca - 3
Saves Sydney Taylor - 13
Annie Brannon - 7
North Greenville taken down by Belmont Abbey
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
North Greenville taken down by Belmont Abbey

Belmont, N.C. – North Greenville women’s Lacrosse dropped a road conference match to Belmont Abbey College on Monday evening 17 – 9.

The Basics

  • Score: Crusaders – 9 / BAC Crusaders – 17
  • Records: North Greenville 6 – 4 (2 – 2) / Belmont Abbey 7 – 2 (3 – 0)
  • Location: Belmont, North Carolina (Alumni Field)

How it Happened

  • The Crusaders found themselves down early with Belmont Abbey scoring five unanswered goals less than 10-minutes into the game.
  • Hanna Hawkins got North Greenville on the board with a goal at the 19:40 mark to make it 5 – 1.
  • BAC tacked on a sixth goal before Brenis Napoli scored NGU’s second goal to cut the deficit to four goals.
  • Belmont Kept pressuring The Crusaders, eventually stretching the lead to 9 – 2 with 13:16 left in the half.
  • North Greenville tacked on one goal from Jillian Cheisa to make it 11 – 3 at the end of the first period.
  • The Crusaders got a pair of back-to-back scores fro Monica Colwell in the second half to answer a pair of goals from Belmont Abbey.
  • NGU got another pair of scores from Hawkins while Cheisa and Emily Colson also got in on the action.
  • Belmont Abbey added four more goals in the final 11:02 to down North Greenville.

Inside the North Greenville Box Score

  • Hanna Hawkins led North Greenville with three goals.
  • Cheisa finished with a pair of goals and five groundballs on defense with a team-high three caused turnovers.
  • Colwell also finished with a pair of goals while Colson added one score.

Next Time Out

  • The Crusaders welcome Lees-McRae College to Tigerville on March 28th at 7 pm.