Senior Night victory as NGU hammers Emmanuel

April 06, 20181st2ndFinal
Emmanuel347
North Greenville10717
Stats at a GlanceEMMANUELNGU
Shots1829
Ground Balls1522
Saves79
Clears16-1921-24
Turnovers1815
Draw Controls1313
Free Position Attempts0-41-1
Stats LeadersEMMANUELNGU
GoalsHanna Hernandez - 2
Tara Larson - 2
Rachel Kellogg - 3
Hanna Hawkins - 3
AssistsTara Larson - 1
Angellie Garica - 1
Megan Shortt - 1
Aly Estes - 2
Ground Balls Aleah Marijanich - 4
Jillian Cheisa - 6
Face-offs
Saves Tiana Machado - 7
Sydney Taylor - 9
Senior Night victory as NGU hammers Emmanuel
Friday, April 6, 2018
Senior Night victory as NGU hammers Emmanuel

Tigerville – Women’s lacrosse celebrated its three seniors on Friday night with a double-digit win over Emmanuel College.

The Basics

  • Score: Crusaders – 17 / Lions – 7
  • Records: North Greenville 10 – 4 (6 – 2) / Emmanuel 6 – 7 (3 – 3)
  • Location: North Greenville University (Pepsi Stadium)

How it Happened

  • The Crusaders set the tone early with a 4 – 0 lead led by a pair of goals from Rachel Kellogg.
  • Taylor Kennington added a fifth score but the Lions inched back and cut NGU’s lead to two goals with a goal from Lara Russell with 9:36 left.
  • North Greenville answered right back, scoring eight consecutive goals with no response from the Lions.
  • Hanna Hawkins sparked the rally with back-to-back scores while Kellogg added a third and Kennington scored her second of the game. Jenny Owens also scored to help North Greenville to a 13 – 3 edge.
  • The two teams would trade goals as the Lions tried to keep pace with an aggressive NGU offense. Hanna Hernandez made it 13 – 4 with a goal for the Lions but Jillian Cheisa responded with a score to extend NGU’s lead to 10 – goals.
  • Senior Monica Colwell would add her second of the while Jenny Owens would score her second to help cap the conference win.

Inside the North Greenville Box Score

  • Kellogg and Hawkins led the charge for North Greenville with three goals each. Kellogg also had three groundballs and three caused turnovers.
  • Jenny Owens was one of five players to score twice on Friday night. It was also Owen’s first collegiate showing with multiple scores.
  • Colwell, Cheisa, Kennington, and Napoli also scored twice.
  • Defensively Cheisa was a force with a game-high six caused turnovers and six groundballs.
  • Sydney Taylor improved to 10 – 4 as the starter in net. She had nine saves on the night.

Next Time Out

  • The Crusaders will finish out the regular season with three straight road trips starting with Mars Hill University of April 11th at 7 pm.