Crusaders take down Barton in march toward post season

April 20, 20181st2ndFinal
North Greenville7815
Stats at a GlanceNGUBARTON
Ground Balls1818
Draw Controls136
Free Position Attempts2-31-5
Stats LeadersNGUBARTON
GoalsRachel Kellogg - 6
Jenna Brunclik - 2
AssistsEmily Colson - 1
Monica Colwell - 1
Aly Estes - 1
Beth Farrell - 1
Ground Balls Jillian Cheisa - 3
Rebecca Fraser - 9
Saves Sydney Taylor - 8
Katherine Mattena - 10
Crusaders take down Barton in march toward post season
Friday, April 20, 2018
Crusaders take down Barton in march toward post season

Wilson – North Greenville women's lacrosse inched closer to the postseason with a double-digit win over Barton College on Friday night. 

The Basics

  • Score: Crusaders – 15 / Bulldogs – 3
  • Records: North Greenville 12 – 4 (7 – 2) / Barton 5 – 8  (3 – 6)
  • Location: Barton College (Wilson, North Carolina)

How it Happened

  • Barton jumped out to a 2 – 0 lead but North Greenville stormed back with six unanswered scores to take a 6 – 2 edge.
  • Rachel Kellogg scored three goals in a row to help NGU gain the edge herself while Hanna Hawkins added a pair to increase the lead to three scores.
  • Beth Farrell followed up Hawkins with a score to make it 6 – 2 with 6:31 left in the first half.
  • The Bulldogs cut the lead in half with 33 – seconds left in the first when Jenna Brunclik scored to make it 6 – 3.
  • The second half would be all NGU. Kellogg opened the final half with a goal less than 30 – seconds in while Hanna Hawkins quickly stacked on NGU’s ninth score of the day to make it 9 – 3.
  • Kellogg and Hawkins both added one more score in the final minutes of play while Jenny Owens and Beth Farrell also scored to give NGU a 13 – 3 lead.
  • Emily Colson also got in on the action tacking on NGU’s final goal with 6:21 left in the game.

Inside the North Greenville Box Score

  • Rachel Kellogg led the Crusaders with six goals on 10 – shots on frame while Hawkins added five goals.
  • Jillian Cheisa added three groundballs along with Kellogg on the defensive side of things.
  • Sydney Taylor finished with eight saves and improved to 12 – 4 as a starter.

Next Time Out

  • The Crusaders wrap up the regular season with a 3 PM faceoff against Mount Olive on Saturday afternoon.