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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

W&M Lax Falls to No. 14 Penn, 18-7

(Tribe Athletics)

WILLIAMSBURG — Squaring off against a top-15 opponent for the second time in three days, the William & Mary lacrosse team fell to No. 14 Penn, 18-7, at Martin Family Stadium on Friday evening.

Penn (5-0) opened the contest with a 6-0 run before W&M (3-5) got on the scoreboard with a goal by Maresa Moyer late in the first quarter.

Although the Quakers counted with five unanswered goals to lead 11-1, the Tribe responded by scoring four of the next five goals to pull within 12-5 early in the second half. Four different W&M players scored during stretch — Justyce Barber, Jaylin Locke, Piper Kienzle and Finley Hoffman.

However, Penn answered with another 6-0 run to build its largest lead of the game, 18-5. W&M got goals by Barber and Moyer in the closing minutes for the final margin.

Tribe Standouts
Moyer and Barber led the Tribe with two goals apiece, while Kate Draddy recorded a team-high four ground balls with two draw controls and an assist.

Goalie Marin Wilhelm totaled 12 saves and a .480 save percentage in 48:59 minutes of action.

Inside the Numbers
Penn outshot W&M, 43-18, which included a 31-13 margin in attempts on goal.

The Quakers also owned advantages in draw controls (19-9) and ground balls (20-14), while they committed four fewer turnovers (10-14).

The Opposition
Niki Miles led Penn with a team-high six points (4g, 2a) to go with five draw controls, while Keeley Block (3g, 2a) and Julia Chai (2g, 3a) added five points apiece.

Anna Brandt also scored twice and posted a team-best eight draw controls.

Defensively, Aly Feeley tallied a team-high four caused turnovers, while goalie Kelly Van Hoesen allowed just five goals with five saves in 54:36 minutes of action.

Up Next
W&M will return to action when it concludes its non-conference slate against Longwood at Martin Family Stadium next Sunday at 1 p.m.

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