LANCASTER, Pa. – The Keuka College Women's Lacrosse team fell on Friday afternoon to Lancaster Bible College 17-13 in a North Eastern Athletic Conference game.
Keuka College (2-6, 1-3 NEAC) got 15 saves in goal from sophomore Ally Thayer. Sydney Forshay led the offensive attack for the Green and Gold with five goals in the game. Abigail Wood added a pair of goals in the loss.
Keuka College 13 at Lancaster Bible College 17
The Chargers scored the opening two goals but Keuka College responded with a rally. The Wolves netted five straight goals with Sydney Forshay bookending the run. Lancaster Bible College answered with three to tie the game but the Wolves took the lead right back. Freshman Jade Haumann scored her first career goal to make it 6-5. The Wolves remained ahead until the Chargers scored the final goal of the half to tie the game at 8-8 at the break. The second half opened with Lancaster taking the lead, but Keuka fought to stay in the game. However the Chargers put together a five-goal run midway through the frame to take a 16-10 lead. Keuka got three goals back, but it would not be enough as Keuka College fell at Lancaster Bible College 17-13.
Free Balls: Lancaster Bible College won the battle for the loose ball 28-13. The 13 groundballs for Keuka College was a season-low.
- Lancaster Bible College has won two straight against Keuka College, but the Wolves have a 4-2 lead in the series
- Elizabeth Sherman cracked the top 10 for most draw controls in a career. The sophomore led Keuka with four against Lancaster Bible College and now has 47 for her career.
Coming up for Keuka College: The Wolves will conclude this four-game stretch of road games on Tuesday, April 18 as Keuka College travels to Wells College to face the Express. Keuka is 15-1 all-time against Wells College and have won the last eight meetings.