Wolves Set Scoring Record in Win over Hollins

Madelaine Taylor (3) scored five goals for the Wolves on Wednesday
Madelaine Taylor (3) scored five goals for the Wolves on Wednesday

ROANOKE, Va. — The Keuka College Women's Lacrosse team broke the record for most goals in a game at Keuka College with a 26-4 victory at Hollins University on Wednesday.

Keuka College (4-0) was led by Vanessa Tsarevich and Madelaine Taylor with five goals apiece. Brenna Voigt and Kendall Neuberger both scored four goals in the win. Sydney Bloom rounded out the multi-goal scorers for the Wolves with two goals and added a team-high three assists as well.

Keuka College 26 at Hollins University 4

The home team would strike first on Wednesday as Hollins scored four minutes in to take a 1-0 lead. The lead lasted only 14 seconds as Kendall Neuberger quickly tied the game back up. That started a 7-0 run for the Wolves as they took control of the half. After Hollins snapped the streak, Keuka College scored nine goals over the final 16:30 of the first half to lead 16-2 at the break.

Keuka College continued the run with six straight goals to start the second half. Hollins ended the run with a goal midway through the half. After tying the school record of 25 goals twice already this season, it would be senior Danielle Chidsey with the 26th goal to set a new record as Keuka defeated Hollins 26-4.

KC Notes:

  • Wednesday was the first ever meeting between Keuka College and Hollins University in any sport
  • Vanessa Tsarevich surpassed 100 points for her career. The senior has now scored 80 goals in her four seasons at Keuka College
  • Ally Thayer and Janelle Thomas split the game in goal. During the game, Thomas surpassed 50 saves for her career
  • The Wolves controlled the play from the draws as they had 22 draw controls on Wednesday, seventh most in a game in program history. Keuka was led by Elizabeth Sherman with 12 draw controls in the win

Up Next for Keuka College: The Wolves will finish their spring break trip on Thursday as they play at Southern Virginia University at 3pm.