Women’s Lacrosse stumbles to Heidelberg

Women’s Lacrosse stumbles to Heidelberg
The Muskingum women's lacrosse team stumbled against Heidelberg on Saturday, 14-1. The game marked the end of the 2018-19 season for the Muskies. 
  • Records: Muskingum (1-15 overall, 0-8 OAC), Heidelberg (8-6 overall, 2-6 OAC)
  • Location: Tiffin, Ohio - Hoernemann Stadium
  • Game Length: 1:28

  • Sophomore Courtney Hines guided the Muskies with one goal on seven shots. 
  • Junior Dani Crisp chipped in four shots.
  • Sophomore Hannah Bailey secured two ground balls and locked in a team-high three draw controls.
  • Freshman McKenzie Fuller and senior LaShawnda Robinson grabbed two ground balls each.
  • Fuller also contributed two draw controls. 
  • Sophomore Cieanna Jones played the entire 60 minutes in goal for the Muskies. Jones registered a career-best 19 saves on 33 shots.
  • Jenna Carman led the Student Princes with five goals, while Angela Lulejian dished out three assists. 
  • Mandi Phillips secured her seventh victory in goal for Heidelberg. Phillips tallied five saves on six shots. 
  • The Student Princes ended the contest with a 39-11 advantage in shots.

  • The Student Princes registered eight consecutive goals to jump out to an early 8-0 lead at the half. 
  • Heidelberg outshot the Muskies 16-5 in the second half en route to the 14-1 victory over the Muskies. 
  • Late in the contest, Hines netted the lone goal for the Muskies.