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Women's Lacrosse News & Highlights

April 02, 2013

Blue Jays' Offense Too Much For Eagles

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Eastern's Julia Furniss scored twice in Tuesday's game against Elizabethtown.

ELIZABETHTOWN, Pa.--Eastern Women's Lacrosse fell 20-5 to Elizabethtown on Tuesday afternoon.

The Eagles (0-8) leave their non-conference schedule behind for now. The Eagles open Freedom Conference play against Wilkes University at 1 p.m on Saturday at home. Historically this bodes well for the Eagles. Over the past four seasons they have a 4-22 record against non-conference opponents and an 18-12 record against conference teams.

On Tuesday, the Eagles allowed an early goal after the opening draw, but responded with a free position goal by Victoria Graham. Graham, who also plays Women's Soccer at Eastern, leads the Women's Lacrosse team with 13 goals this season.

However, the Elizabethtown Blue Jays scored 16 unanswered goals before halftime to put the game out of reach. Eastern's Angalena Malavenda, Sara Blaylock and Julia Furniss each scored in the second half. Furniss scored twice. Graham, Blaylock, Furniss and Malavenda are the top four leading scorers for the Eagles.

Box Score

Updated: Tuesday, 02 April 2013

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