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Women's Lacrosse News & Highlights

March 19, 2014

Eagles Have Setback At Haverford

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Sara Blaylock scored twice in Wednesday's loss, bumping her season total to 18.

HAVERFORD, Pa.—Eastern Women’s Lacrosse fell 15-4 in a rainy Wednesday night non-conference game at Haverford College.

The Eagles dipped a game below .500 (3-4) with the loss, while Haverford improved to 4-2.

Sara Blaylock scored twice for the Eagles, and Anna Charlebois and Shannon Wilcox each scored once. Blaylock, Charlebois and Wilcox have scored a combined 44 goals through seven games.

Blaylock scored one of her goals on a free-position shot. The Eagles went 1-of-8 in free-position attempts while Haverford went 5-for-11.

The Fords jumped to a 5-0 lead to start the claim and went on a seven-goal run to close out the first half and open the second. Haverford’s Megan Gallagher tallied a game-high three goals.

Eastern does not play again until March 29 when they travel to No. 7 TCNJ.


Box Score

http://www.goeasterneagles.com/14boxscores/wl/wl0319eu.htm

Updated: Thursday, 20 March 2014

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