Worcester State Edges Women’s Lacrosse on Wednesday

Worcester State Edges Women’s Lacrosse on Wednesday

ENGLEWOOD, Fla. – The Calvin women's lacrosse team was edged in a tight battle against Worcester State on Wednesday morning, with the Lancers winning, 13-10.

The Wednesday game was a game of runs, with Worchester State opening on a 3-0 run.

Senior Emma Hall (Harare, Zimbabwe/Chisipite Senior School) sparked a 6-0 run for Calvin, with the first goal of the day for the Maroon and Gold on a free-position shot.

With under 10 minutes remaining in the half, junior Kelly Pepper (Wyckoff, N.J./Indian Hills) poked the ball past the WSU keeper.

Senior Amanda Davio (Okemos, Mich./Okemos) tied the game with 5:39 remaining in the first half to send the teams to halftime tied at three.

Junior Emma Tilma (Grand Rapids, Mich./Grand Rapids Christian) gave Calvin the lead on a free-position shot.

Junior Genevieve Schneemann (Farmington, Mich./Farmington) scored 40 seconds later from a pass from Amanda Davio.

19 seconds later, Kelly Pepper found the back of the net.

The Lancers tied the game with three-straight goals over a six-minute stretch.

The Maroon and Gold responded with three-straight goals of their own from Kelly Pepper, Amanda Davio and Emma Hall.

Worcester closed the game on a 7-1 run. The lone Calvin goal came from Kelly Pepper on a free position shot.

Junior Ellis Chalfant (St. Louis, Mo./Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School) posted seven saves on Wednesday.

Amanda Davio led Calvin with seven shots against WSU.

Emma Hall finished with a team-high two caused turnovers and three ground balls. Sophomore Emma Verrett (Beaver, Pa./Beaver County Christian) had six draw controls.

Calvin closes spring break action on Friday against Western New England.