BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Wesleyan Lady Bobcat lacrosse team couldn’t get much going against Frostburg State in a home contest Wednesday afternoon at Ross Field.
Wesleyan dropped a 24-3 contest.
Frostburg State took control of the game early on as they scored nine goals in the first 11 minutes of action.
Wesleyan got on the board at the 17:21 mark with the first of two goals by Iris Kolenich to make it a 9-1 game.
Frostburg State scored five more unanswered before Kolenich struck again with a goal with 7:16 left in the opening half making the score 14-2.
Frostburg State added three more goals in the half for a 17-2 advantage.
Frostburg State outscored Wesleyan by a 7-1 margin in the second half.
The lone Wesleyan second-half goal belonged to Victoria Sisson at the 15:03 mark.
Sisson has scored a goal in every contest thus far for the Lady ‘Cats.
Frostburg State improved to 3-3 overall and 2-1 in the MEC.
Wesleyan dropped to 0-3 and 0-3 in the MEC.
Wesleyan will play again today at Alderson Broaddus in a MEC clash at noon.
Frostburg State 17 7 – 24
West Virginia Wesleyan 2 1 – 3
Goals – Frostburg State: Erin Bryce 4, Summer Cavey 3, Stephanie King 3, Lilly Stephens 3, Maggie Roszko 2, Lindsay Kohlmann 2, Anna Kearney 2, Cammie Schniedwind 2, Willow Walters 1, Shelby Brunett 1, Grace Bagosy 1. Totals 24; West Virginia Wesleyan: Iris Kolenich 2, Victoria Sisson 1. Totals 3.
Assists – Summer Cavey 4, Maggie Roszko 2, Lindsay Kolhman 1, Stephanie King 1, Erin Bryce 1, Anna Kearney 1, Lilly Stephens 1. Totals 11; West Virginia Wesleyan: None.
Saves – Frostburg State: Crosby Whitney 1, Shay Mckenna 0; West Virginia Wesleyan: Caelainn Morrison 5, Gabrielle Cleaveland 9.
Shots – Frostburg State: 42; West Virginia Wesleyan: 6.
Free position shots – Frostburg State 8; West Virginia Wesleyan: 1.
Turnovers – Frostburg State: 8; West Virginia Wesleyan: 25.
Clears – Frostburg State: 13-14; West Virginia Wesleyan: 6-15.
Ground balls – Frostburg State: 31; West Virginia Wesleyan: 11.
Draw Controls – Frostburg State: 16; West Virginia Wesleyan: 10.