FROSTBURG (Md.) – The West Virginia Wesleyan lacrosse team suffered a 29-1 setback at the hands of Frostburg State Thursday afternoon at Bobcat Stadium.
Frostburg scored the first 18 goals of the first half before Victoria Sisson put in the final goal of the final goal of the half for Wesleyan making it an 18-1 contest.
Wesleyan was blanked in the second half by an 11-0 margin.
Stephanie King led Frostburg State with eight goals while Cammie Schniedwind had five and Lilly Stephens four.
Faith Hammerbeck made nine saves while Gabrielle Cleaveland made four stops for Wesleyan with Mckenna Shay stopping one for Frostburg State.
Frostburg State improved to 8-4 on the year.
Wesleyan dropped to 0-9.
The Lady Bobcats will close out their season Sunday at home with Charleston.
The contest will begin at 1 p.m.
West Virginia Wesleyan 1 0 – 1
Frostburg State 18 11 – 29
Goals – West Virginia Wesleyan: Victoria Sisson 1. Totals 1; Frostburg State: Stephanie King 8; Cammie Schniedwind 5; Lilly Stephens 4; Lindsay Kohlmann 3; Anna Kearney 3; Willow Walters 2; Lucy Baukhages 1; Grace Bagosy 1. Totals 29.
Assists – West Virginia Wesleyan: None. Frostburg State: Cammie Schniedwind 5; Summer Cavey 2; Lindsay Kohlmann 2; Stephanie King 2; Lilly Stephens 1; Anna Kearney 1. Totals 13.
Saves – West Virginia Wesleyan: Gabrielle Cleaveland 4; Faith Hammerbeck 9; Frostburg State: Mckenna Shay 1.
Shots – West Virginia Wesleyan: 6; Frostburg State: 49.
Free position shots – West Virginia Wesleyan: 4; Frostburg State: 9.
Turnovers – West Virginia Wesleyan: 17; Frostburg State: 14.
Clears – West Virginia Wesleyan: 4-15; Frostburg State: 7-8.
Ground balls – West Virginia Wesleyan: 11; Frostburg State: 26.