Eagles’ Offense Pounds Hollins In Season Finale
BRIDGEWATER, Va. – Ten different players for the Bridgewater women's lacrosse team scored goals to as the Eagles were victorious in their last outing of the season in a 19-2 triumph over Hollins University.
Devilbiss then snuck a free position shot past the keeper with 25:20 left in the first frame, followed by a Jordyn Hutchins goal from a Freeman pass with 24:32 on the clock to boost the lead to 4-0.
Hennessy tallied her first goal of the game off a Hutchins pass with 15:55 on the clock before Hollins scored one of its two goals of the game, making the score 7-1.
Lydia Waldron scored the first goal of her career with 6:04 left in the first frame to put the Eagles up 8-1.
Both teams were held off of the scoreboard until 44 seconds remained in the half and Fletcher notched a goal off a Hennessy pass followed by an unassisted goal by Hennessy with 16 seconds left to give the Eagles a 10-1 lead heading into halftime.
Bridgewater outshot Hollins in the first half by a margin of 28-3.
Coming out of the break, the Eagles went on an 8-0 run. Freeman ignited the offense once again by netting a Waldron pass with 27:51 remaining in the game.
Waldron then scored her second unassisted goal of the game with 25:05 on the clock, followed by a Devilbiss tally to put the Eagles up 13-1.
With 20:51 left in the second half, Bafford fired a shot into the back of the net. Jesse Colligan responded with a man-up, free position goal to bring the Eagles' lead to 15-1 with 17:31 left in the game.
Lakin Engman scored the first goal of her career off a Hutchins pass with 15:23 on the clock, followed by back-to-back Alissa Miller goals off Hutchins and Engman passes, respectively, to boost the lead to 18-1.
With 1:14 on the clock, Chanci Wright netted the second goal for Hollins to cut the lead to 18-2, but couldn't hold off another Hennessy goal with 25 seconds remaining to lock the final score at 19-2.
For Hollins, Corrine Nicholson turned away 11 Eagles shots in the loss.
The Eagles' offense was led by three-goal games from Freeman and Hennessy, while Hutchins dished out three assists.
Hollins tallied a goal from Chanci Wright and Brandi Chesne for its offensive efforts.
The Eagles outshot Hollins 42-7 on the afternoon and picked up a ground ball advantage of 23-11.
Bridgewater wraps up the season with a 6-10 overall record.