Baylor Lacrosse Wins Two Saturday

Saturday, March 15, 2014
             1       2       3       4       Final
Baylor          8       5       4       3       20
Webb BB 0       1       0       1       2

Baylor Stats: Ben Shuptrine (5g,1a), Ian Jump (2g, 4a), Walker Norris (3g, 2a), Blake Harmon (2g, 1a), Cayman Seagraves (2g), Preston Ballard (1g, 1a), Glenn Ireland (1g, 1a), John Golding (1g, 1a), Peyton Heard(1g), Nick Laufer(1g), John Hitchcock(1g), Will Anderson (1a), Robert Farrell(1a), Clay McEvoy(1a)
Alex Wood 4 gorund balls
Connor Sims 2 saves and Philip Thompson 2 saves
Baylor 3-2
Webb 2-5

Saturday, March 15
Starrs Mill (GA) @ Baylor

                1       2       3       4       Final
Baylor          4       4       4       3       15
Starrs Mills    1       0       1       4       6

Baylor Stats:  Peyton Heard (4g), Ian Jump (2g, 2a), Glenn Ireland (2g, 1a), Walker Norris (1g, 2a), Blake Harmon (1g, 2a), Ben Shuptrine (2g), John Hitchcock (1g, 1a), Cayman Seagraves (1g), Alex Ivey (1g)
Alex Wood 9 ground balls and Haden Lamance had 4 take-aways
Connor Sims 7 saves
Phillip Thompson 4 saves
Baylor is now 4-2
Starrs Mill is 1-5


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