Lee Lacrosse Falls To University Of Indianapolis
Friday, February 21, 2020
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – The University of Indianapolis Greyhounds flexed their muscles and showcased why they are ranked No. 12 in the nation as they rolled past the Lee women's lacrosse team, 21-4.
The Greyhounds scored early and often in taking a commanding 16-0 advantage into the halftime break. Abigail Lagos led the way with five goals and five assists. Peyton Romig and Lauryn Hardoy tallied four goals each.
Lee would finally get on the board with 26 minutes remaining when Jolee Davis found the back of the net off an assist from Giselle Gonzalez.
Two minutes later Gonzalez struck for the first of her two goals. She would also score the Lady Flames final goal with 11:17 remaining.
The high powered UIndy offense out shot the Lady Flames, 29-11. The Greyhounds held an 18-13 advantage on groundballs and dominated draw controls, 18-9.
Lee freshman keeper Caleigh Smith worked all 60 minutes in net and registered seven saves. Cassidy King earned the win for the home team with three saves and two goals allowed in 36:44 of work.
The loss drops the Lady Flames to 2-1 on the young season while UIndy improves to 2-0. Lee will stay on the road with a trip to Lebanon, Ill. to take on McKendree University. The Bearcats are 1-0 on the year with a 17-11 win over Northern Michigan last Saturday.