Women's Lacrosse drops tough 15-1 decision at Sewanee (Tenn.)

Women's Lacrosse drops tough 15-1 decision at Sewanee (Tenn.)

By Caleb Scott

SEWANEE, Tenn. — The Ohio Northern women's lacrosse team fell 15-1 at Sewanee (Tenn.) in its final contest of its spring break trip on Wednesday evening at Hardee-McGee Field.

The Polar Bears fall to 2-2 overall, while the Tigers improve to 6-1 overall.

Sophomore Ann McArn (Bay Village/Western Reserve Academy) scored the lone Northern goal to lead the Polar Bears.

Senior Shannen Larsen Van Alstine (Neenah, Wis.) picked up a team-best four ground balls and caused a game-high four turnovers, while junior Emily Hershberger (Jackson Township/Jackson) picked up three ground balls.

Sewanee scored just 52 seconds into the contest and would go on to take a 10-0 lead into the intermission.

After the Tigers scored the second half's first five goals, McArn scored a free position goal with 6:40 left in the contest to give ONU its first goal of the game.

Larsen Van Alstine recorded a game-high seven saves in the contest, while sophomore Kelli Hill (Worthington) added three saves.

Northern will return to home on Saturday, as they welcome Cleary (Mich.) to Dial-Roberson Stadium for a 1 pm contest.