Friday, March 8, 2019, 1 pm - Pride Field, Greensboro, N.C.
Friday's Game: The Ohio Northern women's lacrosse program wraps its 2019 Spring Break trip this Friday afternoon with a nonconference contest at Greensboro (N.C.) ... Match time is set for 1 p.m. at Pride Field ... The Polar Bears are coming off a 15-3 defeat at Guilford (N.C.) on Tuesday afternoon ... Juniors Ann McArn, Rachel Shipman, and Jacqui Lohman each registered a goal in the affair ... Meanwhile, goalkeeper Kelli Hill recorded a career-high 15 saves and led ONU with four ground balls in net ... Sophomore defender Hannah Cornelius also posted a career-high three ground balls ... Through three games, Lohman leads the team with 8 goals, 8 points, and 21 shots ... Betsy Naugle has seven points on six goals and an assist this season ... Meanwhile, junior Maddie Storr also has seven points on two goals and a team-high five assists ... Storr and Betsy Naugle rank 1-2 on ONU's all-time career scoring list with 61 and 55 goals, respectively ... Junior Rachel Shipman leads the Polar Bears with 11 ground balls this season ... She is also the all-time career leader with 25 assists while ranking fourth all-time in goals with 47 ... Storr (72), Shipman (72), and Naugle (68) hold down the top three spots in total career points at ONU ... Hill has recorded 28 saves, a 48.3% save percentage, and nine ground balls in 181 minutes in goal this season ... Greensboro enters the contest sporting a 0-1 overall record after falling to Southern Virginia 19-7 on February 26 ... Senior Kara Whitson led the team with a three-goal hat trick and tied for the team lead with four ground balls ... Junior Peyton Joyce tops the Pride with 11 draw controls and ties Whitson with four ground balls ... In net, freshman goalkeeper Sada Hollowell recorded 13 saves over the 60 minutes in her first collegiate start.
ONU Statistical Leaders:
All-Time Series: This is the first meeting between the two schools.
ONU head coach Beth Hemminger: Hemminger in her second season at ONU with a 17-34 record, a winning percentage of .333. She is 49-46 in six years as a head coach overall, a winning percentage of .516.