Women's Lacrosse Uses Offensive Outburst to Level ODAC Record
LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Randolph defeated Hollins 22-1 today, matching the program record for goals in a game.
Eisele now has three five-goal games this year. She added three assists.
Klevenz's fourth five-goal game this year moves her into first place in the ODAC in goals, assists and points. She had two assists in this contest, as well.
First-year Chelsea Marciniak (Centreville, Md./Sts. Peter and Paul) had three goals and four assists.
Sophomore Taylor Riccardi (Lexington, Va./Rockbridge Co.) also had four assists to go with her two goals.
The WildCats won 18 of the game's 25 draw controls and held a 28-18 edge in ground balls to go with the 33-6 advantage in shots.