via Keiser press release/website
Score: No. 4 Keiser 22, Tennessee Wesleyan 0 Records: No. 4 Keiser (6-0), Tennessee Wesleyan (0-6) Location: Multi-Purpose Field, West Palm Beach, Fla.
For just the third time in program history, No. 4 Keiser women’s lacrosse recorded a shutout victory on Thursday afternoon with a 22-0 win over Tennessee Wesleyan. Multiple milestones were reached along with a few program records being approached by the end of the game.
Keiser 7, Tennessee Wesleyan 0
opened the game with her 21st goal of the season after just over a minute into the game. Madison Andrews
tallied two goals in the first six minutes of the game sandwiching a Hayley Frew goal to put Keiser ahead 4-0. Talia Myers Following
first goal of the game, Andrews scored again followed by Chloe Foley’s with her first of the day. Milena Isturiz The Seahawks held a 7-0 lead after the first quarter of play.
Keiser 14, Tennessee Wesleyan 0
Frew completed her hat trick with just under 14 minutes left in the half to put KU up 8-0.
With 12:37 on the clock,
recorded her first career goal for the Seahawks. Mayrin Rushford Myers tallied her second of the game before
got on the board with 6:21 showing to make it an 11-0 Seahawks lead. Emily McCall After a goal from
, Myers netted two more to get her third and fourth of the game to give Keiser a 14-0 lead going into the half. MacKenzie Gibaud
Keiser 17, Tennessee Wesleyan 0
Foley found a wide-open Isturiz in front of net with just over 10 minutes to play who sank her second of the game to put the Seahawks up 15-0.
Esher finished the quarter with back-to-back goals including a 360 goal and a behind-the-back no-look score to beat the buzzer.
Keiser 22, Tennessee Wesleyan 0
McCall netted her second of the game early in the fourth before Andrews finished her hat-trick to put Keiser up 19-0.
scored the first goal of her college career to make it 20-0 with five minutes to play. Carly Chretien Following Esher’s hat-trick goal, Chretien scored the final goal of the game off a pass from
to bring the final score to 22-0. Kamille Thomas
100/100: Both Myers and Esher surpassed 100 career points in the game.
38: The 38 points for the team tied for the fifth most points in a game in program history.
24: With 24 caused turnovers in the game, the defense tallied the third most caused turnovers in a game.
22/3: For the third time in program history, Keiser shut out their opponents with each yielding a 22-0 final result.
16: The 16 assists marked the second most in a game in the history of the program.
7: Esher tallied a season-high seven points in the game with a team-best four assists in the game.
had the best game of her young career with five caused turnovers and three groundballs. Makena Myers 5: Esher also led the team with five groundballs in the game.
4: Three different players recorded four draw controls as Frew, Isturiz, and Myers all hit the mark.
4: T. Myers scored a season-high four goals in the contest and added an assist.
0: The Keiser defense did not allow a single shot in the game.
No. 4 Keiser Points: Esher (7) Goals: T. Myers (4) Assists: Esher (4) Draw Controls: Frew/Isturiz/Myers (4) Ground Balls: Esher (5) Caused Turnovers: M. Myers (5) Saves: N/A Tennessee Wesleyan Points: N/A Goals: N/A Assists: N/A Draw Controls: Crisp (2) Ground Balls: Galberaith (6) Caused Turnovers: Galberaith/Ritter (2) Saves: Galberaith (7)
Keiser has a quick turnaround with Siena Heights in less than 24 hours on the home field in West Palm Beach, Fla.
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