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#6 Keiser Women Repel Warriors with 25-7 Win, Webber Outshot 38-10, 23-10 DCs; Gibaud, Cannon, Foly 4G for Seahawks, Gerber 5G/1A, Patterson 1G/2A for Webber – Both Recaps

Seminole Ridge alum Lucy Single 2G, South Fork alum Victoria Francisco 2A, West Broward alum Milena Isturiz 1A/3CTOs/4DCs, Sebastian River alum Haley Knudsen 1G for Keiser. Robinson alum Kaitlyn Patterson 1G/2A, East Ridge alum Jordyn Davidson 11 saves, Avon Park alum Asiah Dewberry 2GBs/3CTOs for Webber.

via the school press releases/websites


Two Team Records Go Down as No. 6 Women’s Lacrosse Crushes Webber, 25-7

Game Information
Score: No. 6 Keiser Seahawks 25, Webber International Warriors 7
Records: No. 6 Keiser (9-6, 3-2 SUN), Webber (9-6, 1-4 SUN)
Location: Multi-Purpose Field, West Palm Beach, Fla.

A record-breaking day for the No. 6 Keiser women’s lacrosse team contributed to their most lopsided game of the year, defeating the Webber International Warriors 25-7. The Seahawks were led by Madison Andrews who tallied seven points on three goals and four assists. Abbey CannonChloe Foley, and MacKenzie Gibaud each found the back of the net four times for KU. With 43 points on the day, Keiser set the record for the most points in a game in program history. As a team, the Seahawks also broke the record for most assists in a game with 18.

First Quarter
Keiser 8, Webber 1

  • Three minutes into the contest, Abbey Cannon found MacKenzie Gibaud in front of net to open the scoring.
  • Less than two minutes later, Madison Andrews found a wide-open Chloe Foley in front of the net who buried her 25th goal of the year.
  • Bryce Gerber notched her first goal of the game for Webber with 8:44 on the clock to put the Warriors on the board.
  • With just over five minutes left in the first, Cannon and Peyton Tomlinson tallied back-to-back goals to increase the lead to 4-1.
  • One minute later, Gibaud had her second goal of the game, beating the keeper low to up the lead to 5-1.
  • She would finish her hat trick between goals from Hayley Frew and Foley as Keiser led by seven going into the second quarter.

Second Quarter
Keiser 13, Webber 6

  • Samantha Esher had her first goal of the day against her former team less than a minute into the second as Keiser’s run continued.
  • Foley scored again to make it 10-1 before consecutive goals from Gerber made it 10-3.
  • The two sides traded goals before Gerber had her fourth of the game to cut Keiser’s lead to six with 4:33 to go in the half.
  • Krystal Beebe closed out the half with a fancy finish to put the Seahawks ahead 13-6 going into the break.
Third Quarter

Keiser 19, Webber 6

    • The Seahawks took back control of the game with a 5-0 run in the third to put KU up 18-6 with 2:57 remaining.
    • With just 10 seconds left in the third, Lucy Single got on the board with her fifth goal of the year to make it 19-6 going into the fourth.
    Fourth Quarter

    Keiser 25, Webber 7

      • Single scored again to start the fourth before Emily Ferris scored her first goal of the season with 10:09 remaining.
      • Keiser closed out the game on a 13-1 scoring run to put the cherry on top of a 25-7 victory.

      Game Notes

      • Keiser moves to 9-6 on the year.
      • The Seahawks are now 3-2 in Sun Conference play.
      • Keiser holds a 4-4 record at home this season after the win.
      • The Seahawks broke the record for most points in a game with 43 and the most assists in a game with 18.
      • Andrews had a hat trick along with a game-best four assists to lead Keiser with seven points.
      • Cannon, Foley, and Gibaud each scored four goals in the contest.
      • Sydney Passaro had a hat trick of assists for the second time this season.
      • Jasmine Sidawi led the defense with four caused turnovers in the game.
      • Gibaud made her presence known throughout the field with a team-high four groundballs.
      • Tomlinson led the Seahawks in the circle with six draw controls on the day.
      • Margaret Wroe earned the win in net before being relieved by Cassidy Green in the fourth.

      Team Leaders
      No. 6 Keiser
      Points: Andrews (7)
      Goals: Cannon/Foley/Gibaud (4)
      Assists: Andrews (4)
      Draw Controls: Tomlinson (6)
      Ground Balls: Gibaud (4)
      Caused Turnovers: Sidawi (4)
      Saves: Wroe (3)

      Webber International
      Points: Gerber (6)
      Goals: Gerber (5)
      Assists: Patterson (2)
      Draw Controls: Couch (3)
      Ground Balls: Four Tied (2)
      Caused Turnovers: Dewberry (3)
      Saves: Davidson (11)

      Up Next

      Keiser hosts St. Thomas on Saturday, April 13 for Senior Day in West Palm Beach, Fla. The opening draw control from the Multi-Purpose Field is set for 12:00 p.m.

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      Warriors Drop to Seahawks

      West Palm Beach, FL – The Webber International Women’s Lacrosse team traveled to West Palm Beach to take on the Keiser Seahawks Thursday afternoon. The Warriors played tough but were unable to take down the Seahawks, losing 25-7. 

      The Warriors found themselves down early, allowing two goals before Bryce Gerber scored, making it 2-1. Webber would give up six unanswered goals as the game headed to the second quarter with Webber down 8-1. 

      The Seahawks were able to extend their lead to 10-2 before Gerber scored back-to-back goals for the Warriors. Gerber assisted Natalie Baumgarten for the Warriors’ next score before Kaitlyn Patterson scored from the free position. Gerber scored once more for the Warriors with an assist from Patterson, as the Warriors headed into the half down 13-6. 

      The Warriors would be shutout in the third quarter as the Seahawks scored six unanswered goals to take a 19-6 lead into the fourth quarter. 

      Gerber would score the final goal for the Warriors with another assist from Patterson. Webber would fall to the Seahawks 25-7. 

      Gerber led the team with six points off of five goals and one assist. Patterson had three on one goal and two assists, while Baumgarten had one on one goal. Gerber, Reyanna TroupeAyame Macedo, and Asiah Dewberry all had two ground balls, while Dewberry led with three caused turnovers. In the goal, Jordyn Davidson had 11 saves while Hannah Register had two.  

      The Warriors will be back in action on Saturday, April 13th when they host the Ave Maria Gyrenes for Senior Day on the Warrior Turf Field.  

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