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7-1 4thQ Lifts #4 SCAD to the 19-11 Win over #8 Keiser Women; Andrews 3G in Loss

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West Broward alum Milena Isturiz with 2A/5GBs/4CTOs/2DCs

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No. 8 Women’s Lacrosse Drops Home Contest to No. 4 SCAD, 11-19

Game Information
Score: No. 8 Keiser Seahawks 11, No. 4 SCAD Savannah Bees 19
Records: No. 8 Keiser (4-5, 0-1 SUN), No. 4 SCAD Savannah (7-5, 2-0 SUN)
Location: Multi-Purpose Field, West Palm Beach, Fla. 

No. 5 women’s lacrosse fell victim to a late run by the No. 4 SCAD Savannah Bees at home, dropping the Sun Conference opener 19-11. The Seahawks and Bees were separated by just two goals going into the fourth quarter, but SCAD would use seven goals in the final 15 minutes to pull away. Madison Andrews led Keiser in scoring with three goals on the day. Abbey Cannon and Hayley Frew each tied for the team lead of three points with Andrews.

First Quarter
Keiser 3, SCAD 3

  • Samantha Esher opened the first quarter with her seventh goal of the season 50 seconds into the contest.
  • The Bees’ Clarke Haas answered quickly with two goals less than a minute apart.
  • With 10:26 on the clock, Hayley Frew answered back with an assist from Abbey Cannon
  • To take the lead their second lead of the game, Annise Berkeley put one in for the Bees.
  • With 31 seconds left in the quarter, Madison Andrew’s tied the game with a free-position goal as the score was even going into the second.

Second Quarter
Keiser 9, SCAD 9

  • Andrew’s drew another free position shot to open up the second quarter, converting the chance for a 4-3 Seahawks lead.
  • Haas notched her third goal of the game with a free position shot with 12:13 remaining in the quarter.
  • A Seahawks fast break led by Milena Isturiz was finished by Cannon who regained the lead for KU.
  • With 10:12 on the clock, Haas hit Ainsley Jones to even up the score at 5-5.
  • Not too long after, Kamille Thomas ripped a shot into a wide-open net to take back the lead.
  • The Bees’ Jones and Annise Berkeley went on a three-goal run (8-6), with 4:08 remaining.
  • To end their run, Frew and Cannon connected once more to bring the Seahawks within 1.
  • Andrews secured her hat-trick with an assist from Isturiz to tie the game 8-8.
  • Chloe Foley recorded her first goal of the game with 1:40 on the clock for a 9-8 lead.
  • With a minute remaining in the first half, Berkeley scored to even the game heading into the break.
Third Quarter

SCAD 12, Keiser 10

  • Foley tallied the first goal of the second half within the first 60 seconds to give KU the lead.
  • Two minutes later, SCAD tied the game once again with a woman-up goal.
  • The Bees closed out the third quarter with back-to-back goals in the final three minutes.
Fourth Quarter

SCAD 19, Keiser 11

  • SCAD opened the fourth quarter with two more goals to make it 14-10 with 11:10 to play.
  • Emily McCall found MacKenzie Gibaud with 10:14 to go which made it 14-11.
  • The Bees would control the rest of the game, scoring five goals in the final seven minutes to take the 19-11 win.

Game Notes

  • Keiser drops to 4-5 with the loss.
  • The Seahawks fall to 0-1 in Sun Conference play.
  • Andrews led Keiser with three goals in the contest.
  • Andrews, Cannon, and Frew each had three points in the game.
  • Isturiz and Foley each recorded five groundballs in the game.
  • Isturiz also led the team with four caused turnovers.
  • Peyton Tomlinson continues to bring down draw crontrols with five more added today.

Team Leaders
No. 8 Keiser
Points: Andrews/Cannon/Frew (3)
Goals: Andrews (3)
Assists: Cannon/Isturiz (3)
Draw Controls: Tomlinson (5)
Ground Balls: Isturiz/Foley (5)
Caused Turnovers: Isturiz (4)
Saves: Wroe (6)

No. 4 SCAD
Points: Haas (8)
Goals: Haas (6)
Assists: Plume (6)
Draw Controls: Berkeley (10)
Ground Balls: Gibson (3)
Caused Turnovers: Roch/Ali (3)
Saves: Fowles (9)

Up Next

Keiser will be on the road for the next Thursday, March 28th, to play against (rv) Georgetown (Ky.). The opening draw control is set for 5:00 p.m. at Toyota Stadium in Georgetown, Kentucky.

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