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Chmelir’s 4G/3A Lead St Thomas Women to the 13-9 Road Win over Tennessee Wesleyan; Lubrant adds 3G, Dawson 10 Saves

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AH-Plantation alum Kaitlyn Chmelir with 4G/3A, Creekside alum Kiley Lubrant 3G, Mitchell alum Paige Peters 2G, Episcopal alum Olivia Parker 1G/3CTOs

Bobcats Defeat Tennessee Wesleyan on the Road

via St Thomas press release/website, by Alex Herrmann


ATHENS, Tn. (March 18, 2024) – The St. Thomas University (STU) Women’s Lacrosse team continued their road stint on Monday morning with a game against Tennessee Wesleyan University. The Bobcats defeated the Bulldogs in the match up 13-9, bringing their overall record to 4-4.

From the first whistle, the Bobcats dominated possession, showcasing their skillful passing and strategic play. Kaitlyn Chmelir set the tone early with a shot that found the back of the net. Chmelir led the team with four goals and three assists against the Bulldogs. Olivia Parker and Paige Peters showcased their skills, each notching a goal, putting the Bobcats up 3-0 in the first quarter. Parker proved to be a powerhouse on both ends of the field, recording three cause turnovers in the game on top of her goal. The Bulldogs responded at the beginning of the second quarter, but the Bobcats fired right back. Kylie Lubrant earned herself a hat trick, scoring three goals in a row for the Bobcats to put them up 6-1. The Bobcats finished the first half with a lead of 9-2 against Tennessee Wesleyan.

The Bobcats continued to dominate in the second half, adding four more goals to their tally. The bulldogs attempted to close the gap, adding seven more goals in the second half, but the Bobcats did not let them take the lead. Chmelir notched a hat trick in the second half, putting up three more goals to her existing one, while Jorja Schooler added another goal as well, finishing the game with two goals to her name.

As the final whistle blew, St. Thomas emerged victorious with a 13-9 win over Tennessee Wesleyan. With standout performances from Chmelir, Lubrant, and Peters, the Bobcats celebrated a hard-fought triumph, while the Bulldogs vowed to regroup and come back stronger in their next encounter. The Bobcats will return home for a match up against SCAD-Savannah on Thursday, March 21st at 7 p.m.