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Freedom Alum Makayla Senter’s 5G Lead Webber Women over Georgetown (Ky) 12-11; 6-1 4th Quarter Rally

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Two Goals in Last 44 Seconds, 5 Goals in Last 6:35 – Game Winner by Robinson Alum Kaitlyn Patterson (2G)

via Webber press release/website


Warriors Take Down Tigers in Snowy Conditions

Georgetown, KY – On a day that was delayed due to snow on the ground, the Webber International Women’s Lacrosse team played spoiler to the Georgetown Tigers. After being down by four headed into the fourth quarter, the Warrior offense exploded scoring six goals in the final frame to shock the Tigers, 12-11.

Georgetown got on the board first, scoring twice to take a 2-0 lead. Bryce Gerber got the Warriors on the board soon after and the game was on. Maria Horrell scored less than two minutes after Gerber did, tying the game at 2. Kaitlyn Patterson was the next to score for Webber, as she scored from the free position, giving Webber its first lead of the game. After multiple Warrior shots were saved, the Tigers were able to tie the game 3-3 before the end of the quarter.

Makayla Senter scored for the Warriors after Georgetown retook the lead in the second quarter. She scored again to make it 5-4 halfway through the quarter. A Warrior penalty allowed the Tigers to tie it on a man-up opportunity, and both teams headed to halftime tied at 5-5.

The start of the third quarter was mostly quiet, as neither team was able to get a shot off for the first five minutes. The Tigers however were able to get two quick goals, to take a 7-5 lead. Webber was unable to get anything going, as Georgetown would score another two goals to take their largest lead of the game, 9-5. Gerber was able to get her second goal of the game to bring it within three, but another goal from the Tigers would negate that. Webber would be down four headed into the fourth quarter.

Webber won the opening draw control for the fourth quarter and got to work.  After a shot from Gerber went wide, Hailey Leavines hit the back of the net for the score. Senter also found the goal soon after, to put Webber down by two, 10-8. With the Warriors down a man, Senter scored again for the Warriors. Senter found the goal once more for Webber, tying the game at 10. A draw-control win for Georgetown allowed them one more score, but a goal from Gerber tied it up, and a free-position goal from Patterson with 18 seconds left sealed the victory for the Warriors.

Senter led the team with five points, all coming from goals. Gerber had three and Patterson had two. Defensively, Ayame Macedo led the team with three ground balls, while Patterson and Evelin Montada had two caused turnovers each.

The Warriors will be back in action on Thursday, February 22nd when they travel to Missouri to take on the Culver Stockton Wildcats at 4 PM.

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