Keiser: #4 Women’s Lacrosse Cruises to their Second Win of the Year over Georgetown, 19-4
Score: No. 4 Keiser 19, Georgetown (Ky.) 4
Records: No. 4 Keiser (2-0), Georgetown (1-2)
Location: Multi-Purpose Field, West Palm Beach, Fla.
On a cloudless Monday morning, No. 4 women’s lacrosse shined in their second game of the year with a 19-4 win over Georgetown in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Keiser 6, Georgetown 1
- Sydney Passaro kicked off the scoring for the Seahawks off a beautiful feed from Talia Myers to put Keiser up 1-0.
- Abbey Cannon followed 30 seconds later with her first goal of the season with 13:12 on the clock.
- Georgetown scored their first with 12:26 remaining in the first before Madison Andrews countered with her seventh goal of the year.
- After Cannon scored her second, Kamille Thomas joined the scoring party with back-to-back goals to put the Seahawks up 6-1 after one quarter of play.
Keiser 12, Georgetown 3
- Andrews opened the second quarter scoring before Samantha Esher got on the board with her first of the game to put Keiser up 8-1 with 11:41 to play.
- After forcing a turnover on one end, Rebecca Gibson ran the length of the field and drew a free-position attempt. Gibson shot and scored her first goal since 2021 to put KU up 9-1.
- The Tigers countered with goals of their own sandwiched by Hayley Frew’s first goal of the season.
- Myers and Andrews finished off the half with one goal each to put Keiser ahead 12-3 going into the break.
Keiser 15, Georgetown 3
- The third quarter began with Andrews’ fourth goal of the game on a free-position attempt.
- Esher followed with a man-up goal with 9:12 showing to put the Seahawks up by 11.
- Leanza Gibaud finished the quarter with an unassisted goal to bring her season tally up to two.
Keiser 19, Georgetown 4
- MacKenzie Gibaud picked up where her sister left off with her third of the year to begin the fourth.
- With seven minutes to play, Andrews scored her team-leading fifth of the game to put Keiser ahead 17-3.
- Georgetown got one back in the final period by way of Madison Diaz with 4:46 on the clock.
- Emily McCall and Esher finished the game with two more for the Seahawks to bring the final score to 19-4.
- 23: Keiser was credited with 23 caused turnovers in the game which tied their third-best performance in program history.
- 11: The Seahawks used 11 different goal scorers on the day with three debut goals from Thomas, Cannon, and Frew.
- 7/5: Andrews tallied seven points on the day to lead the way for Keiser with a team-high five goals.
- 5: She also led the Seahawks in the circle with five draw controls in the game.
- 5/3: Margaret Wroe scooped up five groundballs and made three saves in the contest.
- 3: Esher finished just behind Andrews in goals with three on the day to put her season total at seven.
- 3: Four different players had three caused turnovers in the game as McCall, Myers, Andrews, and Sydney Parker all hit the mark.
- 2: Andrews, McCall, and Myers all tallied two assists in the game.
No. 4 Keiser
Points: Andrews (7)
Goals: Andrews (5)
Assists: Andrews/McCall/Myers (2)
Draw Controls: Andrews (5)
Ground Balls: Wroe (5)
Caused Turnovers: Myers/Parker/McCall/Andrews (3)
Saves: Wroe (3)
Points: Miller/Diaz (2)
Goals: Miller/Diaz (2)
Assists: Lair (1)
Draw Controls: Miller (8)
Ground Balls: Haney (13)
Caused Turnovers: Haney (6)
Saves: Haney (10)
Keiser will hop on a flight to Missouri this weekend for a couple of games against No. 8 Missouri Baptist and Ottowa (Kan.) on Saturday, February 25, and Monday, February 27.
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