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NAIA: Webber Women with the 19-8 Win Over Warner – Both Recaps

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Women’s Lacrosse Cruises past Bobcats, 19-8

BABSON PARK, Fla. (February 26, 2023) – The Webber International University women’s lacrosse team hosted St. Thomas University in a non-conference matchup on Saturday afternoon. The Warriors took down the Bobcats, 19-8, to earn their second victory to kick off a five-game home stretch.
The Warriors (4-1 overall) heavily outshot the Bobcats (1-4 overall), 42-26, in total and took advantage of possession, winning 21 of the 31 total draw controls.
Madison Hamilton and Makayla Senter both scored within the first two minutes of the match to hand Webber the early lead. The Bobcats struck back, however, before Bryce Gerber netted her first goal of the match. The Bobcats scored two more times before the Warriors offense caught fire and recorded six more to end the first quarter. Of those six, two were claimed by Sydney Britton and Gerber, and the last two by Courtnie Couch and Senter. 
Webber continued to extend its lead slowly but steadily over the course of the second quarter. The Warriors scored four goals in total for the period, including two from Couch. The Warriors looked to be in the driver’s seat with a 13-5 lead at the break.
The third quarter was relatively quiet for both teams as Gerber added another on the board for the Warriors. The Warriors defense held the Bobcats to one goal in the fourth quarter as Gerber tallied two more before Hamilton added yet another.
Gerber continues to lead the Warriors’ offense as she recorded seven goals and an assist for a total of eight points. She was followed by Britton with four, Senter and Couch each with three and Hamilton with two. Hamilton led the team in assists with three, followed by Alia Loydd and Gerber with one each. 
Hamilton finished with a team-high nine draw controls. Maria Horrell followed close behind with seven while Gerber tallied five. Ayame MacedoJordyn Davidson, Loydd and Gerber led in ground balls with three each. Davidson spent all 60 minutes in the cage with twelve saves.
The home stretch continues on Wednesday, March 1st as the Warriors take on Cabrini University at 1 p.m. on the Warrior Turf Field.


Warner Women’s Lacrosse Suffers Loss Against Crooked Lake Rival WIU

by Director of Athletic Communications, Jan Martinez

BABSON PARK, Fla-  Warner Women’s Lacrosse traveled across the lake to face Webber International University in a non conference matchup. 

Warner Women’s Lacrosse traveled to Babson Park, FL to face their cross town rivals in a non-conference matchup. The Warriors got off to a hot start against the Royals as they scored four goals within the first 4 minutes of the match. Hannah Glaser had a good game as she scored the only three goals for the Royals with her first one coming in the 12th minute of the game. The Royals struggled to defend the Warriors offensive attacks as Webber’s Bryce Gerber was able to score eight times throughout the game making it difficult for the Royals to mount a comeback in the second half of this match. The Royals were not able to go on a run and would eventually fall to the Warriors as they fell to 0-2 on the year. 

INSIDE THE MATCH: Warner vs  Webber International University
FINAL: Warner 3,  Webber International University 24
RECORDS: Warner (0-2),  Webber International University (3-1)


  • Hannah Glaser registered three goals, on five shots, and a ground ball for the Royals. 
  • Rori Snyder had a good game defensively as she registered three ground balls, and a caused turnover. 

The Royals will be traveling to West Palm Beach, FL to face Palm Beach Atlantic University in a non-conference matchup on Saturday, February 25 at 3:00pm.