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Patterson/Gerber 1stQ Hat Tricks Push 9-0 Lead and Webber Women Cruise to the 18-8 Win over Anderson

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Robinson alum Kaitlyn Patterson 6G, Lake Wales alum Alia Loydd 1G/1A, Bartow alum Ayame Macedo 1G, East River alum Jordyn Davidson 7 of 9 saves

via Webber press release/website


Warriors Cruise Past Ravens

Babson Park, FL – The Webber International Women’s Lacrosse team hosted NCAA Division III opponent Anderson University Monday afternoon on the Warrior Turf Field. The Warriors jumped out to a 9-0 lead after the first quarter and took down the Ravens 18-8.  

Bryce Gerber started off the game with a bang, scoring the first two goals of the game. Kaitlyn Patterson scored next to make it 3-0. Ayame Macedo, scored before Gerber and Patterson combined for three more goals to make it 7-0. Michaela Haas would score from the free position before Patterson scored again making it 9-0 heading to the second quarter.  

The Ravens would score the first two goals in the second quarter before Natalie Baumgarten found the back of the net. After another Anderson goal, Jun Saito would score for the Warriors. Hailey Leavines also scored for Webber in the second quarter as Webber headed to halftime leading 12-4. 

Patterson scored first in the third quarter upping the lead to nine goals. Anderson would respond in kind soon after before the defense began to kick in. Neither team was able to score for eight minutes before Cheyenne Burton broke through and scored for the Warriors. Patterson found the net two more times for the Warriors as they headed to the fourth with a 16-6 lead.  

Alia Loydd scored for the Warriors in the fourth, as her goal was sandwiched by two goals from the Ravens. Webber would play stout defense, and a man-down goal from Saito would be the final score of the game as Webber went out victorious 18-8. 

Paterson and Gerber led the team with six points apiece, as Patterson had a double hat trick and Gerber had four assists to go along with her two goals. Asiah Dewberry led the team with six ground balls and three caused turnovers. In the goal, both Jordyn Davidson and Hannah Register both secured multiple saves, as Davidson had 7 and Register had 5. 

The Warriors will be back in action on Saturday, March 16th when they host their Crooked Lake Rivals at 4:30 PM on the Warrior Turf Field.  

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