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Twelve Fighting Knight Women Score in 26-2 Win over North Greenville; 22Assists, Johnson’s 8G/1A Lead

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AH-Plantation alum Jordyn McCullough 2G, Hagerty alum Catie O’Connor 1G/3A, All Saints Academy alum Sara Williams 1G

via Lynn press release/website


Twelve Fighting Knights score in win over North Greenville

BOCA RATON, Fla. – Twelve different players scored a goal and 14 registered as least one point as the 20th-ranked Lynn University women’s lacrosse team cruised to a 26-2 win over visiting North Greenville, Tuesday afternoon.
The Fighting Knights have now won five-consecutive games and are 6-1 overall on the season.

– Lynn outshot the Crusaders 42-5 and the 26 goals are one shy of tying a program record
– The Fighting Knights were a perfect 14-of-14 on clear attempts, scooped up 13 ground balls and earned 19 draw controls
– Lynn scored nine goals in the opening quarter behind three goals from junior Kristyn Johnson and two from sophomore Elizabeth Clagett
– Clagett opened the second frame with a goal just 29 seconds in for a 10-0 lead
– Johnson closed the first half with four-straight goals for a 15-0 lead at halftime
– Freshman Catie O’Connor scored the first goal of the second half 39 seconds into play
– Sophomore Rebecca Clark opened the fourth with a goal and a 21-2 advantage
– Freshman Angelia Huggins tacked on two in the fourth to set the final at 26-2
– Johnson finished with eight goals, one assist and two draw controls
– Clark again filled up the stat sheet with three goals, four assists, three ground balls, four caused turnovers and one draw control
– Junior Mallory Jarka scored twice and handed out four assists
– Sophomore Olivia Fox scored one goal and added four assists
– Clagett (three goals/one assist) and O’Connor (one goal/three assists) finished with four points each
– Sophomore Isabella Connelly recorded 10 draw controls and now has 100 for her career
– Freshman keeper Reagan Stewart played 30 minutes in goal for the win
– Lynn hosts Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday at 4:00 pm