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Webber Women Cruise to 20-7 Win over Tennessee Wesleyan; Gerber 5G/4A, Robinson Alum Kaitlyn Patterson 5G

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Flanagan alum Courtnie Couch 2G, Freedom alum Makayla Senter 1G/1A in win


Gerber and Patterson’s Career Day Lead Warriors to a Home Opening Win

Babson Park, FL – The Webber International Women’s Lacrosse team made their home debut on Thursday afternoon. The Warriors out shot their opponents 40-8 to have a running clock 19 minutes in. With this, Webber moves to 4-1 on the year.

Kaitlyn Patterson and Bryce Gerber lead the warriors with five goals apiece as both notched their 100th of their career. Goalies, Jordyn Davidson and Hannah Register led the defense as they allowed only seven total goals. Davidson earns her third win of the season as the Warriors breeze past the Bulldogs. 

Patterson got things started for the Warriors as she scored her first goal less than a minute in. Gerber followed up with a goal of her own two minutes later. TWU went on a 3-0 run as they took the lead with seven minutes left in the first quarter. Gerber didn’t let them bask in their own glory for too long before she tied the game. 

Hailey Leavines and Jun Saito notched the next two goals for the Warriors. Patterson and Gerber added two to the score with four minutes left in the first stanza. Maria Horrell ended the first quarter with a goal to extend the Warriors’ lead to five. 

Natalie Baumgarten opened the second quarter with a man up free position goal. The Warriors then went on a 5-1 scoring run to ignite running clock with three minutes left in the first half. 
Patterson opened the second half with a man-down goal to extend Webber’s lead to 11. Reliza Ann Fitzpatrick and Courtnie Couch grabbed two more goals for the Warriors as the third quarter came to a close. 

Hannah Register came in as the goalie to start the fourth quarter. The Warriors scored three more goals to ensure the win over the Bulldogs. 

Gerber led the team with nine points, on five goals and four assists. Patterson was the next leader with five points, all on goals. Defensively, Alia Loydd led with four ground balls while also causing three turnovers. Asiah Dewberry had three groundballs and one caused turnover.

The Warriors will be back in action on Monday, March 4th when they host Catawba College at 10 am. 

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