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Webber Women Hold Off 4thQ Rally for the 10-9 Win over Catawba; East Ridge’s Jordyn Davidson 18 Saves, Gerber 3G/2A

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Robinson alum Kaitlyn Patterson 2G/1A, Freedom alum Makayla Senter 2G

via Webber press release/website


Davidson’s 18 Saves Helps Warriors Take Down Indians

Babson Park, FL – The Webber International Women’s Lacrosse team hosted NCAA Division II Opponent Catawba College on Monday morning on the Warrior Turf Field. Fueled by 18 saves from starting Goalie Jordyn Davidson, the Warriors took down the Indians 10-9. 

Kaitlyn Patterson and Bryce Gerber took the first shots for Webber on Monday, but neither were able to find the goal. Davidson picked up her first two saves of the day before Makayla Senter would find the back of the net off a feed from Gerber. A turnover caused by Asiah Dewberry set up Gerber to score the next goal, this time off a pass from Patterson. Davidson would pick up four consecutive saves before finally conceding one, as Webber headed to the second quarter up 2-1. 

The Indians were able to tie it at 2-2 early in the second quarter, however, this goal would be quickly negated on a free-position-goal from Patterson. With under three minutes to go in the half, Catawba was able to tie it again. This would not stand for very long as Jun Saito scored soon after as the game went into halftime 4-3 in favor of the Warriors.  

Ayame Macedo and Gerber paced both teams to begin the third, as their goals doubled the Warriors’ lead to 6-3. Senter would get back on board for Webber as she scored from a free-position-shot to make it 7-3 Warriors. A man-up goal from Patterson with an assist from Gerber extended the lead to five before the Indians were finally able to get one past Davidson. Natalie Baumgarten would also score on a free-position-shot making it 9-4 heading into the fourth quarter. 

Gerber would score the final goal for the Warriors, making it 10-4 halfway through the final frame. The Indians tried to stage a late comeback, but the Warrior defense held strong as Webber took down Catawba 10-9. 

Gerber led the team with five points on three goals and two assists. Patterson had three points from two goals and one assist, while Senter had two points from both goals. Defensively, Macedo led the team with three ground balls and two caused turnovers. Patterson and Dewberry also caused two turnovers each. In the goal, Davidson ended her day with 18 saves in the net. 

The Warriors will be back in action on Wednesday, March 6th when they host Lawrence Tech at 12 PM on the Warrior Turf Field.  

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