Women's Lacrosse Runs Away From Plymouth State in Home Opener

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BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin College women's lacrosse team scored 21 straight goals to ease to a 21-2 win over Plymouth State in their home opener Wednesday evening at Ryan Field.

The 13th-ranked Polar Bears pick up their first win of the season and move to 1-1. The Panthers fall to 1-2 on the year.

Game Highlights

  • Plymouth scored the first and last goals of the game, but it was all Bowdoin in-between.
  • After the Panthers notched a goal at 27:26 from Victoria Hernandez, Elizabeth Growney started a 11-0 surge for the Polar Bears over a span of 12 minutes in the first half.
  • Growney scored three times in the run as Bowdoin pushed the contest into running time.
  • Colleen McAloon closed the half with consecutive goals to give Bowdoin a 12-1 edge at the break.
  • Bowdoin scored the first nine goals of the second half, including three from Amanda Anderson and Gloria Zhao.
  • Meg McAndrew closed the night with a goal for Plymouth with 24 seconds remaining.

By The Numbers

Up Next

  • Bowdoin returns to NESCAC play Saturday at noon when they host Hamilton.
  • Plymouth State will head to Waterville to play at Colby on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.