PSU Women’s Lacrosse downed at #13 Bowdoin

PSU Women’s Lacrosse downed at #13 Bowdoin

Panthers fall to NESCAC power 

            BRUNSWICK, Maine – Plymouth State University scored the first and last goals of the game, but in between it was all #13 Bowdoin College as the Polar Bears rolled to a 21-2 win in a non-conference women's lacrosse game at Howard F. Ryan Field on Wednesday evening.

            PSU went ahead at 27:26, but the Polar Bears answered with an 11-0 run over the next 12 minutes and the hosts took a 12-1 lead at the half. Bowdoin scored the first nine goals of the second half before the Panthers closed the scoring in the final seconds.

            Plymouth State drops to 1-2, while the Polar Bears pick up their first win of the year to move to 1-1.


            The Basics:

            Plymouth State 2, #13 Bowdoin 21


            Plymouth State (1-2)

            #13 Bowdoin (1-1)


            How it Happened.

  • Junior Victoria Hernandez (Danvers, Mass.) gave the Panthers the lead 2:34 into the game, but the Polar Bears answered with 12 straight goals to build a commanding lead at the half.
  • Bowdoin continued to flex its offensive muscle to open the second half, scoring nine straight times.
  • Junior Meg McAndrew (South Windsor, Conn.) capped the scoring with her fourth tally of the year in the final minute.


            Inside the Numbers:

  • McAndrew also tallied an assist to post her second multi-point game of the year.
  • Junior Meaghan Allard (Amherst, N.H.) made four saves in the opening half before giving way to freshman Sam Porter (Weare, N.H.) who stopped two shots in the second.
  • Allard fell to 1-2 on the season.
  • Porter picked up a team-high four ground balls, while sophomore Devon Mello (Laconia, N.H.) led the Panthers with three draw controls.


            Up Next:

  • The Panthers continue their tough stretch at #17 Colby College on Sunday (Mar. 8) at 1:00 p.m.



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