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Women's Lacrosse - Wed, Feb. 27, 2013 by Troy Baranik

Fayetteville, NC-- The St. Andrews women's lacrosse team continued their undefeated start to the season as they again dominated their opponent from start to finish in a 19-3 rout of Methodist College Wednesday afternoon in Fayetteville.

Junior Catherine Lovallo led the Knights with 6 goals while senior Victoria Bickett had 4 goals and 6 ground balls as she was able to completely dominate the draw controls. Senior Megan Jolly then chipped in 3 goals along with 3 assists while senior Shana Schroeder had another 3 goals (all in first half) and led with 8 groundballs.

Also scoring for the Knights were freshman Anastasia Schultz and senior Ramsey Vogt.

SAU thoroughly dominated the first half as they got off to a 15-1 lead at halftime before settling for just 4 goals in the second half. They outshot the Monarchs 26-10 overall and collected 30 ground balls. Schroeder now has 13 goals on the season while Lovallo has 15 goals, which leads the team.  Goalkeeper Meghan Powell also made 5 saves on 10 shots for the Lady Knights.

SAU (3-0) finally returns home for their home opener when they host conference foe Tennessee Wesleyan (1-1) at 1 pm this Saturday at Knights Field.

 
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