DOVER, Del. – Wesley College's women's lacrosse team fell in Capital Athletic Conference action to No. 6 Salisbury, 19-2, on Wednesday night at Scott D. Miller Stadium. The Wolverines fall to 4-6 on the year and 0-3 in the CAC while the Sea Gulls improve to 8-2 overall with a 4-0 mark in league play.
Salisbury took the lead just 43 seconds into the game and scored the first 12 goals of the day before Wesley was able to get on the board. A long pass from goalkeeper Savannah Clough to Summer Stone at midfield got past the defense and Stone fed Rylee Gould who was able to beat the goalkeeper one-on-one for a score with 25:19 remaining in the game.
Kaitlin Brennan then scored another goal for Wesley off a pass from Kaitlyn Ennis, cutting the deficit to 12-2 with just over 24 minutes left in regulation but the Sea Gulls scored seven-straight times to close out the game.
Ennis led Wesley with four draw controls while Jessica Giaccone grabbed a team-high three ground balls. Clough stopped seven shots in goal for the Wolverines.
Salisbury got eight points from Sammi Quilter on four goals and four assists. Dana King also had seven points on three goals and four assists for the Sea Gulls who had four goalkeepers see playing time.
The Wolverines will go on the road for three CAC games starting with St. Mary's on Saturday, April 4 at 1 pm.