ARLINGTON, Va. – Despite a career-high four goals by Kaitlyn Ennis, the Wesley College women's lacrosse team fell at Marymount, 15-8, in Capital Athletic Conference action on Wednesday afternoon. Both teams are now 4-8 overall while the Wolverines fall to 0-5 in the CAC compared to the Saints' 2-3 mark.
Ennis' four points matched her season-high while Kaitlin Brennan (2g) and Jessica Giaccone (1g, 1a) also had multi-point efforts. Ennis also had a team-high four ground balls, along with Rodneisha Scott and Mckenzie Marvel, and four draw controls. Giaccone and Summer Stone also caused three turnovers.
Ennis put Wesley on top with the game's first goal 94 seconds into the game, but Marymount answered with three-straight before Ennis found the back of the net with 17:39 left in the period to cut the deficit to a single goal.
Once again, the Saints added three more before Ennis notched the hat trick with an unassisted tally with 12:39 remaining in the period. Brennan was able to score on a free-position to close out the half with 1:16 left, but not before the saints added four more goals.
Wesley trailed, 10-4, at the half and traded goals to start the second but four-consecutive Saints goals extended the lead to ten goals to put the game out of reach with 13:24 remaining. The Wolverines scored the final three goals of the game but could not overcome the deficit.
Savannah Clough stopped six shots in goal for the Wolverines compared to seven saves by Marymount's Tylar Abrams. The Saints were led by Abby Wescott's six points on four goals and two assists.
The Wolverines make their final road trip of the season on Saturday, April 11 when they take on Frostburg State at 3 pm.