Women’s lacrosse breezes through Centenary (N.J.)

Women’s lacrosse breezes through Centenary (N.J.)

DOVER, Del. – The Wesley College women's lacrosse rolled through the Centenary (N.J.) Cyclones, 19-1 on Tuesday to collect their fourth consecutive win to start the 2018 season.

Wesley got to the running clock early, putting up a 10-goal lead in the first 10 minutes of the game and taking a 16-0 lead into halftime.

With the big lead, Wesley went conservative in the second half. Wesley added three goals in the second half to go on a 19-0 run before Erika Bath put Centenary on the board with five minutes to go in the game.

Fallon Fore paced the Wesley offense with five goals and an assist. Paige Brehm and Brianna Bacon netted hat tricks while Stacey O'Neale scored twice in the win. Bacon, Tiaziah Wright and Rodneisha Scott each assisted on two goals apiece.

Maddison Cypher facilitated the ball in the Wesley scoring zone with five assists. Cypher, Wright, Bailey Grey, Taylor Speicher, Francesca Benitez, Sarah Fryer all notched goals for the Wolverines.

Shelby Schirmer had an easy day in goal for the Wolverines stopping two of the three shots that came her way.

The Wolverines (4-0) will look to match their program-best five-game winning streak when they take on the Lancaster Bible Chargers on Saturday at 1 p.m. from Drass Field at Scott D. Miller Stadium. At halftime, the Wolverines will honor their returning lacrosse alumni.