Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/13/23
From Press Release
Emily Wills (Agnes Irwin) and Katie Detwiler (Archbishop Carroll) had career games Wednesday night for the visiting Loyola University Maryland women’s lacrosse team as the No. 11 Greyhounds defeated No. 22 Princeton, 20-10.
Senior attack Emily Wills had a career-high four goals to go along with a career-high seven points on the night. Grad student defender Detwiler had seven draw controls and one caused turnover.
In what has been a common theme over the past few games for the Greyhounds, they’re offense started the game strong, scoring four goals in the first five minutes of the game. In total, the Greyhounds scored seven goals in the first quarter, scored by four different players. Chase Boyle, Sydni Black and Anna Ruby all scored two goals in the first quarter, with Jillian Wilson adding the other goal.
The Greyhounds (11-2 overall) offense didn’t stop there, as the Greyhounds outscored the Tigers 12-3 in the second and third quarters. Boyle continued her strong play as of late, scoring four of her five goals in the first half. Wills started the scoring in the second half, as she scored her third goal of the game off of an assist from Jillian Wilson. Meg Hillman followed it up with a goal of her own, as the Greyhounds led 15-6 with 12:55 left in the third quarter. From here, the Greyhounds controlled the rest of the game, as they held the Tigers to just one shot in the third quarter.
Chase Boyle tied a career-high with five goals, a mark that she has reached in three of the last four games. She also added an assist on the night for a six-point performance. Anna Ruby added a hat-trick on the night, while Jillian Wilson tied a career-high with three assists to go along with a pair of goals. Georgia Latch had two goals and two assists on the night, while Sydni Black had two goals and one assist. Meg Hillman and Sarah Engle both added goals on the night.
The Greyhounds once again controlled the draw control battle, as they won 21-11 in draw controls. Jillian Wilson tied a career-high with 14 draw controls on the night, while Detwiler had the other seven. The Greyhounds also had 12 assists on the night, compared to just one assist for the Tigers.
The Tigers (5-6 overall) were led by Abigail Roberts who had four goals on the night. Nina Montes also added a hat-trick for the Tigers. Mckenzie Blake (Haddonfield) had a goal, three draws and a caused turnover.