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Eagles Pull Away in Second Half at Frostburg

mikaela brooks clears the ball

FROSTBURG, Md. – The Bridgewater College women's lacrosse team pulled away in the second half of a 19-13 win at Frostburg State on Saturday.

When FSU's Jara Matlick scored with 17:40 remaining in the first half, it ended a school record scoreless streak of 160:16 for the Eagles and freshman goalie Mikaela Brooks (15 saves).

Bridgewater was already ahead 3-0 at that point, after goals from Kristen Stark, Sarah Yashinskie and Dwyer Neal.

Anna O'Hara scored seven goals for the Eagles, while Neal totaled six goals. Stark also had seven points on four goals and three assists, while Abby Houtz assisted on five of BC's tallies.

Jacqueline DiFulvio and Mackenzie Parcell led the defense with three caused turnovers each, with the duo also combining for five ground balls.

Bridgewater led just 9-8 with 21 minutes left, when the Eagles ran off six unanswered goals.

Two goals from Neal sandwiched one from Stark to open the run. Houtz then assisted O'Hara to make it 13-8.

Stark scored and then assisted Neal to make it 15-8 Bridgewater with 12:59 remaining in the contest.

Frostburg got six points from Morgan Cavey (four goals, two assists). Molly Biggers helped keep the Bobcats in the game with eight draw controls.

Bridgewater (4-0) remains undefeated, and will host Rowan on Monday at 4 p.m.