The Lady Bulldogs started out strong against the Lady Panthers of Birmingham Southern College. Chelsea Walsh connected with the back of the net for her first goal of the game 19 seconds into the game. At the 22:16 mark Kelsey Crow was able to connect off of Anna Headen's pass to put the Lady Bulldogs up by 2.
BSC fought back with a pair of goals from Madeline Golden and a single from Logan Harris in a 3 minute time span. TWC responded with Walsh's second goal of the game and Nicolette Dungee was able to find the back of the net with a pass from Sharon Acoff. Four BSC players were able to connect on five more goals before Walsh finished the half with a hat trick, and Headen found the back of the net herself.
After the half, the Lady Panthers came out strong scoring six goals to take a 15-6 lead in the first ten minutes of the second half. Rachel Matlock was able to spark a five goal run by the Lady Bulldogs with a goal of her own from Headen's second assist of the day. Walsh followed less than a minute later with her fourth and final goal of the game. 22 seconds later Kelsey Crow received a pass from Walsh on her first of three consecutive goals to round out the scoring by the Bulldogs.
In the pipes, Paige Falkowski had a career high day with 12 saves on the day while 7 of them were in the first half. Nicolette Dungee returned to the pipes to finish out the day for the Lady Bulldogs and was able to come up with 3 big saves of her own.
Cheyenne Bray and Anna Headen took control of the draws each coming up with 6 apiece. Cheyenne Consolo played a large role on the defensive end with 2 groundballs and a team high 3 caused turnovers. Falkowski had a team high 6 ground balls.