TWC Athletic News
Women's Lacrosse - Mon, Mar. 11, 2013

The Lady Bulldogs started off Spring Break with a two game road trip to AAC conference foe, St. Andrew's University and NWLL opponent Siena Heights.

The Lady Bulldogs were outscored 17-8 by the Lady Knights of St. Andrew's, with SAU out shooting TWC 28-24. TWC was led by a duo with two goals apiece from Kelsey Crow and Nicolette Dungee, while four others found the back of the net as well. Freshman Cheyenne Bray was able to control a team high 5 draws as Anna Headen picked up 5 ground balls for the Lady Bulldogs. Paige Falkowski stopped 3 shots while Nicolette Dungee stepped back in the cage to stop 2 more.

In the second day of action, the Lady Bulldogs took on the Lady Saints coming out of the game with a 15-12 victory. Trailing 6-5 at the half, TWC put up a strong second half scoring 10 in the second half led by a six goal performance from Kelsey Crow. Chelsea Walsh was able to put away 4 in the contest, as Rachel Matlock and Bray scored 3 and 2 respectively. Paige Falkowski, back by her defense, played all 60 minutes in the cage with 8 stops. The Lady Bulldogs were able to control 38 to SHU's 22 ground balls, led by Headen with 9 and Walsh with 7. Bray led the team with 6 draw controls for the second game in a row.

To finish out Spring Break the Lady Bulldogs were in Savannah to face two NWLL opponents.

The Lady Bees of SCAD were too much in the first half as they held the Lady Bulldogs scoreless in the first half with a score of 9-0. The Lady Bulldogs were led by Bray who had a pair of goals on the day along with 6 ground balls and three draw controls. Crow was able to find the back of the net twice, while Sharon Acoff had a goal assisted off of Paige Falkowski. Nicolette Dungee stepped up big in the crease stopping 12 shots.

For the final game of Spring Break, TWC faced Missouri Baptist at SCAD. Playing a man down the entire game, the Lady Bulldogs were able to come out with at 12-11 victory. Trailing once again at the half, 7-6, TWC came out strong to score 6 more in the second half. The defense was led by Falkowski's 12 saves on 23 shots and 4 caused turnovers and Cheyenne Consolo's 5 ground balls. In the midfield, Bray took control of the draw getting 10 of the team's 16 draw controls. Three bulldogs had assists on the day with Walsh and Headen having two apiece while Dungee passed off the fifth one to one of Crow's goals. Crow led all scorers with 7 goals on the day. Walsh had three and Dungee added two to the total.