BANNER ELK, N.C. – The Mount Olive Trojans rolled past the Bobcats of Lees-McRae College 22-3 in Conference Carolinas women's lacrosse action at the Fred I. Dickerson Athletic Complex in Banner Elk, N.C. Jordan Shughrue had a season-high six goals in the contest while Jackie Kaderabek posted five in the 22-3 victory.
Score: Mount Olive 22 - Lees-McRae 3
Records: Mount Olive (7-2, 4-0), Lees-McRae (0-5, 0-3)
Location: Fred I. Dickerson Athletic Complex | Banner Elk, N.C.
How It Happened
- Mount Olive started things off hot as they scored the first six goals of the contest to lead 6-0 before the 18th minute of action ended. Jackie Kaderabek led the way with two goals, while Tiffany Lee, Jordan Shughrue, Nola Wesche, and Kiara Burke each added a goal in the run.
- Lees-McRae found a goal on a free-position shot with 10:16 remaining in the first half putting the score at 6-1.
- Shughrue and Kaderabek each found the net to open up a seven-goal lead, 8-1. Meaghan Michaud assisted on the Shughrue goal while Zoe Dougherty helped on Kaderabek's third goal of the game.
- The Bobcats scored a second goal with eight minutes to play in the first while the Trojans closed the half on a four-goal run that saw Michaud get her first goal of the game while Wesche tallied her second and back-to-back goals from Shughrue put her at four goals for the game as the Trojans headed into halftime leading 12-2.
- Mount Olive came out of halftime putting three quick goals on the board to take a 15-2 lead. Shughrue put her fifth goal of the contest up while Kaderabek scored a pair contributing to her five total goals.
- Lees-McRae found one last goal in the 42nd minute of the contest putting the score at 15-3 but the Trojans regained possession and scored seven more goals to close out the game, winning 22-3.
- The final seven goals came off the sticks of Zoe Dougherty and Ann Wray, who each put in a pair of goals, Keely Trail with one and Wesche and Shughrue with their third and sixth goals respectively.
- Shughrue scored a season-high six goals and contributed two assists for eight points in the game.
- Kaderabek scored five goals and one assist for six points of her own.
- Wesche recorded a hattrick with three goals, while Dougherty and Wray added a pair of goals each as well.
Mount Olive returns to action for a pair of Conference Carolinas home matches versus the Saints of Limestone College and the Lions of Emmanuel College on Friday and Saturday respectively. Game times for both matches are scheduled for 4 p.m. at the Ray McDonald Sr. Sports Complex.