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Host Shenandoah University set new program records for goals and points in a game in the process of the 13-0 non-league field hockey victory over Notre Dame (Md.) on Wednesday.
Senior Sarah DeLuca scored the first of her five goals on the night at the 3:53 mark and the Hornets (4-2) were off to the races.
SU added first-half tallies in the 8th, 10th, 11th, 20th, 31st, 34th and 35th minutes to take an 8-0 lead into the break against the Gators (0-4).
The second half brought more of the same, with goals in the 43rd, 45th, 49th, 53rd and 61st minutes to set a new record for goals in the game.
The 13 goals more than doubles the previous record of six goals set against Sweet Briar in October, 2009.
Eleven different women registered at least one point, with DeLuca leading all players with 11 points on five goals and one assist.
DeLuca, with the 11 points, and freshman Alexandra Darrow, with seven points on three goals and one assist, now have the top two individual performances in school history.
SU outshot Notre Dame, 54-0, and had all 14 penalty corners.
Shenandoah returns to action on Saturday night at Stevenson. Game time is 6 p.m.
Marymount 3, Shenandoah 1
Shenandoah saw its season-opening six match volleyball winning streak end Wednesday evening with a 3-1 loss to visiting Marymount University.
Shenandoah (6-1) was a 25-20 winner in the opening set, but saw Marymount (7-3) rally with wins at 21, 18 and 14 in sets two through four.
The Saints trailed 10-5 in the second before scoring seven of the game's next nine points to get back into the contest.
SU briefly held Marymount off, holding a 16-15 lead until the Saints finished with a 10-5 run.
The Saints then led throughout the third and fourth sets.
Jenn Forbes had 16 kills and Erin Allison 11 for the victors.
Allison had a match-high 40 attempts.
Sophomore Samantha Schambach paced Shenandoah with 10 kills in 14 attempts, with Mary Harshman adding nine and Haley Smith eight.
Freshman Blake Parkes had 20 assists.
Shenandoah is back in action on Friday night at 7 p.m., in its ODAC opener against Randolph.
Frostburg State 3, Shenandoah 0
Host Frostburg State University scored a pair of early goals Wednesday evening to fuel a 3-0 non-league women's soccer victory over Shenandoah.
The Bobcats (5-0) scored in the fourth and 16th minutes to take a lead they would not relinquish over Shenandoah (2-4).
Adria Graham scored all three goals for Frostburg, finishing off her hat trick with a goal off of a Stephanie Fazenbaker feed in the 68th minute.
Fazenbaker also set up Graham's second tally.
Frostburg outshot SU 21-9, while the Hornets won five of the game's six corners.
Kristen Barrickman had five saves and Nichole Pratt four for Shenandoah.
The Hornets open ODAC play at home Friday night at 6 p.m., against Roanoke.