SU roundup: Hornets fall to McDaniel in women’s lacrosse
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WESTMINSTER, Md. — Host McDaniel used a three-goal run late in the first half on its way to an 12-5 non-conference women’s lacrosse victory over Shenandoah Tuesday night.
Shenandoah (4-6) scored the opening goal of the contest on an Erin Higgins to Becky Bove tally and led 2-1 following a Samantha Donaghy goal at 12:37, but McDaniel (5-2) scored four of the final five goals of the first to take a lead it would not relinquish.
Donaghy broke up this run with a free position goal at 1:07.
The Green Terror scored the initial two goals of the second, and after Samantha Sisson fed Bove for a goal at 15:08, McDaniel tallied five straight to seal the victory.
Junior Liz Bereit closed the book on the night’s scoring with a free position goal at 2:14.
Ashley Cross had 12 saves in the losing effort.
McDaniel outshot SU 35-14 and had a 22-13 advantage in groundballs while the Hornets won 11 of 19 draws.
SU is back in action on Saturday in a 1:00 ODAC contest against Hollins.
Hornets enter ABCA poll
ALLENTOWN, Pa. — The Shenandoah University baseball team entered the American Baseball Coaches Association rankings for the first time this season in poll results announced Tuesday afternoon by the organization.
The Hornets, 16-4 on the season, enter the poll at No. 26 this week after being in the ‘others receiving votes’ category last week.
Shenandoah has 68 points in the poll to find itself between Buena Vista (Iowa) and York (Pa.).
Linfield (Ore.) is the top team in the ABCA poll with 11 first-place votes and 472 points.
SU is one of two ODAC teams in the poll — the other Hornets, the Lynchburg Hornets, are No. 30 this week.
Shenandoah is back in action tomorrow at 4 in an ODAC contest against Bridgewater.
SU drops one spot in D3baseball.com poll
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — The Shenandoah University baseball team finds itself down one position in the week five NCBWA/D3baseball.com Top 25 poll released Tuesday morning by D3baseball.com.
Shenandoah, coming off of a 3-2 week that saw the squad win ODAC contests over Eastern Mennonite and Randolph-Macon, has 169 points in the poll to land in the No. 19 position.
The Hornets are 16 points behind No. 18 Mount Union and 34 clear of No. 20 Rhodes (Tenn.).
Linfield (Ore.) regains its position at the top of the poll. The Wildcats earned 606 points and 12 of 25 first place votes to rise to the No. 1 position this week after slipping to No. 2 last week.
UW-Stevens Point and Trinity (Texas), with seven and six first-place votes, respectively, round out the top three.
Shenandoah is one of four ODAC schools to appear in the week five poll. Hampden-Sydney, Lynchburg and Bridgewater, the last the Hornets next opponent, all are among the 25 schools in the ‘others receiving votes’ category.
SU hosts Bridgewater on Wednesday at 4 in an ODAC contest.