The Marquette Golden Eagles (5-7, 2-4 in BIG EAST) cut up their weekend sequence with the Georgetown Hoyas (4-7, 3-3 in BIG EAST) profitable 15-9 Friday, however shedding 20-10 Sunday afternoon.
It was an in depth early on, with 4 ties within the first quarter-hour of the sport. Senior attacker Caroline Stellar scored 4 of her 5 targets on the day within the first half to maintain the Golden Eagles in it. With these 5 targets, Stellar eclipsed the 30-goal mark for the season. She now has 33 targets on the 12 months with 4 video games left to go. Stellar is the seventh participant in program historical past to have 30 targets or extra in a season.
Redshirt senior attacker Megan Menzuber had just one purpose on the afternoon, however with that, she eclipsed the 30-goal mark for the second 12 months in a row.
The primary half ended with Marquette solely trailing the Hoyas by two, because it was 9-7 at halftime. Nevertheless, it will not stay that shut within the second half.
Georgetown placed on a dominating half of play, outscoring MU 11-3 within the second half. The Hoyas had been led by first-year attacker Kylie Hazen, who scored 5 targets. Hazen was supported by graduate pupil attacker Michaela Bruno, who had three targets and an help, and by first-year attacker Katie Goldsmith, who had three targets off the bench.
It was a tough day in web for each Marquette netminders, as senior Sophia Leva allowed 16 targets on 26 pictures on purpose. She was changed by redshirt senior Julianna Horning, who solely made one save on 5 pictures on purpose.
Georgetown sophomore goalie Emily Gaven had a stable day in web, with 9 saves on 19 pictures on purpose.
The Golden Eagles will journey again to Milwaukee to host the College of Denver Pioneers at Valley Fields April 16 at 3 p.m. Central Customary Time.