WildCat Stadium – Lynchburg, VA
4 p.m. Saturday, March 16, 2019
- Randolph outshot Salem by 34-25 throughout the course of the game.
- Salem accounted for 22 turnovers to Randolph's 20 throughout the game.
- Randolph won 12 face-offs compared to Salem's 10 face-offs.
1st GOAL – (18:513) Cecily Wainschel scored an unassisted goal.
2nd GOAL – (17:47) Rayven Shepard scored an unassisted goal.
3rd GOAL – (13:21) Rayven Shepard again with an unassisted goal.
4th GOAL – (24:14) Teia Horton scored an unassisted goal.
5th GOAL – (05:38) Cara James scored an unassisted goal
STORY IN BRIEF
LYNCHBURG, Va. — While the Salem Spirits Lacrosse Team wasn't able to catch up with Randolph College Saturday afternoon in a non-conference game on the road, Salem's Rayven Shepard scored two unassisted back-to-back goals.
The final score was 15-5, which improved Randolph's record to 2-3 overall. Salem fell to 1-8.
Salem's Interim Head Lacrosse Coach Emma Rose said her developing team never gives up no matter the score.
"I am proud of the team for facing adversity and continuing to give maximum energy and effort," Rose said.
In the first half, the Spirits closed the game within one point with back-to-back tallies from goals by Cecilly Wainschel followed by another from Rayven Shepard. But at the end of the half, Randolph rattled off four straight goals for a halftime score of 8-3.
Despite two more goals in the second half, Salem just couldn't catch up as Randolph racked up another 7 tallies.