The Lady Rams lacrosse team took another mark in the win coulum as they defeated Tiffin University 13-11 on Sunday.
Sophomore attacker/midfielder Kelsey Eagan scored two goals and an assist. Added one goal for the Rams were senior midfielder Krista Tippett and juniors Hanna Wharton attacker, and midfielder Christina Ferrara.
The freshman got in on the action as well with single goals from midfielder Erin Phelan and attacker Hunter Morris. Another assist was added by sophomre midfielder/defender Allie Wesley. Netminder sophomore Lily Schumuolwitz had three saves for the Rams.
Tiffin had a 9-11 lead with almost 16 minutes left of play. Wharton scored a free position goal and the with a pass from Phelan to Karr for the goal it tied up 11 all. Egan scored the games final goal with assist from Wesley with eight minutes left in the game assuring Shepherds win.
Shepherd traveled Sunday to Young Harris for another 25-4 victory.
Shepherd had control through out bout periods 14-1 and 11-3. Nicole Ruane led the Rams with four goals, Hunter Morris and Christina Ferrara both had three goals. Added two goals for the Rams were Krista Tippett, Hana Wharton, Maggie Garvey, and Kelsey Eagan. Georgia Karr led game high of three assists along with Morris and Tippet having two.
After starting the season 5-1, the Rams were poised to take down the seventh ranked and twelfth ranked teams in the nation. First up, seventh ranked Pfeiffer.
Right from the get-go, Pfeiffer had complete control of the contest. The seventh ranked team in the land had two players score at least five goals and had another four players score at least twice.
Shepherd had a bit of a spark from Kesley Eagen and Erin Phelan, but it would not be enough to take down the Lady Falcons. Shepherd fell to 5-2 on the season after the 19-2 defeat.
The Rams then returned home to take on the twelfth ranked Lock Haven University at Ram Stadium.
After an 8-0 start for the Lady Eagles, they took a 12-2 lead into halftime and the Rams were looking for a spark of offense. Senior Nicole Ruane did her best trying to provide that by scoring two goals and tallying one assist. Georgia Karr and Erin Phelan both netted two goals each.
However, even with the valiant comeback attempt, Lock Haven was still able to come away with the 18-7 victory.
The Rams dropped to 5-3 after the consecutive losses but will be looking to bounce back against Urbana, March 19th, and Kutztown, March 23rd, at home this coming week.