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Fast Start for Women’s Lacrosse Leads to 20-3 Win over Felician

Copyright 2019; Wilmington University. All rights reserved. Photo of Delaney Steele who led the Wildcats with 4 goals and six assists for 10 points against Felician. Photo by Katlynne Tubo. April 3, 2019 vs. Felician
Copyright 2019; Wilmington University. All rights reserved. Photo of Delaney Steele who led the Wildcats with 4 goals and six assists for 10 points against Felician. Photo by Katlynne Tubo. April 3, 2019 vs. Felician

Press Release Written by Sports Information Graduate Intern MaryKate Rumbaugh

NEWARK, Del. – A strong start for the Wilmington University women's lacrosse team helped them to a 20-3 win over Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference contender Felician on Wednesday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex.

Taylor Lambeth got the Wildcats (5-6, 2-1 CACC) on the board early thanks to a pass from Brooke Siebert, with 28:32 left in the first half to start the scoring for WilmU. Delaney Steele would be the next Wildcat to get on the board just 1:28 later to give Wilmington a 2-0 lead. Felician would score their first goal of the game with 4:36 to play until the break, but two more goals would give the Wildcats a 15-1 lead into the half. Seven different Wildcats would get on the board for Wilmington in just the first half. Steele would dish out the final five assists of the half for Wilmington to give her a total of six in the game.

With their lead at 14, Steele would score the first two goals of the second half for the Wildcats off a free position shot. The Golden Falcons would score back-to-back goals with under 16 minutes to play to make it a 17-3 game, but three more Wildcat goals would clinch the 20-3 victory for WilmU.

Delaney Steele would lead the Wildcats with four goals and six assists for 10 points. The red shirt sophomore was just two points shy of tying the single game record for most points in a game with 12, set by La'Dae Boykin last season. Taylor Lambeth (three assists), Maris Allen, and Mikailla Spencer all had three goals for the Wildcats, as Alexis Miller, Maddie Day and Brooke Siebert (two assists, nine draw controls) all had two goals.

Maddie Hurm would get the win and improve to 2-4 on the year as she made six saves in the first half in the net, while Tori Grubowski made two saves for WilmU in the second half.

Wilmington outshot the Golden Falcons, 35-12, in the contest and went 4-for-4 on free position shots.

The Wildcats are back at the WU Athletics Complex on Saturday for Senior Day when they host Nyack. Opening draw is set for 1:00 p.m. on the turf.