HAVERFORD, Pa. – The Haverford College women's lacrosse team had 11 different players record goals as it defeated the Bryn Mawr College Owls 18-0 at Swan Field on Saturday afternoon. It's the first time that Haverford has shut out an opponent since its 17-0 victory over Immaculata on Mar. 25, 2004.
The Fords quickly got started with four tallies over the first 3:15 of game action and never looked back. Senior Hannah Morgan led the home team with four goals on the afternoon. Senior Diana Perry, sophomores Maura Grant, Stephanie Kisciras, and Shannon Rafsol each scored two goals in the contest. Annie Kelly, Sarina Manetta, Averi Gaines, Courtney Carter, Molly Lausten, and Grayton Downing also tabbed goals in the victory.
Haverford had 13 assists in the game which is tied for the sixth most in program history. Junior Christina Gould and freshman Kate Sollee had a game-high three assists. Senior Dayna Kim and junior Elyse Adler added two helpers in the win.
Head coach Lauren Wray's squad improves to 8-5 overall and 3-2 in the Centennial Conference while Bryn Mawr drops to 3-10 this year and 0-7 in conference play. The Fords have already matched last season's win total and still have four games remaining. Haverford will travel to Washington College on Wednesday with the opening draw scheduled for 7 p.m. The Fords' final home game will be on Senior Day next Saturday vs. No. 3 Franklin and Marshall beginning at 1 p.m.