CU LAX wins first game in history

Top scorer Cloey Henchcliffe, a junior midfielder, stands ready against KSU.
Photo by Daniel Solomon.

Women’s Lacrosse officially made their mark in Campbell history at 7 p.m. on Saturday.

The team won their first match against Kennesaw State with a final score of 21-4.

Within the first two minutes, the first goal was scored and the Camels continued their scoring streak.

In the first 15 minutes of the game, the Fighting Camels had already made 10 points and Kennesaw only 2.

The crowd felt strongly for the orange and black.

History professor Sal Mercogliano said, “Campbell Lacrosse played really well, great actually.”

By halftime the score was 15-2, Campbell.

The leading ladies of the game were Cloey Henchcliffe, who scored 8 goals, and Loren Day, who netted five.

Campbell took a total of 35 shots, while the Fighting Camel defense limited KSU to only 14.

Campbell’s LAX team consists of 9 freshmen, 4 juniors and 1 senior: a winning team.

Junior midfielder Taeler Errington shuffles down the field. She scored four of the 21 points of the game.
Photo by Taylor Scott.

The LAX Camels play their next home match against Longwood on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

By LynJosha Russell
Staff Writer

Freshman Sierra Fox stands ready to defend KSU.
Photo by Daniel Solomon.

 

CU LAX goes in for the huddle during a timeout.
Photo by Taylor Scott.

Lauren Frick demonstrates she’s ready to fight against KSU.
Photo by Daniel Solomon.

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