Women's Lacrosse Scores 17 Unanswered Goals In Win Over Plymouth State

Kara Finnerty scored three goals to go along with two assists and five draws in the win over Plymouth St. on Sunday.
Kara Finnerty scored three goals to go along with two assists and five draws in the win over Plymouth St. on Sunday.

BRUNSWICK, Maine - The Bowdoin College women's lacrosse team scored 17 unanswered goals in a dominant win over Plymouth State Sunday afternoon. 

The Polar Bears improve to 5-1 (2-1 NESCAC) while Plymouth State falls to 1-2.

Game Highlights

  • Plymouth State got out to an early lead over Bowdoin going up 3-1 on the Polar Bears with 7:10 remaining in the first half. 
  • Bowdoin answered with three straight goals to close out the half, taking a 4-3 lead into the break.
  • The Polar Bears dominated possession throughout the second half, registering 14 goals.
  • Bowdoin only allowed one shot in the entire second half.
  • Everyone who was healthy entered the game for the Polar Bears.

By The Numbers

  • Katherine Miller led goal category with four on the day.
  • Kara Finnerty added three goals of her own to also go along with two assists and five draws.
  • Morgan Pinado controlled seven draws, while netting a goal as well.
  • 10 different Polar Bears were able to find the back of the net.
  • Bowdoin was able to keep possession by winning 18/23 draws in the game.
  • The Polar Bears outshot Plymouth State by a total of 45 to 13.
  • Veronyca Daniels, Megan Tingley and Sam Sullivan each tacked on one goal for Plymouth State.
  • Clarissa Foote kept Plymouth State in the game during the first half with big saves, as Bowdoin ripped 21 shots and only scored four goals from those chances.

Up Next

  • Bowdoin will travel to Endicott on Wednesday for a 4:00 PM game against the Gulls.