HARTFORD, Conn. - The ninth-ranked Trinity College women's lacrosse team proved too much for Bowdoin in a 14-4 win on Saturday afternoon at Jessee/Miller Field.
The Bantams move to 7-2 (3-1 NESCAC) while the Polar Bears fall to 6-3 (2-3 NESCAC) with the loss.
- Consecutive goals by Trinity's Kiley Coffey broke an early tie and helped the Bantams to a 4-1 lead midway through the opening period.
- Bowdoin was able to trim the lead to 4-2 on a goal from Hannah Hirschfeld at 15:43 of the first stanza, but Trinity replied with a 5-1 run to end the half to take a 9-3 edge at the break.
- The Bantams held Bowdoin scoreless for a span of 30:36, covering the end of the opening half and much of the second half as they began to pull away.
- Trinity scored the first five goals of the second half to put the contest out of reach.
By The Numbers
- Four different players scored for Bowdoin: Katherine Miller, Hannah Hirschfeld, Sophia Lubrano and ELiza Denious.
- Trinity was paced by five goals from Kiley Coffey and four goals with two assists from Sophie Berger.
- Kayli Weiss stopped four shots in the first half, permitting nine goals, before giving way to Erin Morrissey, who made three saves and allowed three goals for the Polar Bears.
- Trinity owned a 27-22 edge in shots and forced 24 Bowdoin turnovers.
- The Polar Bears went 2-8 from free position but held a 12-8 edge in draws thanks to five from Katherine Miller.
- Bowdoin will look to return to the win column on Wednesday night when they host Bates at 7:00 p.m. on Ryan Field.