A huge second half sends Drexel over Georgetown, 21-9. A nip and tuck first half had the (3-0) Drexel Dragons and the Georgetown Hoyas (0-1) in a 7-7 tie, then the Dragons took charge. Caroline Frock (2g) and Michaela Bruno (1g) put the hometown Hoyas in a quick 2-0 lead after just 1:26. Eighteen seconds later, Colleen Grady (3g, 4a) kicked off her big night to get Drexel back to a one-goal disadvantage.
The Hoyas responded with Kylie Hazan (2g) scoring twice to push it to a 4-1 lead. It took only 2:06 for the Dragons to level the field. Karson Harris (6g,1a) and a pair from Lucy Schneidereith (8g) made it 4-4.
The battle was in full force and G-Town responded Jordyn Sabourin (2g,1a) and Annabelle Albert (1g) giving the Hoyas their two-goal lead right back. Schneidereith and Liza Liotta (1g) exchanged goals but, Drexel found its offense with a five-goal run over two halves. Karson Harris notched her 13th of the season and Grady nailed her 9th to close the evenly played half and a 7-7 score.
The deluge picked back up with Schneidereith, Corinne Bednarik (1g) and Schneidereith collecting her 14th and Drexel went up, 10-7. Frock ended the burst to get Georgetown with two at 10-8. Drexel blew it wide open with a ten goal run furnished by, Schneidereith, an advantage market from Harris, Grady, then Grady setting up Cara Moreau (1g), Harris added two more.
Courtney Dietzel (1g), Schneidereith a pair followed by another Harris goal to get it to 20-8. Sabourin ended the carnage but, Maddie Fowler added her first NCAA goal to close the book the Drexel victory. The 3-0 start is their best since 2013.
Harris becomes the 13th player in team history to notch 100 career tallies. Zoe Bennett made 9 saves for Drexel while counterpart, Emily Gaven stopped 11. Total shots heavily favored Drexel, 41-25. A huge second half sends Drexel over Georgetown in this victory.