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.
Kevin has followed and promoted the game of lacrosse since May 19, 1974.
The same day the Philadelphia Flyers won the Cup, the Philadelphia Wings were introduced to Neibauer and Philadelphia.
Kevin has covered many sports, including baseball, football, basketball, and.. lacrosse. A former licensed football referee and baseball umpire, Kevin brings a unique insight to his game coverage.
A published writer in JustHockey Magazine, Kevin covered the American Hockey League as well as a monthly story on a pugilist where Kevin used the pen name, The Rink Rat. Neibauer turned his attentions to lacrosse for a few years and does his part, whether podcasting or writing to grow the game. Kevin branched out to his roots and currently provides insight for all Philadelphia teams for Edge of Philly as well as his full-time duties with LaxPhilly.