Wesleyan lacrosse falls in MEC Tournament opener to Frostburg State, 24-7

FROSTBURG (Md.) – Frostburg State advances to the MEC Women’s Lacrosse Championship game on Sunday, May 5 after defeating West Virginia Wesleyan, 24-7 Wednesday evening.
Frostburg State jumped out to a quick 9-1 lead after the first period behind three goals from the Neila Haney. In the second period, West Virginia Wesleyan made an early push as they tacked on a goal at the 11:11 minute mark however they quickly found themselves trailing Frostburg State 14-3 at the break.
In the second half it was all Frostburg State as they outscored 10-4 in route to the 17-point victory. Frostburg State out shot West Virginia Wesleyan 53 to 19, with 39 shots on goal while WVWC had 11.
Frostburg State also forced West Virginia Wesleyan into 24 turnovers.
Frostburg State had 12 different players record a goal with Neila Haney leading the way with five goals, two assists. Maura O’Neil and Camden Demaio both recorded three goals each.
Isabella Kelly caused nine turnovers in the victory.
West Virginia Wesleyan’s Makenzi Lewellyn scored three goals to go along with an assist.


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