Women's Lacrosse

Queens’ Uses First Half Surge to Take 22-8 Win Over Lees-McRae

Box score

BANNER ELK, N.C. - The Queens University Royals scored 15 first half goals to earn a 22-8 win over the Lees-McRae College Lady Bobcats Wednesday night in a Conference Carolinas women's lacrosse game at Tate Field.

Queens scored 15 first half goals, while Lees-McRae got two goals from Ellie Psillas and a goal from Abby White and Lauren Martin to trail 15-4 at the half.

In the second half, White notched two more goals for the Lady Bobcats. Clair Shaw and Lexi King also scored goals for Lees-McRae in half. The Lady Bobcat defense held Queens to seven second half goals to fall 22-8.

White and Psillas had three points apiece. White had three goals, Psillas had two goals and an assist. Kari Borton had a team-high three ground balls, and Lauren Martin had three draw controls. Kelly Mendsen had three caused turnovers on defense, and Martha Peacock made six saves in the game.

Lees-McRae will host Converse for their next game on Saturday.