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Mount women's lacrosse team posts program-best eighth win of season in 15-10 triumph at Transylvania
Mount St. Joseph (8-5)
Transylvania (5-5)
4/9/2014 | Lexington | Attendance: 47
Mount St. Joseph8715
Stats at a GlanceMSJWTRANSYLV
Ground Balls3537
Extra Man Opportunities0-00-0
GoalsHughes - 4
Aubrey Bausum - 5
AssistsO'Hara - 1
Natalie Hendrix - 2
Ground Balls Sifri - 8
Molly Kruse - 9
Saves Webb - 10
Lydia Shaughnessy - 9

Thursday, April 10, 2014
by Dane Neumeister

The College of Mount St. Joseph women's lacrosse team overcame a two-goal deficit in the second half, scoring the game's final seven goals on Wednesday evening, for a 15-10 win at Transylvania University. The Lions win was their eighth of the season, setting a new school single-season record. Last year's team recorded seven wins en route to a 7-6 finish.

Transy jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the game, and led much of the first half, before Sarah Moderbacher (Ross, OH/Ross) scored a goal with 7:27 on the clock in the first half, helping her team tie the score at five-all. The Mount added two more goals, to grab a 7-5 advantage, only to see the Pioneers fight back late in the first half, and through the early part of the second half, to re-gain the lead, 10-8, as they scored four straight goals at one point. The Lions erased that deficit quickly, scoring the game's final seven goals, starting at 23:26 of the second half, on a goal by Chrissy O'Hara (Cincinnati, OH/Mercy) and ending the scoring spree at 5:38, on a goal by Erica Walsh (Louisville, KY/Sacred Heart) to register the come-from-behind win.

Samantha Hughes (Cincinnati, OH/Colerain) led the way offensively for the Mount, tallying four goals, bringing her team-leading total to 56 this season. Nicole Sifri (Cincinnati, OH/McAuley) and Walsh added three goals each while O'Hara had two scores and an assist. Bristyl Webb (Oxford, OH/Talawanda) had 10 saves in goal recording the win. The Mount had a 37-21 advantage in shots, including 24-20 in shots on goal. The Lions forced 28 Transy turnovers.

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