Beloit, WI -- The Beloit College Women's Lacrosse team gave first-year head coach Mallory Bahr her first career victory with a dominating Midwest Women's Lacrosse Conference win over Concordia University Chicago Saturday at Strong Stadium, winning 20-2.
To say the Bucs got out of the gate fast would be an understatement. Beloit was up 4-0 after five minutes and 8-0 after 10 on the way to a 14-0 halftime advantage. Hannah Drexler and Tate Mitchell each had four goals while Celeste Jenkins had two in the first 30 minutes. Libby Storrick also had two goals and added seven assists, setting a Beloit single-game record for assists in a game.
CUC opened the second half with their first goal of the game and added a second goal 10 minutes later. But the Buccaneers kept right on scoring with six more tallies to close out the win.
Storrick scored the final goal of the game to tie a Beloit record with 10 points while Mitchell finished with six goals. Arisbeth Sanchez also scored three times and added an assist. Marie Bonine didn't face a shot on goal in the first half and then had three assists in the field in the second half. Jenkins finished up in net in the second half, making two saves.
Beloit now heads out for a three-game Spring Trip, beginning Monday at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.