St. Andrews Strikes Quick, Often in Win Over Fort Lewis

LAURINBURG, N.C.-Freshman midfielder Megan Jolly (Waterloo, N.Y.) notched 10 points to tie the single game school-record for points in a game to lead the St. Andrews Presbyterian College to a 21-3 dismantling of visiting Fort Lewis College on Saturday afternoon.

Jolly netted four goals and dished out six assists in her 10-point performance that ties the school record (was held alone by Kerrie Brown in a 2008 game against Lees-McRae College).

The Knights (2-4 Overall) scored three goals in the first 90 seconds and never looked back. Jolly got the scoring barrage started on an unassisted goal just 38 seconds into play. Juniors Kim McDaniel (Joppa, Md.) and Allie Faulhaber (Apex, N.C.) followed with goals just 11 second apart to cap the opening flurry.

Freshman Alyssa Vigil (Denver, Colo.) put the Skyhawks (0-5) on the board with their only goal of the first half on a transition tally at the 28:09 mark. It would take Fort Lewis 42 more minutes of game action before they would score again.

SAPC scored the final 10 goals of the first half to build a 13-1 advantage at halftime. The Knights continued to dominate with the first four goals of the second half to conclude a run of 14 unanswered goals.

Fort Lewis got its final two goals from freshmen Paige Juneau (Austin, Texas) and Libby Weiner (Littleton, Colo.) midway through the second half before St. Andrews scored the last four goals to stretch its final margin of victory to 18 goals.

Faulhaber scored a career-high four goals and had one assist for five points.

Knights' sophomore Anna Egeln (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) and freshman Victoria Bickett (Louisville, Ky.) both registered their first collegiate hat tricks. Freshman Brett Vyverberg (Pittsford, N.Y.) had a season-high four points with a pair of goals and a pair of assists. Defender Elise Moore (Wexford, Pa.) tallied the first two goals of her senior season.

St. Andrews also got goals off the sticks of senior Jill Donofrio (Elbridge, N.Y.) and sophomore Shana Schroeder (Newark, N.Y.). McDaniel set up three of the Knights last five goals to finish with four points (one goal, three assists) while winning a game-high six draw controls.

Junior Nicole Richardson (Conyers, Ga.) and sophomore Chelsea Ross (Newark, N.Y.) chipped in with one assist apiece.

Defensively, the Knights were not tested often but junior goalkeeper Morgan Achilles (Geneva, N.Y.) was up to the task making five saves on eight shots on goal including stops all four of Fort Lewis' eight-meter attempts.

SAPC dominated in all areas with a 30-8 shot supremacy, 17-14 ground ball edge, and 19-7 draw control.

Vigil had one assist to finish with two points while Skyhawks' goalie Nic Laros made four saves.

St. Andrews begins the Conference Carolinas portion of its schedule at Belmont Abbey College (Belmont, N.C.) next Saturday at 1:00 p.m.


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