Shenandoah Routs Agnes Scott for First Victory

DECATUR, Ga. - Shenandoah University earned its first women's lacrosse victory of the season Saturday with a 16-3 USA South Conference win at Agnes Scott.

Shenandoah (1-2, 1-0 USA South) scored the opening 10 goals of the game and never looked back against the Scotties (0-4, 0-2).

Sophomore Corrinne Kosmowski got things started with her goal off of a Jennie Ott assist at 25:46 before she freshman Samantha Sisson 55 seconds later. Sisson returned the favor to Kosmowski at 23:50 and SU had total control.

Sisson, who was named as the league's Rookie of the Week on Monday, figured in five of the Hornets first seven goals.

Carolyn Mahoney finally snapped Shenandoah's opening game streak with an unassisted goal for ASC at 3:02, but the Hornets would hold at least an eight-goal advantage the rest of the way.

Sisson led a group of 12 different women on the score sheet with two goals and three assists for five points.

Kosmowski had a game-high three goals and Amy Rollins, Melissa Morgan and Samantha Donaghy all had at least two goals each.

Freshman Ashley Cross had to make just four saves to post her first career win.

Shenandoah outshot the Scotties 28-8, held a 13-11 advantage in groundballs and won 17 of the game's 21 draw controls.

SU is back in action on Sunday with a USA South Conference contest at LaGrange.


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