Feusahrens Helps No. 2 Sea Gulls Wing Past No. 15 Eagles

The second half was much of the same statistically and on the scoreboard. While the Eagles were able to win more draw controls than Salisbury, 8-6, in the second half and 15-12 overall, they were outshot, 14-8, in the second half and 32-19 for the contest.

Senior Allie Wheatley added a pair of goals for the Sea Gulls, giving her a team-high 19 on the season.

Sophomore Ashton Wheatley made the Sea Gull lead stand up, as she stopped four Eagle shots.

The Sea Gulls next game is against Elizabethtown (Pa.) College on Saturday, March 17 at 1:00 p.m., at Sea Gull Stadium.

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