14th-Ranked Pfeiffer Pulls the Upset of No. 2 Le Moyne

MISENHEIMER, N.C. - Four goals by Carly Garrison, including the go-ahead goal with 16:16 remaining in the second half, allowed #14 Pfeiffer to knock off #2 Le Moyne 10-8 in non-conference action on Wednesday afternoon. The Lady Falcons improve their school-best start to a season at 6-0 after the program's biggest victory on Wednesday. The Dolphins fall to 2-1 with the loss.

Brenna Bauer and Le Moyne struck first 7:41 into the first half before Kristina Anderson and Garrison hit back-to-back 46 seconds apart. After the Dolphins' Victoria Nies and Bauer put the visitors back up one, reigning player of the week Sarah Daly tied the contest at 3-3 with 7:50 remaining in the half.

Le Moyne would get the upper hand back and carry a 5-4 lead into the half after Kaitlyn Armstrong and Kelly Condon found the back of the net over the final 6:38 while the Lady Falcons Gracie Herbert scored with 28 seconds left to give Pfeiffer a bit of momentum heading into the final 30 minutes.

Garrison would sore with equalizer 7:26 into the second, Shannon Bonnel would put the Lady Falcons up one at 6-5 three minutes later against the Dolphins again responded with another Condon goal at the 16:58 mark. From there, Pfeiffer would bolt out on a 4-0 goal-scoring streak to find themselves up 10-6 with 6:56 to play. Garrison would score the first and fourth goals in that stretch while Kristi Korn and Anderson had the others.

Le Moyne would make things interesting late as Bauer struck again with 5:10 left in regulation while Condon made it a two-goal game with 58 seconds left. On the ensuing draw control, Bonnel would come up big for the Lady Falcons grabbing the draw as the Lady Falcons ran out the clock for a 10-8 victory.

Freshman keeper Cassidy Wilson would make six saves for the Lady Falcons in net which included four big saves in the second half. Garrison led all scorers with her four goals on Wednesday while Bonnel and Miller each recorded two assists. Bonnel and Garrison would each pick up a team-high three groundballs while Korn controlled four draws. Of Le Moyne's 18 turnovers, 12 were caused by the Lady Falcon defense. Bauer and Condon would lead the Dolphins with three goals apiece.

The Lady Falcons will now get back into Conference Carolinas play on Saturday heading to Erskine for a 1:00 p.m. match-up with the Fleet.

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Misenheimer, N.C. Carly Garrison scored four goals to lead 14th-ranked Pfeiffer to a 10-8 upset win over second-ranked Le Moyne on Wednesday afternoon at N.E. Lefko Field.

Senior attacker Brenna Bauer (Rochester, N.Y./Brighton) got the Dolphins on the scoreboard first with an unassisted goal at the 22:19 mark.

The Lady Falcons answered with two goals in a span of 46 seconds to take their first lead of the contest. Kristina Anderson scored Pfeiffer's first goal with 21:03 remaining off a pass from Delaney Miller. Garrison then gave her team the lead with an unassisted tally with 20:17 to play in the half.

Le Moyne countered with a pair of free-position goals 1:22 apart to regain the lead. Redshirt sophomore midfielder Victoria Nies (Syracuse, N.Y./Jamesville-DeWitt) netted the first goal with 19:54 left, while Bauer gave the Dolphins the lead with 18:32 remaining.

Following 10 and one-half minutes of scoreless action, Pfeiffer evened the score at three apiece as Sarah Daly scored off a pass from Shannon Bonnel.

The Dolphins then took their largest lead of the game with two goals in a stretch of 1:41. Freshman midfielder Kaitlyn Armstrong (Oswego, N.Y./Oswego) gave Le Moyne the lead with her second goal of the season with 6:38 left. Senior attacker Kelly Condon (Canandaigua, N.Y./Canandaigua) followed by finishing off a feed from freshman attacker Maggie Monnat (Baldwinsville, N.Y./C.W. Baker) with 4:57 to go in the half.

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