Lebanon Valley Dispatches Misericordia to Go 5-1

ANNVILLE, Pa. - Lebanon Valley improved to 5-1 with an 18-2 win over Misericordia in the first night game in program history at Arnold Field.

Hana Krechel recorded her 100th career assist, one of eight Dutchmen with a multi-point game as the home side dominated from start to finish against the Cougars (0-8). Krechel's goal and six assists took her to 226 goals and 101 assists in her career.

Mel Modrick and Bailey Benz scored hat tricks, while freshman Sam Boyce handed out four assists. Allison McGinniss, Anna Pagels, Tori Kuntz, and Jenny Simensky each had two goals apiece. The Dutchmen scored the first 11 of the game before Misericordia got on the board late in the first half, outshooting the Cougars 24-2 in the first period on the way to a 33-10 margin for the game.

The Dutchmen were particularly outstanding in the midfield, winning 17 of 22 draws, led by Pagels' and Boyce's six draw controls each, and they held MU to 7 of 14 clears. LVC committed just 11 turnovers, tying the program record for fewest in a game.

LVC combined all three of its goalies, with Erica Ameigh not needing a save in the win. Corinne Palombo (3 saves) and Shelby Morris (2 saves) played in relief. Erika Proctor had 10 saves in the loss.

LVC will start Commonwealth Conference play Thursday, hosting Stevenson at 4:00 p.m.


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