LVC Races by Albright in Replay of Suspended Game

READING, Pa. - Lebanon Valley picked up where it left off Wednesday night, posting a big offensive performance as it trounced Albright, 18-6, in a replay of their suspended Commonwealth Conference game.

The Dutchmen (8-2, 3-1 CC) handed the Lions (8-3, 2-2 CC) just their third loss of the season as the two teams made up their game that was halted by a thunderstorm late in the first half Wednesday night. Although LVC led 9-4 at that time, by rule, the game had to be restarted, but that didn't phase LVC's offense as it raced out to a 12-1 halftime lead.

Hana Krechel had a huge day, scoring eight goals with three assists, and Tori Kuntz posted a career-high four goals. Allison McGinniss had a hat trick while Bailey Benz had a career-best five assists to go with two goals; Erica Ameigh anchored the defense with six saves.

Amanda Smith led Albright with three goals, including the opener less than a minute in, but LVC scored the next 14 in a row, holding the hosts scoreless for nearly 33 minutes.

LVC controlled the game in shots (31-14) and draw controls (18-8), and held Albright to 6 for 11 on clears. Emily Hutson had seven saves for the Lions.

Lebanon Valley returns home to host Alvernia April 17.


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