Top Seed Guilford Falls to Washington & Lee in ODAC Semis

GC fought back with four-straight goals over the next 2:28 to come as close as one goal (11-10) as the clock read 20:59. During the streak, junior midfielder Becca Colley scored twice, while junior attackers Lily Colley and E'leyna Garcia each recorded a goal.

The Generals increased their advantage to three, 13-10, with unassisted scores by Hagen and junior attacker Margaret Klein (North Andover, Mass./Brooks) by the 15:57 mark. However, Bailey and Garcia netted back-to-back goals for the Quakers to get within one (13-12) once again.

Sophomore attacker Catherine Klinedinst (McLean, Va./Holton-Arms School) scored W&L's 14th goal with 9:47 to go (14-12). With less than five minutes left, Keene brought the score to 14-13 with a goal at 4:09, but the Generals held GC scoreless in the remaining time to claim the victory.

In goal for the Blue and White was sophomore Cara Mulligan (Glen Ridge, N.J./Glen Ridge), who collected 11 saves, 13 goals-against and three ground balls in 60 minutes of action. Senior Liza Mettler spent the entire game in the cage for the Quakers, tallying 15 saves, 14 goals-against and three ground balls.

Hagen led all scorers with six goals and one assist. Brewster tallied three goals and six draw controls, and Conway totaled three scores and four draw controls.

For GC, Bailey, Kenne, Garcia and Becca Colley each recorded three goals. Keene added four draw controls and three ground balls, and Garcia picked up four draw controls.

With the win, the Generals will now advance to the ODAC Championship game on Saturday, May 4, where they will face second-seeded Shenandoah. The Hornets will be the host. Game time is not yet determined.

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