Owls Fall to Detroit in Season Finale

KENNESAW, Ga. The Kennesaw State lacrosse team fell to the Detroit Titans 17-7 in the regular-season finale on Saturday, April 26.

"We started very strong and smart today," head coach Kristina Llanes said. "We continued to play mainly freshmen and sophomores and still managed to stay consistent. Our focus was on controlling the controlables, and I believe we did the majority of the game. In the end, it was our depth that hurt us. Emily represented herself well today in the midfield and ended her career with a strong performance."

It was senior day for Emily Collins, who won three draw controls and picked up two ground balls in the game.

The Owls came out early and jumped to a quick two-goal lead behind goals from Sydney Farwick and Haley O'Donoghue. Detroit came back to tie the game at two when Olivia Hokanson scored the first of her four goals on the afternoon.

The Titans carried a 7-4 lead into the locker room and maintained the lead in the second half.

With four more goals today, Hokanson finished the season with 43. Farwick, who also had four points today, finished the season with 42 points on 28 goals and 14 assists.

Defender Jamie Miller won five draw controls today along with picking up two ground balls.

As a team, the Owls won 16 draw controls to Detroit's 10, and picked up 29 ground balls to the Titan's 22.

2014-04-26



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