Women's Lacrosse Overpowered In Second Half By St. Josephs (CT)

Women's Lacrosse Overpowered In Second Half By St. Josephs (CT)

FRANKLIN, Mass.-  After battling for the first half and trailing only 5-2 at halftime, the Dean College Bulldogs were overpowered in the second half by visiting St. Josephs (CT), losing 13-2 on Thursday at Grant Field.  The visitors rattled off 9 straight goals to secure the victory and improve to 3-3 on the season.

Dean trailed 4-0 early after 2 goals a piece from Vicky Thai and Hannah Lemek.  The Bulldogs answered with 2 goals from Kim Dickson and Kirsten Jobst, both unassisted.  The game remained scoreless for the next four and a half minutes before Diamond Wallen found the back of the net for the Blue Jays with 30 seconds remaining in the half, giving St. Josephs a 5-2 lead at the break.

St. Joseph's came out for the second half on fire.  They scored three goals in the first four minutes to extend their lead to 8-2 and never looked back.  Thai and Lemek both scored one and Lindsy Hurlbert added another on a free position shot.  

Lemek finished the day with 5 goals and 2 assists, while Thai had 3 goals. Five other Blue Jays contributed a goal.  

Dean was led by goals from Dickson and Jobst and 10 saves from goalkeeper Madison-Bailey Felton.

The Bulldogs next play at Rivier on Monday April 17th.  St. Joseph plays Norwich at home on Saturday.