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Women's Lacrosse Opens G-MAC Play

Women's Lacrosse Opens G-MAC Play

PAINESVILLE, Ohio – The Lake Erie College women's lacrosse team will begin the Great Midwest Athletic Conference slate with matchups against the Ohio Valley University Fighting Scots and the University of Findlay Oilers. The Storm will host the Fighting Scots on Thursday (March 15) at 7:00 PM and then will travel to Findlay for a road matchup on Saturday (March 17) at 1:00 PM.

"We are looking to improve on a number of statistical columns and for our players to continue to grow into their positions and roles," said Storm head coach Mallory Ferrandiz. "Our focus is on the game before us. We can compete with the best of them but we need to put together a full 60 minutes. We have had tough competition so it has allowed us to improve on a number of areas of our game, while also allowing our players to learn and grow quickly. We want to continue our gradual improvement into the weekend."

Storm Report: Lake Erie is 0-2 to begin the season heading into conference play. The Storm fell 13-12 at Tiffin on Sunday (March 11). Taylor Mathis (Corning, N.Y. / Corning) scored five goals in the game and leads the Storm with nine goals total this season. Anna Spin (Auburn, N.Y. / Auburn) scored three goals against Tiffin, for a total of five goals for the year.

Opposition Position: Ohio Valley is 2-2 going into conference play as the Fighting Scots defeated Southern Wesleyan 15-7 on March 7th. Kayla Stewart is the leading scorer for the Fighting Scots with 17 goals scored. Findlay is 4-0 this season after a 16-6 road victory over Charleston last weekend. Ciara Burud is one of three players with double-digit goals as she has scored 13 times.

Series History: Lake Erie and Ohio Valley have not faced off before in the series. The Storm and the Oilers met seven times in the series, as members of the GLIAC. Lake Erie is 3-4 against Findlay, but the Storm was victorious 15-14 in double overtime last season.

Storm Forecast: The Storm will return home for a non-conference matchup against Roberts Wesleyan on Thursday, March 22nd.