Women's Lacrosse Dominate on the Road
Mar 24, 2018
SAINT PAUL, Minn. - The University of Dubuque women's lacrosse didn't let a Midwest winter storm warning slow them down on Saturday. Both schools weather conditions earlier in the week mentioned a potential for heavy snow. St Paul and Dubuque both missed the late March storm and the Spartans dominated the contest 16-7. The border between the two states would receive the heaviest snowfall of 17.5 inches of snow around the Mason City, Iowa area.
The trio of Breann Tjaarda (6), Kori King (4), and Claire Calrson (4) would combine to score 14 of the Spartans 16 goals. Tjaarda scored on 6-9 shots, collected a dozen ground balls, and won 14 draw controls. King would take advantage of 3-5 free position shots as Carlson led the team with 11 shots and won three draw controls.
Defensively Kaley Weir stopped eight shots to earn the victory in the net. She has 49 saves this season and a save percentage of .533. Carlson leads the team in caused turnovers with nine.
UD improved to 3-2 overall and is averaging 25.2 shots per game and a shot on goal percentage of .746. The Spartans have out scored their opponents 62-55 this season and will travel to face the Wartburg College Knights in Waverly, Iowa on March 28 at 4:00 p.m.