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2013-14 Women's Lacrosse
Record: 5-6 Home: 3-1 Away: 1-3 Neutral: 1-2 MSC: 0-0
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Women's Lacrosse - Fri, Apr. 17, 2015 at 9:20 PM

Georgetown College women's lacrosse offensive production was balanced in the first and second half, however it was the defensive stand that was a huge factor in the 23-10 victory Friday. The No. 3 Tigers (10-2) advance to the NWLL West Region Tournament Finals 2 pm Saturday against Robert Morris, 15-10 winner of the first semifinal.

"Once we started clamping down defensively things were clicking as usual," said GC coach Brandon Davis. "Anytime you start to see teams for the second time, things will be more difficult, but if we can hold teams down I know our offense will come through."

Oklahoma Baptist struck first, tallying two goals. However, Georgetown rallied back. The teams exchanged goals when Lauren Bruun-Bryant started an onslaught from which OBU (11-4) never recovered.

 
Kaysie Smith, Merrisa Heraldson and Lauren Bruun-Bryant were three honorees Thurdsay afternoon. Photo by Richard Davis
Kaysie Smith, Merrisa Heraldson and Lauren Bruun-Bryant were three honorees Thurdsay afternoon. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Lacrosse - Thu, Apr. 16, 2015 at 6:00 PM

Georgetown College women's lacrosse team in its first varsity season went through the West Region undefeated and picked up eight honors Thursday afternoon at the league tournament.

The Tigers (9-2) had first team attacker Lauren Bruun-Bryant, midfielder Merrisa Heraldson, defender Kaysie Smith and goalie Doreen Brabble.

Earning honorable mention was Bea Cameron as a midfielder. The senior was not done with awards though as she did get NWLL West Region Defensive Player of the Year.

 
Women's Lacrosse - Mon, Apr. 13, 2015

Kaysie Smith outscored the visiting Asbury University Eagles by herself Monday in the rain. The junior netted six goals as Georgetown College lacrosse rolled 19-5, finishing off a perfect regular season in conference play.

"It has been one of our most potent weapons all season," said GC coach Brandon Davis. "Multiple players can have a break out game. People see that Merrisa (Heraldson) and Lauren (Bruun-Bryant) are our leading goal scorers, so they might key on them. That is okay with us because it just opens space for others such as Kaysie or Bea (Cameron) or any number of our middle field and attackers."

 
Women's Lacrosse - Mon, Apr. 13, 2015

Georgetown College women's lacrosse finished its regular season road swing with a pair of games within roughly a 20-hour period. The No. 3 Tigers (8-2, 5-0) showed no signs of the exhaustion such a trip can have as they dominated Lindenwood University Belleville in the final game Sunday, winning 27-5.

All five of the Lynx goals happened in the first half as Georgetown held a 19-5 edge at the break.

"It was a good weekend, where we learned a lot about ourselves in a very short time period," said GC coach Brandon Davis. "When you only have one substitute in a very fast-paced game, quick turnarounds can be worrisome. However, we showed a lot of our conditioning and heart to pick up two lopsided wins all while having to travel on a bus and sleep in hotels."

 
Women's Lacrosse - Sun, Apr. 12, 2015

Georgetown College women's lacrosse stayed undefeated in conference play Saturday afternoon with a 23-10 victory at Missouri Baptist. The No. 3 Tigers (7-2, 4-0) did it in a variety of ways, jumping out quick with six different players scoring the first seven goals in less than 16 minutes.

"It was a great team game today," said GC coach Brandon Davis. "Going on the road is always tricking, but we stayed focused and took the home element out of it quick."

The teams traded goals early with Georgetown taking the first lead off one of Lauren Bruun-Bryant's eight goals. MBU responded just shy of two minutes later. They again traded goals as Lizzie Darrow put GC up briefly off an assist from Laura Cuseo.

 
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