TACOMA, Wash. – Julia Schulman's five goals helped the Puget Sound women's lacrosse team hold off a comeback attempt from Smith in a 17-12 Logger win. Schulman has scored at least five goals in each of the last five matches.
The Loggers (3-4) found themselves down early to the Pioneers (1-5) after two goals from Christina Vara and another from Jenny Estes put the visitors up 3-1. However, the Loggers countered with a 9-0 with goals coming from seven different players.
The lengthy run helped the Loggers build an 11-5 halftime lead. The Pioneers were able to slice down the deficit and looked to be on the path to an epic comeback. The Loggers lead reached its greatest point when a Grace Reid goal put them up 14-6 with 23:12 to go.
The Pioneers responded. They were able to hold the Loggers scoreless for nearly 12 minutes while string together five goals to slice the lead down to just three. Jenny Estes scored two of her three goals during the run while Angela Schondeck capped the 5-0 run with 15:42 to go.
Schulman's fifth an final goal stopped the Pioneers momentum while Cook and Reid scored two late goals to ward off the Pioneer comeback.
Linnea Bostrom made seven saves for the Loggers in goal.
Next up, the Loggers host Carthage at 3 p.m. next Thursday on East Field.