RECAP: P-P women’s lacrosse team is blown out by CMS, beats Chapman with late scoring spree

Two rival players run next two each other, one carrying the ball, the other eyeing it viciously.
Carly Keeney CM ’19 chases down Sammy Little PO ’20 in the Athenas’ 15-4 win over the Sagehens on April 20. (Amy Best • The Student Life)

The P-P lacrosse team (12-5, 7-3 SCIAC) split a pair of games last week, falling 15-4 at rival CMS (14-2, 10-0 SCIAC) Saturday, before downing Chapman (7-8, 4-6 SCIAC) 20-11 at home Wednesday in its final game of the regular season. P-P was completely overwhelmed early on against the Athenas, falling behind 10-1 at halftime, before CMS stepped off the gas in the second half.

The game against the Panthers was close much of the way, as the Sagehens led 6-4 at halftime, and 9-8 with under 19 minutes remaining. P-P then closed out the game on an 11-3 run to blow out the visitors. Lilly Thomey PO ’19 had a huge game for the Sagehens, netting six goals, while sisters Thyra and Lily Herrmann PZ ’21 each had hat-tricks.

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