Bowes Nets 100th Career Goal, Mustangs Win Eighth Straight

Bowes Nets 100th Career Goal, Mustangs Win Eighth Straight

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Junior Carly Bowes scored her 100th career goal and the Stevenson University women's lacrosse team scored seven of the final eight goals of the first half en route to a 20-12 MAC Commonwealth victory over Widener Saturday afternoon at Mustang Stadium.

  • Stevenson (11-3, 5-0 MAC Commonwealth) scored 23 seconds into the game as Kaitlyn Kozlowski registered her 12th goal of the season.
  • Kelly Lynch responded with her 49th goal of the season just 1:27 later for Widener (5-9, 2-4 MAC Commonwealth).
  • Dana Stevens scored 18 seconds later to reclaim the lead for the Mustangs, with Tea Ferrara assisting.
  • Bowes scored her first goal of the game at the 22:18 mark.
  • After Widener scored to pull within a goal, another Bowes tally with 19:22 left made it 4-2.
  • The Pride scored two goals in a span of 2:24 to tie the game at exactly 15:00.
  • After a timeout, Stevenson reeled off six straight goals to go up 10-4 with just under four minutes left before halftime.
  • Bowes scored her 100th career goal during the run with 10:12 left.
  • The run was capped by back-to-back goals by Lindsay Seipp at 4:46 and 3:47.
  • The Pride broke their scoring drought with a goal at 3:06 on the clock.
  • Seipp closed out the first half scoring with her fourth goal of the opening stanza 58 seconds before halftime.

  • Widener scored the first two goals of the second half to pull within 11-7 at the 24:04 mark.
  • Lynch's goal at 24:04 was her fifth point of the day and gave her the Widener record for career points with 277.
  • Caroline Murphy scored her first goal of the day at 23:44 off a feed from Bowes.
  • The two teams traded the next three goals before a 4-0 Mustang run capped by a Seipp tally made it 17-9 with 13:24 left.
  • Lan Le Crotty notched her second goal of the day on a man-down goal at 15:22.
  • Two goals by the Pride 19 seconds apart put them within 17-11 with 12:08 to play.
  • Stevenson closed out the scoring with goals by Hannah Huff at 8:28 and Mary Marc at 7:23.

  • Stevenson had eight players score, topped by Seipp's five goals and an assist.
  • Bowes finished with four goals and three assists.
  • Stevens registered three goals and an assist.
  • Murphy and Le Crotty each posted two goals and two assists, with Kozlowski recording a pair of goals.
  • Sarah Roerty had eight draw controls and three caused turnovers.
  • Gabby DiGello finished with three caused turnovers, three draw controls and three ground balls.
  • Mack Ferguson went the distance in goal and recorded nine saves and also had a pair of caused turnovers.
  • Stevenson outshot Widener 53-28 and won 21 of the game's 34 draws.
  • Stevenson's eight-game win streak is its longest since 2015, when it also won eight in a row.
  • The 20 goals were Stevenson's second-highest offensive output of the season.  It had 21 in a win at Elizabethtown on March 27.
  • The Mustangs improved to 8-0 all-time against Widener.

Lindsay Seipp beats the shot clock for her fifth goal of the game in the second half.

  • Stevenson travels to Albright on Wednesday, April 17 for a key 7 pm MAC Commonwealth contest.
  • The Mustangs return home on Saturday, April 20, entertaining Arcadia in a 1:00 game at Mustang Stadium.