Warner Scores Twice as No. 19 Mustangs Fall to No. 1 Salisbury on Senior Day

Warner Scores Twice as No. 19 Mustangs Fall to No. 1 Salisbury on Senior Day

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Stevenson women's lacrosse sophomore Leah Warner (Pasadena, Md./Northeast) scored both of the 19th-ranked Mustangs' goals in the first half, but Salisbury scored a season-high 20 goals as the No. 1-ranked Sea Gulls remained undefeated with a 20-2 victory Sunday at Mustang Stadium.

The loss was the first in five games for Stevenson (7-6, 4-3 CAC) at Mustang Stadium All six of the team's losses this season have come against teams ranked in the IWLCA Division III Poll.

Salisbury (15-0, 6-0 CAC) scored the game's first five goals on Sunday, three of which came from Lauren Feusahrens, before the Mustangs got on the board with 22:59 remaining in the first half on a free position shot.

The Sea Gulls then ran off another five-straight to push their lead to 10-1 before Warner netted her second of the game at 13:44.

A third 5-0 run closed the half for Salisbury who led 15-2 at halftime while holding a 21-9 edge in shots and a 12-6 advantage in draw controls. Feusahrens and Alyssa Fowler combined for eight of the team's 15 first-half goals, scoring four each. Allie Wheatley added three goals.

Senior Jenny Schroeder (Severna Park, Md./Seton Keough) totaled four first-half saves in her first game back from injury since Catholic on March 24. She ranks third in school history with 479 career saves.

The Sea Gulls scored five second-half goals while not allowing a goal despite being outshot, 9-6.

Stevenson held a 18-15 edge in ground balls, including a 14-7 margin in the second half. Seniors Sarah Pincus (New Market, Md./Linganore), Stephanie Hilton (Barnesville, Md./Poolesville) and Lauren Taguding (Baltimore, Md./Towson) each had three ground balls.

Pincus moved into fifth place on the school's career games played list, making her 64th appearance. She also moved into second place in caused turnovers, totaling three on Sunday to give her 63 for her career.

The Mustangs wrap-up the regular season at home on Wednesday when they host Hood at Mustang Stadium beginning at 4:00 p.m.