March 3, 2013

Loggers Light Up Scoreboard In Season-Opener

MCMINNVILLE, Ore. – The Puget Sound women's lacrosse team scored the first seven goals of the game and never looked back in a 19-4 win over Linfield on Sunday. Grace Reid led the scoring onslaught with four goals for the Loggers (1-0).

Reid and Caroline Cook combined to score the first four goals of the game and the Loggers were up 7-0 before the Wildcats (0-1) could get on the board. At halftime, the Loggers had already built 11-1 lead.

Cook and Maddie Soukup each added three goals while three more Loggers scored twice. Schulman scored two goals and dished out a team-leading four assists.

The Loggers kept the pressure on in the second half with five more unanswered goals. The lead ran to 16-1 before Linfield scored three late goals.

The Loggers will look to keep momentum in their home-opener on Mar. 11. The Loggers will host Pacific on Lower Baker at 5:30 p.m.

Lauren Stuck
Mount Airy, Md.
South Carroll HS

A junior in her third season of Logger lacrosse, Lauren Stuck knows what it means to be a member of a team. She loves working alongside her teammates, who provide a constant reminder that she is a part of something bigger than herself. “Playing a team sport requires you to put your teammates above yourself, being willing to push yourself for the sake of others, and trusting that your teammates are doing the same thing for you. It’s a palpable feeling when everyone on the field is working together; when the many parts form a working whole and everyone gets to share that success. It is an amazing feeling."