Hood drops close road contest in final minute

Tenley Reeder (photo by Craig Chase, craigchasephotography.com)
Tenley Reeder (photo by Craig Chase, craigchasephotography.com)

GLENSIDE, Pa.- The Hood College women's lacrosse dropped a close 10-9 road contest against the Arcadia Knights in Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth play.

Inside the Box Score

How it Happened

  • The Blazers took a 1-0 advantage almost two minutes into the game when Reeder found Skorobatsch.
  • Just a minute later the Knights tied things up with a goal from Jess Kaye.
  • At 23:15 Skorobatsch found the back of the net again to put Hood back ahead.
  • Arcadia then rattled off four straight goals to take a 5-2 lead with just under 14 minutes remaining in the half.
  • Skorobatsch scored again and Jess Lyons notched a tally at the 9:51 mark. Rachel Slater scored for the Blazers just before the break to tie the game 5-5 heading into halftime.
  • The team traded goals in the second half before Phoubandith gave Hood an 8-7 advantage with 9:14 remaining.
  • The Knights recorded back-to-back goals to hold a 9-8 advantage with 3:41 left in the game.
  • A free position goal by Skorobatsch tied the game once again with a little less than two minutes on the clock.
  • Julia Imbert was able to push Arcadia ahead 10-9 with a late goal.
  • Slater was not able to capitalize on a free position shot for Hood that would have tied the game in the closing seconds.


  • Imbert had four goals.
  • Kaye and Nicole Kress each had two goals and one assist. Kaye added four draw controls and two caused turnovers.
  • Kirsten Pedicone caused five turnovers.
  • Caroline Toner scooped up six ground balls.
  • Veandra Selby stopped 11 shots.

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