Lacrosse Falls to Monmouth, 14-8

Feb. 24, 2018

Final Stats

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. -- After starting the 2018 season with a perfect 2-0 record, the George Washington lacrosse team saw its streak snapped on Saturday afternoon, falling to Monmouth, 14-8, at Kessler Stadium.

The Hawks established a 6-0 lead at the start of the game, striking first at the 24:02 mark and going on an early run. The Colonials were able to stop Monmouth's surge midway through the first half with a goal from senior co-captain Brooke Sands off of a free position shot. Fellow senior Camaryn Kerns scored four minutes later to reduce the Hawks' lead to four, but Monmouth responded with a 3-0 run to close the first half.

After the break, GW was first to find the back of the net, with Kerns netting her second goal of the game and seventh of the season. Monmouth matched Kern's goal to increase its score to 10, but Jocelyn Donohue gave the Colonials another tally at the 23:03 mark to bring the squad up to four and kick start a 4-0 run. Monmouth continued to apply the offensive pressure, leading 14-7 with 3:55 to play. Sands scored once more, but it wasn't enough as the Colonials fell 14-8.


  • Four Colonials found the back of the net during Saturday's contest. Camaryn Kerns led the squad with a career-high matching three goals, marking the second time this season she has netted a hat trick. Fellow seniors Brooke Sands and Jocelyn Donohue followed closely behind with two goals apiece, while Caroline Kiernan tallied one.
  • Freshman Jenna Oler made eight saves in her second career start in the cage.
  • Kiernan also led the team with five ground balls and three caused turnovers.
  • Freshman Abby Carlin made her first career start against Monmouth, snagging a team-high four ground balls during the game.
  • The Colonials held a 8-4 advantage in caused turnovers and matched the Hawks with 12 ground balls. Monmouth held a 17-12 edge in ground balls.
  • LOOK AHEAD: GW will head back out on the road next Saturday to play Robert Morris at 11:30 a.m.



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