Women's Lacrosse Falls to No. 19 Johns Hopkins, 15-4
Bower Records Two Assists in Loss
April 26, 2003
BALTIMORE, MD - The Colonials were unable to overcome an early 5-0 deficit to No. 19 Johns Hopkins, as George Washington lost 15-4 in their final non-conference game of the season.
GW (6-8, 1-5) struggled against JHU's (9-4) solid defensive unit, scoring their first goal 12 minutes into the match when Katie Kearns put away a pass by Lauren Bower with 18:34 remaining in the first half. Jenny Heisler added another score for the Colonials, trailing 8-2 at the half.
JHU would put the game out of reach to open the second half, scoring seven unanswered goals, and taking a 15-2 lead with just 5:59 remaining in the match. The Colonials would add a pair of goals in the waning minutes from Heidi Mayer and Erin Berry for the final tally of 15-4.
GW returns home to play St. Bonaventure in their season finale on Sunday, April 27, in a 12:00 p.m. match.
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