Women's Lacrosse: Eagles Fall At Wheelock

Kaylea Parkin got the Eagles on the board with their first goal of the day at Wheelock.

Boston, Mass. - The Wheelock College women's lacrosse team topped visiting Daniel Webster College, 19-5, this afternoon in a New England Collegiate Conference match at Winsor Field in Boston, MA.  The Wildcats improve to 1-6 overall and 1-0 in the NECC opener, while the Eagles fall to 0-2 and 0-1.
Sophomore attacker Emma Marrs (Old Lyme, CT) tied the school record with 10 points on seven goals and three assists for the hosts.

The Wildcats netted the first 11 goals of the afternoon, including four each from Marrs and junior midfielder Katie Gavin (Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA).  Senior middie Despina Savvoulides (Norwalk, CT) scored twice in the first half and sophomore Molly Centore (Kennebunk, ME) also tallied a goal.
Senior midfielder Kaylea Parkin (Red Hook, NY) took advantage of Wheelock having two players in the penalty area and put Daniel Webster on the board with 10 ticks remaining in the opening period to make it 11-1.
Junior midfielder Christina Cubera (Baltimore, MD) took a feed from freshman attacker Anna Shuqom (Brookline, MA) and scored the first goal of the second half for the Wildcats with 27:12 to go, before the Eagles answered with a pair of goals. 

Sophomore attacker Alexis Pavelock (Saratoga Spring, NY) scored twice in a span of 70 seconds to cut the deficit to 12-3 for the visitors with 24:34 to play in the match.  Savvoulides and Parkin traded scores to keep it a nine-goal deficit at 13-4, before Marrs and Pavelock also matched goals to make it 14-5 with 15:46 showing in the second half.
Wheelock tallied the final five goals of the match, including Marrs' record-tying score with 4:59 left in the match to give her a team-high 21 goals on the season and the home team a 19-5 advantage.
Pavelock led the Eagles with four points on three goals and an assist, while adding five ground balls, three caused turnovers and a draw control.  Parkin tallied two goals, picked up three ground balls, caused three turnovers and won a draw control, while junior defender Jennifer Fredericks (Beacon Falls, CT) scooped up three ground balls and caused three turnovers to lead the defense.
Sophomore goalie Erika Belmore (Mattapoisett, MA) earned the victory in her first collegiate start in net for the Wildcats with 10 saves, while freshman goalie Lauren Carrick (Pelham, NH) stopped nine shots for Daniel Webster.
Wheelock will be in action again on Monday, April 8 when it hosts Anna Maria College on the Winsor Field at 7:00 p.m., while the Eagles return to play on April 11, hosting University of Saint Joseph (CT) at 4:00 p.m.

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