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Women's Lacrosse Defeated at Hope

Mallory Tognetti tallied one assist in Tech's Tuesday loss (photo credit: Judith Rackow).
Mallory Tognetti tallied one assist in Tech's Tuesday loss (photo credit: Judith Rackow).

HOLLAND, Mich - The Illinois Tech women's lacrosse team traveled to Michigan on Tuesday evening to oppose the Flying Dutch of Hope College. The Scarlet Hawks were defeated 16-5, falling to 1-2 on the season.

How it Happened

  • After two Dutch goals to start the action, the Scarlet Hawks scored courtsey of Shanie Scoles with 22:49 left in the half to bring the score to 2-1.
  • Hope responded with its largest run of the day, rattling off nine straight tallies to build an 11-1 lead with just over four minutes to play in the half.
  • Alyssa DeLuca was able to put the Scarlet Hawks on the board once again with 2:39 left in the first half. Hope scored once more to take a 12-2 lead into intermission.
  • The Flying Dutch scored the first three goals of the second half before Scoles scored on a free position shot. Another DeLuca goal just over two minutes later made the score 15-4 in favor of Hope with 15:47 left in the match.
  • Hope scored once more, but Mallory Tognetti found DeLuca with 2:18 left to play to round out the scoring.

Scarlet Hawk Standouts

  • DeLuca tallied a hat trick, her first of the season.
  • Scoles had her second multi-goal game to go along with team-highs in draw controls (seven) and caused turnovers (two).
  • Tognetti tallied an assist and three draw controls.

Stats to Know

  • The Dutch outshot Tech 35-12.
  • Hope's 16-of-17 clears helped the hosts to control the match.
  • The Scarlet Hawks improved on draw controls, playing a strong Hope team nearly even in the category (Hope 12, Tech 11).

Up Next

  • The Scarlet Hawks will play on Wednesday, March 21 to open Midwest Women's Lacrosse Conference play. Tech hosts Concordia-Chicago at 7:00 p.m. Live audio, video, and stats will be available. The live audio will be powered by Illinois Media School.