WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
- Victoria Zysik and Emily Wadds combined for 11 goals in the Tigers NCAC victory.
- Ten of Wittenberg's 20 goals in the contest came off of assists, as Gabrielle Zysik paced the Tigers with three assists.
- Wadds helped the Tigers gain possession at the center dot all day, recording 19 draw-controls in the victory.
SITE: Springfield, Ohio (Wittenberg University)
SCORE: Wittenberg 20 Wooster 15
RECORDS: Wittenberg 9-5 (3-2), Wooster 9-3 (2-2)
NEXT GAME: Tuesday, April 18—vs. Oberlin College (Springfield, Ohio) 6:00 PM
- Trailing 5-3, Wittenberg cut the Wooster lead to one with a Wadds goal from Madeline Stock with 17:40 remaining in the first half.
- With 6:14 remaining in the opening half, Wittenberg tied the game up at 7-7 as Victoria Zysik found the back of the net from Gabrielle Zysik
- Wadds rattled off three goals in the final 4:40 of the first half, giving the Tigers an 11-7 lead.
- Scoring ten unanswered goals put the Tigers well out in front, as Becca Joseph capped off the run with 24:30 remaining in the game, giving Wittenberg a 15-7.
- With 9:29 remaining in the game, Wittenberg would go up 17-11 on an unassisted goal by Haley Schroeder.
- Zysik put the final exclamation point on the game with a goal with under a minute to play off of a pass from Breanna Donnelly, as the Tigers led 20-14.
- Wittenberg out-hustled the Fighting Scots, scooping up 34 ground-balls, as Stock led the Tigers with six.
- Wadds presence at the center dot proved to make a difference for Wittenberg, as the Tigers controlled 26 draw-controls to Wooster's nine.
- Wittenberg forced Wooster into 14 turnovers in the game, as Samantha Skelly, Rachel Bernard and Rachael Yoho each caused two turnovers.