October 29, 20171st2ndFinal
Newberry000
Lindenwood134
Scoring
LWU12:36Greta Banholzer
LWU45:38Noor Fons (Greta Banholzer )
LWU52:30Graycen Dave (Savannah Motley )
LWU59:21Megan Martin (Kaitlin MacLennan )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
NBYAllison Davis59:2135
NBYDakota Elzy10:3912
NBYTEAM0:0001
LWUSkylar Starbeck58:5800
LWUMackenzie Litterst11:0201
LWUTEAM0:0000
Stats at a GlanceNBYLWU
Shots (on Goal)4 (1) 21 (12)
Saves81
Offsides00
Corner Kicks48
Fouls00
Newberry closes regular season at Lindenwood


Newberry closes regular season at Lindenwood
Sunday, October 29, 2017 | by Asha Evans, Athletic Communications Assistant

ST. CHARLES, Mo. – The Wolves concluded regular season play against conference rival Lindenwood on Sunday, Oct. 29 with a final score of 4-0.


Lindenwood (15-2, 9-1) played aggressively from the start, notching 11 shots with five on goal in the first period. The Lions were also able to come up with six penalty corners, leading the Wolves 1-0 going into halftime. Coming out of the half, Lindenwood tacked on their final three goals.


Newberry (6-12, 3-7) would find a spark in the waning minutes of the second period in hopes of a late rally, but were unable to connect on their various shot attempts. Possession belonged to the Wolves for eight of the final ten minutes as Newberry seemed to have a fresh breath of air.


Kristyna Oyola
garnered a penalty corner in the 60th minute that led to a shot by Haley Smith that went wide beyond the goal. Oyola gathered the rebound to send a shot of her own that was blocked by a Lion. After her shot, Oyola was granted another penalty corner that made Lindenwood goalkeeper, Mackenzie Litterst save Brady Keeler’s attempt.


Newberry was then allotted another corner that was initiated by Oyola again, seeing Kechelle Robinson's shot blocked by a Lion. Newberry’s final penalty corner attempt came in the 67th minute led this time by Paige Lehine, was stripped by Lindenwood and sent down the field as they attempted two more shots on Dakota Elzy, who had just recently entered the game in relief of Allison Davis.


The Wolves have earned the number four seed in the upcoming ECAC Division II Field Hockey tournament, the schedule and seeding will be released shortly.