BREVARD, N.C.- Nina Siu, Hunter Denney and Victoria Hayes each tallied three goals, however Greensboro came out on top 17-9 in women's lacrosse action on Saturday afternoon at Ives-Lemel Field. Natalie Richey recorded a game-high five goals and tied for a game-high three assists, followed by Madison Blashaw and Kara Whitson each with four goals in the game.
Brevard (0-4) trailed 11-5 at the end of the first half, but went on a 3-1 run to begin the second frame including a goal from Hayes one minute into the second half. However, Greensboro (1-2) churned out five unanswered goals over nine minutes to take the commanding 17-8 lead with 7:26 left in the contest.
Over the course of the game Siu recorded two up-goals for the Tornados, which led all players in the game in that category. The senior leads Brevard in goals (11) and total points (15) on the season.
Senior goalkeeper Shelby Arsenault earned the start in the net, where she logged eight saves while playing all 60 minutes of the game.
The Tornados will return to action on Feb. 28 as they go on the road to take on Salem, with the game set to start at 4:00 p.m.