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April 9, 2006

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State (2-9 overall, 1-1 American Lacrosse Conference) women’s lacrosse team used a 6-3 first half lead to earn a 9-7 victory at Ohio (3-9, 0-3) Sunday afternoon in Athens, Ohio. Ohio State’s Kristen Slahor (So., Ellicott City, Md.), Kristen Hannon (So., Sykesville, Md.) and Lindsay Weiner (Jr., Eldersburg, Md.) scored two goals each with Jessica Patane (So., Farmingdale, N.Y.), Natale Miller (Jr., West Chester, Pa.) and Bethany Carey (So., Eldersburg, Md.) adding a goal each. Bobcat Shannon Hadaway scored a team-high two goals in the contest.

Ohio State opened the scoring with a Hannon goal, assisted by Slahor, with 1:06 gone in the game. Amanda Diehl tied the game at one for the Bobcats at 2:53. Weiner, with back-to-back goals at 4:25 and 6:47 gave Ohio State a 3-1 lead. The Buckeyes added goals by Miller at 8:21 and Patane at 9:57 to open a 5-1 Buckeye lead. Ohio’s Kathleen Macari stopped the Buckeyes’ four-goal run with a score at 10:37, assisted by Hadaway. OSU responded with a Carey goal at 17:28, assisted by Hannon. The Bobcats closed out the first half scoring at 21:01 with an Allison Brennan goal on an assist from Lindsey Marshall to cut the Ohio State lead to 6-3

Ohio State opened the second half at 32:30 with Hannon’s second goal of the game on a free position shot to lead, 7-3. Ohio, with a Hadaway goal at 39:34 and a free position goal by Devon Dow at 42:12, cut the Ohio State lead to 7-5. Ohio State took an 8-5 lead at 49:01 with a free position goal by Slahor. The Bobcats rallied with goals by Katie Smith at 53:00 and Hadaway’s second goal at 57:20 to cut the Buckeye lead to one at 8-7. Ohio State closed out the scoring with Slahor’s second goal of the game at 58:32, to win, 9-7.

In goal for Ohio State, Kristen Gilwee (Fr., Hunt Valley, Md.) took the win, playing 42:50 and making three saves. She gave up five goals before Kim Hastings (Sr., Sewickley, Pa.) came in to play the final 17:10, recording two saves and giving up two goals. Bobcat Jen Heup took the loss for Ohio while making 13 saves and giving up nine goals.

Ohio State continues on the road next Sunday, April 16, to play at Vanderbilt (4-7, 0-2) at noon.

Ohio State at Ohio, March 9, 2006 Pruitt Field, Athens, Ohio

Weather: Clear, low 50s

Linescore 1 2 FINAL Attendance: 126 Ohio State 6 3 9 (2-9, 1-1 ALC) Ohio 3 4 7 (3-9, 0-3 ALC)

OS-OH Scoring Summary Time School Score Goal Assist 1st Half 01:06 OS 1-0 Kristen Hannon Kristen Slahor 02:53 OH 1-1 Amanda Diehl – 04:25 OS 2-1 Lindsay Weiner – 06:47 OS 3-1 Lindsay Weiner (2) – 08:21 OS 4-1 Natale Miller – 09:57 OS 5-1 Jessica Patane – 10:37 OH 5-2 Kathleen Macari Shannon Hadaway 17:28 OS 6-2 Bethany Carey Kristen Hannon 21:01 OH 6-3 Allison Brennan Lindsey Marshall

2nd Half 32:30 OS 7-3 Kristen Hannon (2) -Free Position- 39:34 OH 7-4 Shannon Hadaway – 42:12 OH 7-5 Devon Dow -Free Position- 49:01 OS 8-5 Kristen Slahor -Free Position- 53:00 OH 8-6 Katie Smith – 57:20 OH 8-7 Shannon Hadaway (2) – 58:32 OS 9-7 Kristen Slahor (2) –

Ohio State Goals: Kristen Slahor 2, Kristen Hannon 2, Lindsay Weiner 2, Jessica Patane 1, Natale Miller 1, Bethany Carey 1 Ohio State Assists: Kristen Hannon 1, Kristen Slahor 1

Ohio Goals: Shannon Hadaway 2, Kathleen Macari 1, Amanda Diehl 1, Katie Smith 1, Devon Dow 1, Allison Brennan 1 Ohio Assists: Shannon Hadaway 1, Lindsey Marshall 1

Goalies Min GA Svs Ohio State – Kristen Gilwee (W) 42:50 5 3 Kim Hastings 17:10 2 2 Ohio – Jen Heup (L) 60:00 9 13

OS OH Shots: 25 17 Free Position Shots: 2-8 1-4 Draws: 9 9 Groundballs: 14 22 Turnovers: 20 25 Caused Turnovers: 9 8 Fouls: 25 29