COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State women’s lacrosse team lost to Colorado, 14-10, Sunday afternoon in Ohio State Lacrosse Stadium.
The Buckeyes (4-5) led Colorado (1-4) 2-1 after the first quarter but were down 7-4 at halftime. Ohio State scored the first three goals of the third quarter to tie the game at seven. Colorado notched the next goal but back-to-back Ohio State scores put the Buckeyes ahead 9-8, their first lead since the first quarter. A Colorado goal in the final second of the third again tied the score. The Buffs tallied the first two of the fourth for an 11-9 advantage. Ohio State drew within one, 11-10, at 7:19, but Colorado answered with two quick goals to push the lead to 13-10 and a late goal led to the 14-10 final.
Regan Alexander had a career-high tying 14 saves in the Buckeye cage. Nicole Ferrara had a hat trick and an assist for Ohio State, while Jamie Lasda had four points with two goals and two assists. Zoe Coleman tallied twice for the Scarlet and Gray. Ohio State had 17 draw controls, led by Chloe Johnson with seven and Caly O’Brien with six.
The Buckeyes will return to Big Ten play at 1 p.m. Saturday when they host Johns Hopkins in Ohio State Lacrosse Stadium. Admission and parking are free.
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