FERRUM — Junior Kaitlyn Harley and senior Jacklyn Prillaman (Franklin County) added their names to Ferrum College’s ledger of women’s lacrosse single-match records in leading the Panthers to a 17-6 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) triumph over Randolph College in their final 2019 match at W.B. Adams Stadium.
With its first ODAC win, Ferrum is in its inaugural year in the conference, coach Karen Harvey’s squad ends a seven-match winning streak.
Harley netted a match-best seven goals, while Prillaman, who was honored in a pre-match ceremony as the squad’s lone senior, distributed five assists. Both rank among the best single-match totals for goal scored and assists.
Ferrum (1-7 in the ODAC, 4-11 overall) led from wire-to-wire; the Panthers were ahead 9-3 at intermission and outscored Randolph 8-3 after halftime.
The match converted to running time with 11:06 remaining when the Panthers built a 10-point, 15-5 lead. From that point, their advantage never stood at fewer than double figures.
Randolph sophomore Sarah Perry, a former standout prep player at Franklin County, competed in her first collegiate match at Adams Stadium. She netted one goal, passed out her team’s lone assist and won six draw controls.
Harley scored her seven goals on 16 shots, all of which were on goal.
Micaela Harvey (Franklin County) netted four goals for the Panthers, while Megan Allen tallied three, Regan Aldridge scored two and Prillaman found the back of the net once.
Seven of Ferrum’s 17 goals were produced by an assist as Nia Pettiford and Camille Mangum each distributed an assist.
Dana Cavallo scored two goals for Randolph (0-9 in the ODAC, 2-14 overall), while Tyrah Cobbs-Davis, Hannah Bradley and Nicole Dorton each netted a goal.
Randoph netminder Chrissy Shackleford (2-14) finished the match with 14 saves.
Ferrum goalkeeper Shaianne Ermini (4-11) collected five saves.
The Panthers registered scoring surges of four goals, six goals and three goals twice.
Ferrum outshot Randolph, 36-22, and won 14 draw controls to 11 for Randolph. Also, Ferrum was 17 of 17 on clears as opposed to Randolph’s 14 of 20 clip.
Randolph claimed 16 ground balls to 15 for Ferrum and was 1 of 7 on free-position shots, while Ferrum was 4 of 10.
Randolph committed 18 turnovers to Ferrum’s nine and was charged with 29 fouls to Ferrum’s 13.
Randolph was issued three green cards and one yellow cards, while Ferrum was given two yellow cards.
Ferrum concludes its 2019 season with a visit to Virginia Beach Saturday for an ODAC match against Virginia Wesleyan University at 1 p.m.