TOWSON, Md. – Junior Becky Gohsler (Mendham, N.J./West Morris Mendham) registered a season-high four goals Sunday afternoon, but it wasn’t enough as the Hens fell to No. 10 Towson, 16-7, at Johnny Unitas Stadium.
Gohsler added two assists to tie a career-high with a game-best six points. The midfielder also contributed a team-high six draw controls to go along with three ground balls and two caused turnovers.
Delaware (5-8, 0-2 CAA) also saw goals from junior Caroline Farley (Medford, N.J./Shawnee) and sophomores Christine Long (Mendham, N.J./Mendham) and Sydney Rausa (Ambler, Pa./Hatboro-Horsham).
Additionally, Farley logged five draw controls while senior Sara Laudermilch (Exton, Pa./Henderson) posted three caused turnovers and three draw controls.
Senior Taylor Carpentier (Garden City, N.J./Garden City) recorded nine saves, three ground balls and one caused turnover in the loss.
Emily Gillingham and Natalie Sulmonte led the Tigers (10-2, 2-0 CAA) with three goals and one assist apiece while Sulmonte registered a game-high seven draw controls.
Head Coach Kateri Linville
“We competed well and executed the game plan in the first half and that momentum led to a great start to the second half.  We have to battle for 60 minutes to win. That is the challenge this team must step up to in order to accomplish our goals together.”
   ·   MacKenzie Winn earned her first career start in her collegiate debut.
   ·   Mia DeRuggiero has posted a team-best 25 assists this season, a mark good to tie for ninth in Blue Hens single-season history.
   ·   Friday, April 13 – Delaware at Hofstra * – 7 p.m. – James M. Shuart Stadium (Hempstead, N.Y.)
   ·   Friday, April 20 – Elon at Delaware * – 6 p.m. – Delaware Stadium (Newark, Del.)
   ·   Sunday, April 22 – William & Mary at Delaware * [SENIOR DAY] – 1 p.m. – Delaware Stadium (Newark, Del.)
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