DANVILLE, Ky. -- Centre College (2-2; 1-1 SAA) road the wave of a strong first half to earn a 14-5 Southern Athletic Association win over the Birmingham-Southern Women's Lacrosse team (2-3; 0-2 SAA) Friday the South Campus Complex.
Centre scored three goals during the first two minutes to take an early 3-0 lead before the Panthers got on the board on an Amanda Anderson goal with 26:03 left in the first half.
Centre scored four goals over the final 20 minutes of the first half to take an 8-1 lead to the locker room. Meg Hawthorne tallied two goals and Audrey Powers and Sarah Mastey had a goal apiece during the stretch.
The Colonels stretch the lead to 11-1 early in the second half before Madeline Golden scored the Panthers second goal at the 18:59 mark.
Whitney Smith led BSC with five ground balls while made 14 saves for BSC.
Mastey and Powers led the Colonels with three goals each while Mastey caused four turnovers.
Birmingham-Southern plays Carthage College on Saturday at a time to be announced.