No. 10 Maryland women’s lacrosse attacker Eloise Clevenger could not be stopped in its matchup against No. 17 Princeton.
Starting early in the first quarter when she dished out a pair of assists to net-front cutters, Clevenger was on fire from the get-go. In the second quarter, she almost single-handedly propelled Maryland to a 12-5 halftime lead with a bevy of goals and some more assists. Clevenger’s three goals and four assists on the night led a solid showing from the Terps as they took down Princeton, 15-11, on Wednesday night in College Park.
The game began with a draw control win by Maryland.