INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. --- The Earlham Quakers and Transylvania Pioneers stand at the top of the Heartland Collegiate Lacrosse Conference women's standings.
Earlham's Claudette Roskamp recorded eight goals and one assist for nine points over Earlham's two games last week. The freshman finished with six goals in Earlham's 15-3 win over Bethany College. Roskamp also tallied nine ground balls, five draw controls and four caused turnovers against the Bison.
Earlier in the week, Roskamp charted two goals and one assist in Earlham's 17-4 loss to Marian University, ranked No. 7 in the NAIA coaches' poll. The freshman midfielder was also credited with four ground balls and four draw controls versus the Knights. Roskamp currently leads the HCLC with 55 goals and 60 points.
Quaker goalkeeper Jordan Blackburne played all 120 minutes in goal for Earlham women's lacrosse last week, recording a win and a loss for the Quakers. The sophomore recorded a career-high 23 saves in Earlham's 17-4 loss to Marian University, the No. 7-ranked team in the NAIA coaches' poll.
On Saturday, Blackburne charted four stops as Earlham downed Bethany College, 15-3, helping the Quakers improve to 7-4 on the season.
Transylvania's Courtney Pontious led the Pioneers in a thrilling battle with the Centre College Colonels that Transylvania dropped by the final score of 15-14 on Wednesday night. The sophomore tallied a team-high seven points via five goals and two assists in the loss, while also collecting four draw controls and caused a turnover. Pontious currently ranks second in the HCLC with 49 points on the season.
For the current HCLC women's lacrosse statistical leaderboard, click here.