Owls Cap Off Season at McDaniel

Kylie Woo plays for the Owls in the 2019 season

WESTMINSTER, Md. - The Bryn Mawr lacrosse team wrapped up their 2019 season earlier Saturday afternoon with one final Centennial Conference contest, this time at McDaniel. Kylie Woo led the Owls with two goals on the day, while Nina Houri and Isabel Shin each added another. However, McDaniel used a 13-0 halftime lead to ultimately claim a 17-4 win on the day.

McDaniel got off to a quick start in today's contest, never really giving the Owls a foothold in the first half. The hosts scored just 46 seconds into the frame to take a 1-0 lead and did not look back from there. The Green Terror added 11 more goals in the next 19 minutes of play, then tacked on a final tally with two minutes to go in the half to take their 14-0 halftime lead.

Bryn Mawr put together a much more solid second half however, as the Owls got on the board with just over 20 minutes to play in the game. Isabel Shin was the first to strike for Bryn Mawr, earning a free-position shot and then converting with a well-placed effort on goal. Kylie Woo followed up just a couple of minutes later, scoring on a free position shot of her own. Then, with just over five minutes to play, the Owls scored twice more, starting with a great goal from Houri. The first-year took a fantastic pass from her classmate Shin and then fired a shot into the back of the cage. Woo closed out the scoring for the Owls a couple of minutes later with an unassisted goal to get the Owls their fourth of the game.

Despite the tough result on the day, it has still been an impressive season for the Owls. Bryn Mawr has continued to improve under the guidance of head coach Kelly Corbett, as the team earned their most wins in her tenure (most since 2016). They also had numerous impressive performances against conference opponents, with some of their best showings against those rivals since the mid- to early 2000s.

The Owls will continue to train hard and keep pushing forward, as they'll return for fall practices in September.