Maha Clarke and her Queens University of Charlotte Field Hockey teammates traveled to face No. 9 Limestone College for the second game in the home-and-home series. Queens were held scoreless in the match falling 8-0 to Limestone, bringing Queens' record to 6-10 on the year. Limestone improves to 14-2 with the win.
Queens totaled seven shots, putting four shots on goal. Mazvita Mtisi led the way recorded six shots, three being on goal, while Ashley Caldwell added the seventh. Miranda Childers and Kelsey Fringer both spent time in the cage. Childers recorded one save, while Fringer tallied five.
Queens got off to a hot start scoring three goals in the opening 13 minutes of action. They then added four more before the break to take a 7-0 lead into the locker room.
Queens stepped up the defensive pressure in the second half holding Limestone to just one goal in the period. However, Queens wasn't able to find the back of the cage before time expired despite all four shots on goal for the Royals coming in the half.
Kate Remley led the way for Limestone with a hat trick this afternoon, while Kate Norman and Kelly Diplock added two goals apiece.