ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Marist College split a pair of games on the final day of the Wolverine Invitational with an 11-5 victory against Gannon University, followed by a 12-5 loss to No. 7 Michigan. Rosie Pauli finished the day with five goals, giving her a team-leading 24 on the season.

The Red Foxes’ domination in the first half proved to be the difference in their win against Gannon. Marist raced out to a 7-0 first half advantage by scoring four in the first quarter and three in the second. One goal was scored by each side in the third quarter before Gannon outscored Marist 4-3 in the fourth quarter.

Kelly Kline led Marist with three goals, while Pauli and Heather Fellmeth added two goals apiece. Agnes Konopka, Grace Hatcher, Shelby Rinker and Natalie Stringer tallied one goal each for Marist. Stringer’s goal was the first of her collegiate career. Goalkeeper Alexis Solaro made eight saves for the Red Foxes.

In their second meeting of the season, Marist and seventh-ranked Michigan ended the first quarter in a 2-2 tie, but the Wolverines exploded in the second quarter, outscoring the Red Foxes 8-1 to take a 10-3 lead into the half. Michigan shut out Marist 1-0 in the third quarter, but the Red Foxes took the fourth quarter by a 2-1 edge. The 12-5 loss stopped Marist’s three-game winning streak.

Pauli scored three goals and Konopka added two more for the Red Foxes.