GAFFNEY, S.C. -- An 8-2 run in the second half helped lead No. 6 Limestone (6-1, 1-0 CC) to an impressive 14-6 victory against Indiana (Pa.) (0-1, 0-0 PSAC) on Monday.

Sarah Oor vaulted herself back to the national lead in points and assists as she finished with five points (one goal, five assists) to lead the Saints attack. She now has 32 points and 19 assists on the season.

Sam McCarrick and Jessica Aguanno were also big for Limestone, both scoring three goals. Brittany Howard contributed both offensively and defensively as she finished with a pair of goals and a caused turnovers. Skylar Marcoux was strong on defense with seven groundballs.

Racquel Prager, Jessie Aguglia, Sylvia Queener, Lindsay Malecki and Chelsea Hargett scored one goal each. Brigid Milchling played all 60 minutes between the pipes, allowing six goals and making seven saves to improve to 6-1 on the season.

McCarrick got Limestone on the board in the first 30 seconds of the game but the Crimson Hawks answered back with a goal by Alexa Lodovici at the 21:17 mark to tie the game. The teams then alternated scores before IUP's Corinne Miller converted on a free position attempt at 15:43 that gave them a 3-2 lead.

The Saints then went on to dominate the Crimson Hawks for the rest of the game, outscoring them 12-3. After leading just 6-4 at the half, Limestone exploded for eight goals to IUP's two in the second half.

Paige Corathers was the only Crimson Hawk to record multiple goals, finishing with a pair while Stephanie Bianco, Lodovici, Corinne Miller and Alex Edwards each scored once. Sarah Ward and Tenley Seidel each added an assist while Bianco and Miller finished with eight and six groundballs, respectively. Chelsey Hipp played all 60 minutes in goal, allowing 14 goals and making 12 saves to fall to 0-1 on the season.