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Denver Athletics | April 20, 2014

Denver cruises to 18-6 Senior Day win against Old Dominion

  Jenn Etzel had a goal and a career-high five assists.

DENVER -- University of Denver senior Jenn Etzel had a goal and a career-high five assists, leading the Pioneers to their 13th-consecutive win with an 18-6 victory against Old Dominion on Sunday afternoon.

Kiki Boone had a career-high four goals, and Jill Remenapp added two goals and three assists for the Pioneers (15-1, 8-0 MPSF).

Denver lead the entire game, and all four seniors scored. Meredith Harris had a hat trick while Annabelle Gilbride and Sonorah Vinyard recorded one each. Vinyard added five draw controls and three caused turnovers against the Monarchs (3-11).

“We’re really excited. Everyone did a great job, it was a fun day on a great day,” said head coach Liza Kelly. “The seniors are happy to score, but even more happy that we won to stay undefeated at home once again. Looking ahead, Oregon is always a tough opponent. It will be good to face them heading into the conference tournament and keeping us on our toes.”

Christa Reese scored a hat trick, and Layne Voorhees registered five caused turnovers and three ground balls.

Hannah Hook made nine saves, including three in the second half, as she split time in goal with Maddy Stevenson.

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