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NCAA.com | May 28, 2018

Gettysburg beats Middlebury 11-9 for DIII women's lacrosse title

Gettysburg wins the 2018 DIII Women's Lacrosse Championship

For the second year in a row, the Gettysburg Bullets traveled to Kerr Stadium in Salem, Virginia, and walked out Division III Women's Lacrosse champions.

The Bullets topped Middlebury 11-9 in a matchup of the past two years' champions. Gettysburg held a slim 6-5 halftime lead, but extended it all the way to 11-6 in the second period. But the Panthers would not go away, trimming the deficit to 11-9 before running out of time.

Liza Barr came up huge for the Gettysburg offense with five goals, including a hat trick in the first half, while goalie Bailey Pilder was outstanding with 12 saves.

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A full recap of the exciting morning contest can be found below:

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