No. 24 Mount Olive Falls To No. 8 Rollins 14-6 In Neutral Site Match

No. 24 Mount Olive Falls To No. 8 Rollins 14-6 In Neutral Site Match

SPARKS, MD. – The No. 24 Mount Olive Trojans fell to the Tars of No. 8 Rollins College 14-6 in non-conference action at Tierney Field, the US Lacrosse National Headquarters, in Sparks, Md. Jackie Kaderabek led the Trojans with two of Mount Olive's six goals.

Score: No. 8 Rollins 14 - No. 24 Mount Olive 6
Records: No. 24 Mount Olive (6-2), No. 8 Rollins (6-0)
Location: Tierney Field - US Lacrosse National Headquarters  |  Sparks, Md.

How It Happened


  • Rollins found the scoreboard first in the sixth minute of action on an unassisted shot with 23:24 on the clock and put up a second goal less than a minute later (22:33) to take a 2-0 lead.
  • Kelly Young found the back of the net for the Trojans' first goal of the game at the 22:04 mark of the first half to close the Tars lead to one.
  • Over the next seven minutes, Rollins scored a trio of goals, two off of free position attempts, to go up 5-1 before the clock hit 15 minutes remaining in the first half.
  • Freshman Meaghan Michaud put up the Trojans second goal at 13:35 following a pass from Kiara Burke, which closed the gap to a three-goal differential.
  • Another three-goal run by Rollins gave the Tars an 8-2 lead as the clock neared the five-minute mark.
  • The Trojans got the last word as Jackie Kaderabek connected on a free position shot as the two teams entered halftime with the Tars leading 8-3.


  • Rollins scored the opening goal of the second half, but Tiffany Lee responded with a goal less than 50 seconds later putting the score at 9-4 with 27 minutes still to play.
  • RC scored their 10th goal of the game in the 39th minute of action on a free position shot, however, Kaderabek closed the gap to five goals as she scored the fifth Trojan goal on an assisted pass from Young at 18:23.
  • Four unanswered goals by the Tars opened up a nine-goal difference, 14-5, as the clock approached four minutes left in regulation.
  • Mount Olive found one final goal as Skylar Grady connected with the back of the net with 39 seconds in the game as Rollins took the 14-6 win over the Trojans.


Mount Olive returns to action Sunday, March 17, as they travel to Banner Elk, N.C., to take on the Bobcats of Lees-McRae College in Conference Carolinas action. The Trojans and Bobcats meet for first draw at 3 p.m. at the Fred I. Dickerson Athletic Complex.