Courtesy: Indiana Athletics
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The No. 13-ranked Indiana University water polo team defeated Saint Francis on Saturday afternoon, 18-7, at the Michigan Invitational in Ann Arbor, Mich.
With the victory, the Hoosiers improve to 5-1 on the season overall, while the Red Flash fall to 2-3.
- After leading the Red Flash, 6-5, at halftime, the Hoosiers throttled SFU in the second half, out-scoring them 12-2 to earn the victory.
- Sophomore Zoe Crouch led Indiana with a career-high four goals along with three assists and a steal, while junior Lauren Etnyre matched her personal-best with three scores to go with an assist and two steals.
- Freshman Sophie Wazzan put on a defensive clinic in the game, setting a career-high with seven steals. The rookie also added a pair of assists.
- Junior goalkeeper Sarah Greeven earned the win for IU, making six saves to go with a steal.
- Indiana leads the overall series with Saint Francis, 7-0, including a 3-0 mark this season. IU outscored Saint Francis, 51-17, in the team’s three wins over the Red Flash this year.
- Sophomore Katherine Hawkins matched her PR with three goals, while freshman Kiki Mein tallied the first multi-goal game of her career, scoring twice.
- Sophomores Robyn Greenslade (3) and Lanna Debow (2) each had career-bests in steals, while freshman Kallie White matched her PR with two goals.
- The Hoosiers will continue play in the Michigan Invitational on Sunday, Feb. 21. IU will face Salem at 3:00 p.m. ET and No. 6 Michigan at 6:00 p.m. ET.