The Hamilton College women's lacrosse team plays a 6 p.m. NESCAC game against the Williams College Ephs Tuesday in Williamstown, Mass.
The Continentals, who moved up to 13th in the latest national coaches poll, have won six of their last seven. They bring a 7-4 overall record into the Williams game and are tied for third in the NESCAC standings with a mark of 5-2.
Morgan Fletcher '17 has team-best totals of 16 goals, 27 points and 27 ground balls in addition to her conference-best figure of 22 caused turnovers. Nora Klemmer '17 (14-10) and Kara Pooley '19 (11-13) have both scored 24 points. Darby Philbrick '18 has won a team-leading 25 draw controls. Hannah Burrall '19 has started all but one game in goal, compiling a 7.13 goals-against average.
Williams (4-6 overall, 1-5 NESCAC) has lost four of five, including a 16-11 defeat Saturday at the hands of Wesleyan. Emma Tenbarge is second in the NESCAC with 27 goals and ranks third in ground balls (48). Kat Fearey and Jenna Chodos rank first and fourth in the conference in ground balls with respective totals of 36 and 27 ground balls. Margaret Draper owns a .455 save percentage and a goals-against of 11.91.