ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. – Shenandoah University completed its non-conference field hockey slate Thursday afternoon with a 3-2 victory at St. Mary's of Maryland.
The Hornets (8-6) also clinched at least a .500 regular season record with the win over the Seahawks (6-5).
SMCM had the opening goal of the game, scoring just 52 seconds in, before SU answered with three goals in a span of 6:11.
At 19:53, just 32 seconds after VanHorn had given Shenandoah a 2-1 lead, Darrow scored unassisted with what proved to be the game-winner.
SU held that two-goal advantage until the 'Hawks closed the book on the day's scoring with 17 seconds remaining.
St. Mary's outshot the Hornets 18-7 and held a 15-4 advantage in penalty corners.
Freshman Kaitlyn Gregory had four saves to earn the win in her first collegiate start.