FULTON, Mo. - Westminster lacrosse was blanked by Siena Heights in their fifth home game of the year.
The Blue Jays fall to 0-6 on the year with the loss.
"Today was a tough game playing with two players down," said Westminster Head Coach Kristi Crowley. "The girls fought hard and left it all on the field. I think we learned a lot about ourselves today and definitely worked on the mental toughness aspect of the game."
After falling behind early, Westminster was never able to recover, falling short 22-0 to a solid Saints squad.
The Blue Jays return to action Tuesday, Mar. 20 at University of Colorado Springs and Mar. 22 at Adams State.