ALMA, Mich. - After struggling all season, Tiffin dominated.
The Dragons closed out the first half with 12 unanswered goals for a 13-1 lead en route to a 2-13 victory.
Alexandria Quast, the nation's leading scorer, tallied seven goals and four assists to tie TU's single-game record for points (11).
Eight other players scored for Tiffin, which improved to 2-12.
Alexis MacMillian added four goals and three assists, Kalie Weinheimer scored three times, Elyse Braun turned in two and Kaitlyn Clark, Steffi Pok, Kelley Miller, Heather Denaro and Madeline Kane all added one.
Pok and Miller each added an assist, and Clarke tied the team single-game record for ground balls at 13.
TU tennis falls in
MIDLAND, Mich. - Top-seeded Northwood dropped Tiffin 5-0 in tennis Friday in the opening round of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship.
The Dragons resume play today against the loser from the Grand Valley State/Ohio Dominican match.
The closest match came in doubles play, where Alex Weaver and Craig Martin fell 8-5.
Andres Torres and Leonid Vladimirov lost 8-4, while the duo of Luiz Carvalho and Santiago Revelo fell 8-2.
Carvalho (6-0, 6-1) and Kyle Johnson (6-1, 6-1) lost their singles matches.
Ashland gets around TU twice
ASHLAND - Tiffin squandered a 3-1 lead late in the first game and fell 4-3 before dropping the second game 7-0 Friday in a pair of losses to Ashland.
The Dragons (25-22, 16-14 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) led by two runs with one out in the seventh in the first game before Ashland rallied back.
The Eagles got a two-run homer to tie the game before a two-out single gave them the win.
Meagan Baird drilled two homers in the opener for TU and Amanda Temple belted another. Stephanie Bobotas and Payton Denman both doubled.
Amber Young suffered the loss, striking out 10.
Abbey Cooksey took the loss in the second game, giving up four earned runs over five innings.
Ashland broke open a close game with six runs over the final three innings.
Jessie Creakbaum doubled for TU.