The Hope College women's lacrosse team made a furious comeback in the second half before falling at Albion 12-9 in the semifinals of the MIAA Tournament on Wednesday.
The Flying Dutch concluded the 2015 season with a 6-9 record to match the program best for wins in a single season.
Sophomore Dana Kym of Libertyville, Illinois (Libertyville HS), topped Hope with four goals. She had three during the second half as the Flying Dutch outscored Albion (14-2) by a 7-2 margin.
Senior Molly Greenfield of Georgetown, Texas (Georgetown HS), had one goal and one assist. Hope's all-time leading points and goal scorer wrapped up her career with 115 points and 90 goals.
Greenfield led the Flying Dutch this season with 38 goals, third-most in team history.
Kym finished with 37 goals, fourth-most all-time.
Senior Makenzie Bortell of Montague, Michigan (Montague HS), collected one assist against Albion. Bortell, pictured, ended up with a school-record 12 assists this season.