Junior goalie Jessica Purick made eight saves for her first collegiate win and the Warriors never trailed in recording their first win of the season, 14-11, against Whitman College Tuesday evening at Carmalita Park in Punta Gorda, FL. Katie Calnen (pictured) had three ground balls and eight different players contributed at least one goal -- with seniors Maggie Bodington and Allison Wylie each netting a hat trick. Eastern broke the second and final tie with three goals - junior Michelina Pinto giving Eastern the lead for good, 7-6, with three minutes left in the first half, and freshman Katlyn Molony and senior Jenna Glynn scoring seven minutes apart early in the second half to make it 9-6. Molony won four draws and first-year sophomore Tristan Kijak three for the Warriors, who played without top scorer Alyssa Powers, a sophomore. Whitman (WA) is a fourth-year program picked to finish second in the Northwest Conference. Eastern faces SUNY Geneseo Thursday at 2 p.m. at Ross Park in Port Charlotte before opening its home season Saturday, March 24 with a non-conference match against Framingham State at the Mansfield Outdoor Complex.