The Aggies opened their week with a 22-14 loss to High Point on Wednesday.
Junior attacker Elizabeth Datino tallied five goals while freshman Charlotte Morris added four assists, but the High Point Panthers were able to come away with a win due to an overwhelming second-half performance and 17 total steals.
Datino’s performance marks the third straight game she has led the Aggies in scoring. Juniors Stephanie Guercio and Hannah Mirza each chipped in two goals, while Anna Geissbuhler added a goal and two assists.
The loss was the highest scoring contest that UC Davis has played since its victory against Colorado State in 2004.
The Aggies’ woes continued with a 15-10 loss to Davidson on Tuesday.
Freshman Annie Lehner scored her first career hat trick while sophomore goalkeeper Jordan Majka saved 9 of the 26 shots she faced.
The Aggies closed a rough week with yet another loss on Sunday as they fell to Virginia Tech 18-14.
Geissbuhler scored four goals while Datino contributed three goals and two assists. Elizabeth Landry posted a hat trick with five shots and Guercio picked up a team-best of five draw controls.
With the three-game skid the Aggies fell to 2-3 on the season.
They will return to action Sunday for their home opener against Long Island at 1 p.m.
— Veena Bansa