Ohio State then-junior goalie Jill Rizzo (1) clamps the ball after a shot on goal during the Buckeye’s 10-15 loss against Michigan on March 21. Credit: Gretchen Rudolph | For The Lantern

Ohio State women’s lacrosse had its quick early season start halted Saturday with its first loss.

The Buckeyes (3-1) fell to No.15 Stony Brook (2-0) 20-7 in New York. 

Ohio State freshman midfielder Caly OBrien and sophomore midfielder Chloë Johnson each scored three of the Buckeyes’ seven goals during the game.

Stony Brook opened with a goal from freshman midfielder Charlotte Verhulst less than two minutes into the contest.

The Seawolves controlled the game throughout, scoring the first eight goals of the game. Three players with hat tricks going into the second half.

OBrien scored the Buckeyes’ first goal of the game off a free position shot.

However, it wasn’t enough to spark the Buckeye momentum as the Seawolves continued to score another three consecutive goals bringing the score to 11-1.

Johnson scored two goals for the Buckeyes at the end of the first half.  

Ohio State attempted to mount a comeback as OBrien scored the first goal of the second half, assisted by senior midfielder Meghan Matey. But there was too much margin for the Buckeyes to close.

The Seawolves went on another four-goal run, until Johnson broke the run with a hat trick to bring the score to 18-6.

The Buckeyes will continue their season at home against the Cincinnati Bearcats at 5p.m. Wednesday.