Dickinson Shuts Out Women's Soccer

SU dropped a 4-0 road decision at Dickinson Wednesday afternoon.
SU dropped a 4-0 road decision at Dickinson Wednesday afternoon.

CARLISLE, Pa. – Host Dickinson College combined a strong effort on both ends of the field to fuel a 4-0 non-league women's soccer victory over Shenandoah Wednesday afternoon.

The Red Devils (6-0) held a 22-9 advantage in shots and successfully defended seven SU (3-3) corner kicks to post the shutout victory.

DC got all of the offense it would need on an Olivia Termini goal in the 14th minute before adding three more goals in the second half to provide the final margin of victory.

The Red Devils penultimate goal, in the 84th minute, came on a Shenandoah own goal.

Hornets goalkeeper Charlotte Evans had six saves in the loss.

"Becky (Rebecca Collimore) had a strong performance, but we made too many poor decisions that led to mistakes," Shenandoah coach Liz Pike said. "We will have to refocus moving forward."

The SU women are off until hosting Stevenson next Wednesday in a non-conference contest.