CARLISLE, Pa. - The Shenandoah University field hockey team earned its second-ever field hockey win over Dickinson with a 2-1 non-league win Wednesday afternoon.
HOW IT HAPPENED
01:29 | Chelsea Kramer scored an unassisted goal through a cluster of Hornet defenders two minutes into the game.
QUOTES FROM COACH
"Coming in we knew this game would be a battle," said Head Coach Ashley Smeltzer-Kraft. "Dickinson scored early and we didn't let that get us down. I am proud of the girls for fighting through a physical game and making the most of scoring opportunities. Our defense came up big several times at the end of the game, everyone played their part to earn this win. It was a total team effort."
Today's game was the start of a four-game stretch on the road. The Hornets play at Stevenson on Saturday, September 15 at 6:00.
SU outshot Dickinson 17-15.
Isabella Morande recorded nine saves in the winning efforts.
The Red Devils had the advantage in Penalty corners 10-6, four of which were in the last minute of regulation.
After the Shenandoah win today, the Red Devils still hold a 5-2 advantage in the series history. Dickinson and SU have played each other every season since they first met in 2012.
- Shenandoah's lone win prior to today was a 4-3 victory on September 1, 2012.