WINCHESTER, Va. - The Shenandoah University women's soccer team fell 3-0 visiting Salisbury University Saturday afternoon in non-league action.
The Hornets (2-4) had good scoring opportunities in the 16th and 63rd minutes but the Sea Gulls (2-4) were able to come up with big saves - successfully thwarting an SU breakaway and then an Emily Yergin penalty kick.
HOW IT HAPPENED
45′ | Ryan Wright scored on a free kick from 35 yards out. Keeper Anna Jacobson was able to get a glove on the ball but Wright's strong shot was unable to be redirected.
53′ | Dakota Campbell's shot when over Jacobson's head and bounced into the far post.
57′ | Juliana Looney delivered a pass to Alyssa Chesney who shot rolled in the near post.
The Hornets travel to Stevenson University on Wednesday, September 19th for a 7:00 p.m. matchup.
The match was incredibly physical with 20 fouls called, 13 of which were in the first half alone.
The Sea Gulls outshot the Hornets 20-17
The two teams split six corner kicks.
Anna Jacobson had six saves in 60 minutes of action.
- Freshman Emilie Smith recorded four saves in 30 minutes.