Goal In Each Half Pushes Shorewomen Past Mustangs

Goal In Each Half Pushes Shorewomen Past Mustangs

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - Visiting Washington College scored a goal in each have to post a 2-0 non-conference field hockey victory over Stevenson Saturday evening at Mustang Stadium.

  • Jean Hart put a shot in goal in the third minute for Stevenson (1-3) that was turned aside by Shorewomen goalie Kayla Zapcic.
  • Mustang goalie Kelsey Eure made her first save of the game on a bid by Jillian Brejnik on a penalty corner.
  • Hart had another bid on goal on a penalty corner just past the nine-minute mark that was saved by Zapcic.
  • The first quarter finished scoreless with Washington College (1-2) leading in shots 4-2.

  • Julianna Sterling scored the game's first goal 1:33 into the frame off a long feed from Grace Steele.
  • Eure made a sprawling save at the 18:25 mark on a ball that Kyra Heap tried to sneak inside the right post.
  • The Shorewomen had all five shots in the quarter as it took a 1-0 lead into the break.

  • Midway through the period, Eure made a save with her right pad on a shot by Kailyn Brandt.
  • With just under six minutes to go in the frame, Brooke Morris put a ball through a defender's legs and put a shot on goal that was saved by Zapcic.
  • Parker Wolf made it 2-0 in favor of the guests at the 41:52 mark, with Steele notching her second assists of the night.
  • Olivia Lewis and Alexis Arruda both put shots on frame, but both were turned aside by Zapcic.
  • Shots were 5-3 in favor of Washington.

  • Eure turned aside a backhanded bid by Sophie Grabiec with just over 11 minutes to play.
  • Stevenson generated a pair of penalty corners with just over five minutes to go, but did not turn either into a shot.
  • The guests had all three shots in the final 15 minutes.

  • Eure recorded eight saves, while Zapcic had five stops en route to the shutout.
  • The Shorewomen held a 17-5 shot advantage on the night.
  • Hart led the Mustangs with a pair of shots.
  • The road team has won the last four games in the series, with Stevenson winning in Chestertown in 2016 and 2018, and the Shorewomen emerging victorious in Owings Mills in 2017 and this season.

  • Stevenson returns to action Tuesday night when it hosts Catholic at 7 pm at Mustang Stadium.