Women’s Soccer Edged On the Road At Salisbury, 3-1

Women’s Soccer Edged On the Road At Salisbury, 3-1

Salisbury, Md. – The Washington College women’s soccer team dropped a 3-1 decision against the Salisbury Sea Gulls on Wednesday afternoon at Sea Gull Soccer Stadium. All four goals in the contest were scored in the opening half. The Shorewomen fell to 4-2-0 while the Sea Gulls improved to 3-2-0.

How It Happened
-Salisbury jumped out to a 1-0 lead just 12:06 into the match as junior forward Autumn Dougherty scored the first of her two goals. Freshman defender Zakiyyah McMillan was credited with the assist.
-Washington College senior back Keelie Verbeek brought the Shorewomen even just seven minutes later in the 19th minute with an unassisted tally.
– Dougherty produced the game-winner three minutes later in the 22nd minute off an assist by freshman midfielder Katy Poltrack.
– The hosts added an insurance tally as McMillan received another feed from Poltrack and scored in the 23rd minute.

Washington College – Verbeek (goal)
Goalies- Noah Smith (78:41, 3 goals allowed, 3 saves); Emily Arnold (11:19, save)

Salisbury – Dougherty (2 goals 4 shots), McMillan (goal, assist, 1 shot), Poltrack (2 assists)
Goalies – Emma Hill (80:25, goal allowed, save), Ashleigh Wienhold (9:35)

– Salisbury outshot the Shorewomen by an 11-4 margin.
– Washington College held a 7-2 advantage on corner kicks.

Up Next: 
The Shorewomen will host Franklin & Marshall in the Centennial Conference opener for both squads.



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