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#6 Blue Jays Blank Shorewomen, 4-0
|Washington College (2-3-0)||0||0||0|
|Johns Hopkins (5-1-1)||1||3||4|
|1st - 16:35||Hannah Kronick (Johns Hopkins)|
|2nd - 58:51||Hannah Kronick (Johns Hopkins)|
|2nd - 64:28||Hannah Kronick (Johns Hopkins)|
|2nd - 65:26||Hannah Kronick (Johns Hopkins)|
|Washington College||Johns Hopkins|
Sh: Heather Smith - 2
Sv: Rebecca Potochney - 13
Hannah Kronick - 4
A: 3 Players (#2, #4, #27 - 1)
Sh: Christina Convey - 9
Sv: Kelly Leddy - 3
|TEAM STATISTICS||Washington College||Johns Hopkins|
|Shots (on goal)||4 (3)||41 (17)|
BALTIMORE, MD -- Hannah Kronick scored all four goals as host Johns Hopkins University, ranked sixth in the nation by D3Soccer.com, shut out visiting Washington College, 4-0, in the Centennial Conference women's soccer opener for both schools tonight at Homewood Field in Baltimore.
Kronick netted the only goal of the first half when she scored off an assist from Alyssa Conti at 16:35.
Kronick opened the second-half scoring for the Blue Jays (5-1-1) when she booted in a loose ball in front of the net following a free kick. Kronick's third goal came at 64:28 off an assist from Amanda Masse and she netted her fourth goal just 58 seconds later when she headed in a ball sent by Issy Berkey.
Hopkins held a 41-4 advantage in shots and a 5-0 edge in corner kicks in the game. Junior midfielder/forward Heather Smith (Glen Burnie, MD/Glen Burnie) accounted for half of the Shorewomen's (2-3) shots.
Kelly Leddy got the start in the goal for the Blue Jays and made three saves in 72:19. Sarah Benett played the rest of the game in net for Hopkins. Sophomore goalkeeper Rebecca Potochney (Newark, DE/Newark) made a career-high 13 saves in the loss for Washington.
The Shorewomen return to action Tuesday with a 7:00 p.m. home game against Bryn Mawr.