Brandt Scores from Steele for WC
BRYN MAWR, Pa. – Host Bryn Mawr got two goals and an assist from Samantha Shaw in a 5-1 win over visiting Washington College in a Centennial Conference field hockey game on Thursday afternoon at Applebee Field. The Owls improve to 6-1 overall and 1-1 in the Centennial, while the Shorewomen drop to 1-6 and 0-2 respectively.
Bryn Mawr 5 Washington College 1
How It Happened
- Bryn Mawr got onto the scoreboard 5:50 into the game as Meghan O'Shea finished off a pass from Samantha Shaw and made it 2-0 just 2:27 later when Shaw scored from Grace Morris and that was the score after one quarter.
- Neither side scored in the second quarter as Bryn Mawr took a 2-0 lead into the halftime break.
- The Shorewomen made the most of their first penalty corner of the game to trim the Owls' lead to 2-1 as Kailyn Brandt finished off the corner with a goal on a shot from the right side of the top of the circle 3:20 into the third quarter with Grace Steele recording the assist. The score came about two minutes after Bryn Mawr's Lydia Fisher had a defensive save of a Steele shot.
- Bryn Mawr restored its two-goal lead when Sara Rilatt's shot from the top of the circle off of a penalty corner found the right side of the cage with 10 seconds left in the third and the Owls would take a 3-1 lead heading into the fourth quarter. Fisher tallied the assist on the Rilatt score.
- In the fourth quarter, the Owls notched a pair of goals to provide the final margin.
For The Shorewomen (1-6, 0-2 CC)
- Scorer: Brandt (goal), Steele (assist)
- Goalkeeper: Kayla Zapcic (5 saves, 6 goals allowed, 60:00)
- Washington had eight shots and four penalty corners in the contest.
For Bryn Mawr (6-1, 1-1 CC)
- Scorers: Shaw (two goals and assist), O'Shea (goal), Rilatt (goal), Courtney Cutone (goal), Morris (assist), Olivia Supon (assist), Fisher (assist), Mary Cugini (assist)
- Goalkeeper: Maggie Titus (0 saves, 1 goal allowed, 60:00)
- The Owls had 17 shots and five penalty corners in the game.
- Fisher (defensive save)
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