Garnet Too Much For Shorewomen, 6-0

Garnet Too Much For Shorewomen, 6-0

Barry With Eight Saves To Match Career-High

SWARTHMORE, Pa. – Host Swarthmore broke open a 1-0 halftime lead with three goals in the first 5:57 of the second half en route to a 6-0 win over visiting Washington College at Clothier Field in a Centennial Conference women's soccer match on Saturday night.  The Garnet finish the 2013 season at 9-5-2 overall and 4-4-2 in the Centennial, while the Shorewomen end their year at 4-12-2 and 1-9-0 respectively.

Swarthmore broke onto the board at 33:04 into the first half when Emma Sindelar received a pass from Ellen Bachmannhaff on a breakaway and scored from 10 yards out to take a 1-0 lead.  The Garnet held a 17-1 edge in shots in the first half.

The Garnet broke the game open with two goals in 25 seconds early in the second half to grab a 3-0 lead.  Mele Johnson made it 2-0 just 1:51 into the second half when she fired a shot from right outside of the box into the upper right-center 90 on a pass from Amber Famiglietti.  Just 25 ticks later, Rebecca Mayeda took a feed from Sindelar on a break and put the hosts up by three goals at the 47:16 mark.  Famiglietti made it 4-0 at 50:57 when she scored on a penalty kick following a foul by the Shorewomen in the box.  Swarthmore scored the three goals in a 4:06 span.  The Garnet added another goal when McCleary Philbin scored from the top of the box on a break on a feed by Megan Brock with 20:02 remaining to make it 5-0 and added another tally just two-and-a-half minutes later when Philbin found Amy DiPerro at 72:28 to provide the final margin.

Swarthmore held a 29-2 edge in shots and had both corner kicks in the contest.  Katie Sipiora made one save for the Garnet, while freshman goalie Melissa Barry (Sparta, N.J./Sparta) made eight saves to match her personal-best for the third time this season.

Two seniors played in their final contest representing Shorewomen Soccer, midfielders Kathleen Maleski (Mt. Airy, Md./South Carroll) and Heather Smith (Glen Burnie, Md./Glen Burnie).  Smith had both of Washington's shots in the match.