Shorewomen Turn Away Cavaliers, 3-0

Shorewomen Turn Away Cavaliers, 3-0

O'Reilly Scores Twice, Arianna Sabatino Ties Twin Sister Olivia for Career Goal Record

CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Erin O'Reilly scored two goals and Arianna Sabatino tied the school record for career goals as the host Washington College women's soccer team topped visiting Cabrini, 3-0, in a non-conference game this afternoon on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium. 

Washington College 3, Cabrini 0

How It Happened
- Emily Jacoby put the first shot on goal of the game for the Shorewomen in the 13th minute, but it was saved by Ashley Tutzauer.
- Olivia Sabatino put a shot on goal for the Shorewomen in the 19th, while Erin O'Reilly had one saved in the 33rd.
- The Shorewomen held a 6-5 edge in overall shots in the first half.
- Cayla Marcinko took the first shot on goal of the second half in the 56th minute.
- Arianna Sabatino put the Shorewomen on the board at 57:13 when she scored on a breakaway after receiving a pass ahead from Lauren Neary.
- Arianna Sabatino nearly scored again in the 64th, but her shot was tipped away by a leaping Tutzauer.
- Kait CLoud sent a dangerous ball toward the goal for the Cavaliers in the 68th before Washington defender Maia Duval blocked it away.
- O'Reilly scored the Shorewomen's second goal by heading in a corner kick sent from Brianna Parise at 70:52.
- O'Reilly scored again at 73:40 on a breakaway after a ball played ahead by Lindsay Russell

For the Shorewomen (6-1)
- Scorers: O'Reilly (2 goals); A. Sabatino (goal); Neary (assist); Parise (assist); Russell (assist)
- Goalkeeper: Annalie Buscarino (0 saves, 0 goals allowed, 45:00); Courtney Colbert (0 saves, 0 goals allowed, 28:40); Noah Smith (0 saves, 0 goals allowed, 16:20)
- The Shorewomen finished with a 13-9 advantage in total shots and 8-0 advantage in shots on goal. Washington also recorded six of the game's eight corners. 

For Cabrini (5-3)
- Scorers: none
- Goalkeeper: Tutzauer (5 saves, 3 goals allowed, 90:00)

Notes
- Arianna Sabatino tied twin sister Olivia Sabatino for the Shorewomen's career record in goals with 18 each.  
- The Shorewomen have now scored 31 goals this season through seven games. They scored 29 goals all of last season.
- O'Reilly was named the Goose Nation TV Shorewomen Player of the Game. 

Up Next
9/29 v. McDaniel - 4 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)