Women's Soccer

2018 RECORD: 4-12; GNAC Record: 3-9 / All-New England Players: 5 / GNAC Tournament Appearances: 11

Balanced Attack Leads Women’s Soccer over Anna Maria, 7-0

Balanced Attack Leads Women’s Soccer over Anna Maria, 7-0

Link: Box Score

Paxton, Mass. - Freshman Haley Andrews (Prospect, Conn.) netted a career-high four goals for six points as the Albertus Magnus College women's soccer team snapped a four-game losing streak following a 7-0 road win against Anna Maria College on Friday evening at AMCAT Field in Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) play.

THE BASICS
FINAL: Albertus Magnus 7 | Anna Maria 0
RESULTS: Albertus Magnus (3-6, 2-4) | Anna Maria (0-9, 0-6)

HOW IT HAPPENED
Seven minutes into regulation, freshman Morgan Ashby (Branford, Conn.) scored her first collegiate goal following a nice feed from Brooke Paradis (Plainfield, Conn.) to give the Falcons the early 1-0 edge. Midway through the first, Albertus Magnus struck again this time on a goal from Andrews at the 23rd minute to extend the visitors' lead to 2-0 entering halftime.

Albertus Magnus continued to dominate on offense out-shooting the AMCATS in the second, 29-3, to secure the shutout. Andrews picked up where she left off in the first, scoring the next two goals for the visitors before back-to-back goals Erin Daly (Seymour, Conn.) put the Falcons ahead, 6-0.

Andrews would cap the scoring for Albertus at the 87th minute scoring her fourth goal of the game.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS

  • The Falcons held the advantage in corner kicks, 17-0.
  • Albertus outshot the AMCATS, 40-4.
  • Along with her four goals, Andrews posted a team-high nine shots.
  • The AMCATS were led by Keannah Dunnsmore who tallied two shots on the night.
  • Along with Paradis, senior Kerrigan Loughman (Trumbull, Conn.) and senior Morgan Gigliotti (Wolcott, Conn.)l tallied an assist on the night.

BETWEEN THE PIPES

  • Albertus Magnus - Cassidy Scofield (Shelton, Conn.) (W, 2-3): 4 Shots on Goal | 0 Goals-Against | 4 Saves | 90 minutes
  • Anna Maria - Rachel Matloff (L, 0-8): 17 Shots on Goal | 7 Goals-Against | 10 Saves | 90 minutes

UP NEXT
The women's soccer team returns to action on Tuesday, September 25 as the Falcons travel to Newton, Mass. to take on league foe Lasell College. Kick-off is set for 4 p.m