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St. Mary’s City, Md. –After a weeklong layoff, the St. Mary’s College of Maryland women’s soccer team was back at it again Sunday afternoon in Seahawk Stadium. St. Mary’s (3-3-0) looked to stretch its win streak to four but the visiting Haverford College Fords (2-2-0) had other ideas, pulling out a 1-0 non-conference win.

St. Mary’s 0, Haverford 1

How It Happened

  • Action occurred between the penalty boxes in the first half as neither side could generate a sustainable offense. Haverford posted a 3-2 edge in shots as well as a 2-1 margin in corner kicks as the two teams headed into halftime in a scoreless stalemate.
  • Haverford broke through early in the second half whenSydney Westplayed in a corner kick from the right side, which bounced around in the box beforeKendra Griesmancorralled the loose ball and chipped it in for her second of the season at 47:42.
  • The Seahawks fired off four shots over the final 45 minutes, two of whichHannah Friedrichturned away.
  • The Fords outshot St. Mary’s, 11-6, and tallied a 7-1 advantage in corner kicks for the match.

For the Seahawks

  • Scorers:None
  • Goalkeeper:Katie Flores(6 saves, 1 goal allowed, 90:00)
Katie Flores ’19 – Photo credit: Bill Wood

For Haverford

  • Scorers:Griesman(1 goal)
  • Goalkeeper:Ali Weiner(1 save, 0 goals allowed, 45:00);Hannah Friedrich(2 saves, 0 goals allowed, 45:00)

Notes

  • Today’s loss snapped St. Mary’s three-game win streak.

Up Next for the Seahawks

  • Sep. 19 at Lynchburg (5-1) – Lynchburg, Va. (Shellenberger Field) – 5:00 p.m.

By Nairem Moran ·nmoran@smcm.edu