YORK, Pa. – The St. Mary’s College women’s soccer team (2-8, 0-2 CAC) lost in a battle against York College (4-7, 1-1 CAC) this evening. This was the final match of a four-game away stretch for the Seahawks.

St. Mary’s College – 0, York – 2

How it Happened

  • The first goal of the match was scored by the Spartans in the eleventh minute. The Seahawks held the Spartans scoreless for the remainder of the half. St. Mary’s College was able to get off three shots in the first half but could not find the back of the net.
  • In the 65th minute, York scored off of a scramble inside the box which was just out of goalkeeperAudra Haines‘ reach, making the score 2-0. Again, the Seahawks held their opponent to one goal in the half. During the second half, St. Mary’s College was able to fire off six shots which, matched York’s amount. These additional six shots brought the Seahawks’ shot total to nine.
  • Alecia Rotunnowas the major attacking threat for the Seahawks this evening, tallying three shots.Megan Tazzafired off two shots, whileInes Garofolo, Laren Giron,Ashley Yurich, andEmmey Germanall shot once. In goal,Haineshad a total of four saves.

Inside the Box Score

  • Hainesnow has 39 saves thus far into the season and a save percentage of 66%.
  • Germanstill holds the spot for most shots in the 2019 season with 12 total so far.TazzaandRotunnoshare the second place spot with nine shots so far this season.

Up Next for the Seahawks

  • Oct. 5 vs. Salisbury | 3:30 P.M. | Jame L. Roberts Stadium | Hawktoberfest

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