Washington, DC. – The St. Mary’s College of Maryland women’s soccer team (5-5-4) traveled to the nation’s capital for a midweek United East Conference tilt against the Bison of Gallaudet University (0-8-0). The Seahawks were able to get on the board early and cruise to an 11-0 victory to improve to 4-1 in the conference.
How it Happened
- It took the Seahawks just two minutes to get on the board and they never looked back from there. St. Mary’s went into the halftime break up 6-0 on the Bison. Ella Raines, Gabby Manning, Morgan Kresslein, Charlotte Thomas, and Lily Mellendick all found the back of the net in the first half of action. The Seahawks also were able to capitalize on an own goal committed by Gallaudet.
- St. Mary’s outshot Gallaudet 29-0 in the first half in what was a total team effort to begin the game.
- The momentum stayed on the side of the Seahawks as the second half of play began. St. Mary’s put away five more goals to finish the game. Cicely Clark, Mary Quinn, Maddie Schwarz, and Megan Stambaugh accounted for the second half tallys.
- Head Coach Peter Krech’s thoughts on the game: “I was proud of the team for coming out from the very start today and putting together a really professional performance for 90 minutes. Nine different players scored today and it was a complete team effort.”
Inside the Box Score
- Ella Raines continues to pace the Seahawks in goals, picking up her ninth on the year
- Cicely Clark led the Seahawks with two goals in the contest. Those two scores were her first of the season.
- Lily Mellendick, Julia Kleine, Ella Raines, Morgan Kresslein, Maddie Schwarz, and Diana Clay all recorded assists
- Defensively, the Seahawks did not allow the Bison to record a shot.
- St. Mary’s recorded their fifth clean sheet of the year.
Up Next for the Seahawks
- | Oct. 8 vs. Penn State Abington | 1:00 PM | Jamie L. Roberts Stadium