For Immediate Release · By Nairem Moran · firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Mary's City, Md. – The St. Mary's College of Maryland women's soccer team picked their third consecutive loss Wednesday afternoon. St. Mary's (6-8-0, 1-2-0 CAC) surrendered a first half goal in falling 1-0 to Salisbury University (5-6-1, 2-1-0 CAC) in Capital Athletic Conference action.
St. Mary's 0, Salisbury 1
How It Happened
- St. Mary's claimed a 7-5 edge in shots while the Sea Gulls boasted a 4-0 advantage in corner kicks with two in each half.
- Madison Hogsten netted the eventual game-winning goal in the 33rd minute after receiving a pass from Lydia Narum. Narum slotted a through pass between two defenders and Hogsten just outstepped a Seahawk defender to win the 50-50 ball and slip it past an outstretched Katie Flores (Towson, Md./Towson) into the lower right corner.
- Hogsten's goal proved to be the difference as each goalkeeper made two saves over the final 45 minutes for a scoreless second half.
For the Seahawks
- Scorers: None
- Goalkeeper: Flores (2 saves, 1 goal allowed, 90:00)
- Scorers: Hogsten (1 goal); Narum (1 assist)
- Goalkeeper: Regan Benton (2 saves, 0 goals allowed, 90:00)
- Salisbury moves to 25-7-3 in the series with its second consecutive win over the Seahawks.
Up Next for the Seahawks
- Oct. 13 at Frostburg State (3-9-0, 1-2-0 CAC) – Frostburg, Md. – 5:00 p.m.
- Frostburg State holds the edge in the series, 9-5-4, which began in 1994. However, the Seahawks have earned a 2-0-2 record against FSU in their last four meetings. Frostburg's last win over SMCM was a 2-1 decision at Frostburg in 2014.
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