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MIT Uses Second-Half Flourish to Defeat Shorewomen, 4-1
|Washington College (1-3)||1||0||1|
|1st - 18:43||Molly Duffy (MIT)|
|1st - 33:01||Gussie Reilly (Washington College)|
|2nd - 40:42||Kameron Klauber (MIT)|
|2nd - 43:50||Anna Teruya (MIT)|
|2nd - 46:57||Anna Teruya (MIT)|
Gussie Reilly - 1
A: Hilary Manion - 1
Sh: Kristen Wille - 5
Sv: Stephanie Harryman - 5
Anna Teruya - 2
A: 3 Players (#9, #15, #18 - 1)
Sh: 2 Players (#15, #20 - 6)
Sv: Casey Landry - 7
|TEAM STATISTICS||Washington College||MIT|
|Shots (on goal)||18 (8)||19 (9)|
Reilly Scores in Loss for Shorewomen
CAMBRIDGE, MA -- Host MIT scored three times in the second half to break a 1-1 halftime tie en route to a 4-1 non-conference field hockey victory over visiting Washington College today in Cambridge, MA. The Engineers improved to 5-0 with the win while the Shorewomen fell to 1-3 with the loss.
Molly Duffy gave MIT a 1-0 lead with 16:17 left in the first half when she scored in transition off an assist from Kameron Klauber. Senior midfielder Gussie Reilly (Buck Hill Falls, PA/Mercersburg Academy) evened the score for the Shorewomen with 1:59 to play in the period when she scored off a feed from junior midfielder Hilary Manion (Trappe, PA/Archbishop Carroll).
All three second-half goals for MIT came during the first 12 minutes of the period. Klauber scored off an assist from Katie Kauffman with 29:18 left in the game. Anna Teruya followed with an unassisted goal with 26:25 to go and scored again with 23:03 remaining, this time off an assist from Caitlin Mackey.
Casey Landry played the first 55:13 in goal for MIT, making seven saves. Sophomore goalkeeper Steph Harryman (Churchton, MD/Southern) made five saves in the loss for the Shorewomen.
Each team got off 18 shots in the game. Washington held a 15-8 advantage in penalty corners, including a 12-2 advantage in the first half.
The Shorewomen return to action with their Centennial Conference opener - a 12:00 p.m. home game against Johns Hopkins one week from today.