Brandt Scores For WC From Schroyer
CHESTERTOWN, Md. – Haverford's Stephanie Terrell scored the game-winning goal 6:21 into the first overtime session to give #5 Haverford a 2-1 win over host #4 Washington College in the first round of the Centennial Conference Field Hockey Tournament on Tuesday night at Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium. The Fords (11-7) will advance to play top seed Johns Hopkins on Friday in Baltimore, while the Shorewomen cap their season at 9-9.
Haverford 2 Washington College 1 (OT)
How It Happened
- Kailyn Brandt put the Shorewomen on the board 13:54 into the game with a blast from the top of the circle off of a penalty corner. Emily Pantazes took the corner, who passed it to Nicole Schroyer, who then fed it to Brandt for the goal. Schroyer tallied the assist on the goal on what would be WC's last shot of the half.
- The Fords tied the game just 4:09 later when they awarded a penalty stroke following a violation in the circle by the Shorewomen. Elena Veale converted the stroke to level the game at 1-1.
- Haverford almost took a 2-1 lead into halftime as Paige Powell's tip shot of a pass from Alissa Valentine went just wide to the right.
- Mason McNulty had a deflected a pass from Terrell 13:01 into the second half, but her redirection went just wide to the right.
- Veale had a chance with just under eight minutes left to put Haverford ahead on a 2-on-0 with just the goalie to beat, but Washington goalie Morgan Domanico was able to kick the ball away from Veale before she could take the shot.
- Washington's first shot since its goal came with 9:06 left on a reverse shot from the left side by Brandt, but her shot went wide to the right.
- The Fords last shot came with 2:42 left in regulation on a Veale attempt that went wide to the left. It was the last shot of regulation.
- Terrell had the first shot of overtime 1:54 in, but her shot was stopped by Domanico.
- Brandt had the Shorewomen's last shot 2:56 into the extra session, but it was deflected by a Haverford defender high over the cage.
- Terrell got the ball about 40 yards from goal, weaved through the WC defense and her shot from 12 yards out on the right side found the back of the cage for the winning tally.
For The Shorewomen (9-9)
- Scorers: Brandt (goal), Schroyer (assist)
- Goalkeeper: Domanico (3 saves, 2 goals allowed, 76:21)
- Washington had four shots and three penalty corners in the contest.
For Haverford (11-7)
- Scorers: Terrell (goal), Veale (goal – penalty stroke)
- Goalkeeper: Danielle Rette (1 save, 1 goal allowed, 76:21)
- The Fords had 13 shots and 10 penalty corners in the game.
- It was Washington's first conference tournament home game since a 3-1 win over Dickinson on November 5, 2008 in the first round of the tournament.
- Prior to this season, the Shorewomen have qualified for the Centennial Conference Tournament in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014.
- WC drops to 2-5 in the first round of the conference tournament. WC won in 2008 over Dickinson and 2010 over Gettysburg, while falling to Gettysburg in 2004, Haverford in 2011 and 2017, Ursinus in 2012 and Johns Hopkins in 2014.
- The Shorewomen played in 10 one-goal games this season, going 4-6.
- Five seniors represented the Shorewomen for the final time tonight. They were Katie Arnold, Sami Bialozynski, Michaela Conners, Courtney Rainey and Liza Slavin. They were part of two CC Tournament teams in 2014 and 2017.