Remenapp Scores for Shorewomen in Loss
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Visiting Johns Hopkins scored twice in the second half to break a 1-1 halftime tie en route to a 3-1 Centennial Conference field hockey win over host Washington College tonight on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium. The game was the conference opener for both teams.
Johns Hopkins 3, Washington College 1
How It Happened
- The Shorewomen got on the board first just 9:07 into the game when Allison Remenapp inserted a corner to Elizabeth Davis, whose blast from just inside the circle was redirected in at the near post by Remenapp.
- Johns Hopkins tied things up when Claire Kavanaugh collected a loose ball during a corner and scored from the middle of the arc with 11:53 left before halftime.
- Each team recorded exactly six shots and eight penalty corners in the first half.
- The Blue Jays went ahead when a blast by Princess Sutherland was redirected into the cage by Victoria Piscopo with 25:12 left in the second half.
- Washington had a great chance to even the score at 2-2 with 19:20 to go when Alli Dudley got a transition shot past Johns Hopkins goalkeeper Greta Helvie, who challenged her well away from the cage, but Shannon Parker was there to make a defensive saved for the Blue Jays.
- Leslie MacManus added an an insurance goal for Hopkins off a rebound with 11:12 left.
For the Shorewomen (2-3, 0-1 Centennial Conference)
- Scorers: Remenapp (1 goal), Davis (1 assist)
- Goalkeepers: Sadie Robertson (1 saves, 1 goal allowed, 35:00), Morgan Domanico (2 saves, 2 goals allowed, 35:00)
- The Shorewomen finished the game with 11 shots and 15 penalty corners.
For Johns Hopkins (4-2, 1-0 Centennial Conference)
- Scorers: Kavanaugh (1 goal), Piscopo (1 goal), MacManus (1 goal), Sutherland (1 assist)
- Goalkeeper: Greta Helvie (7 saves, 1 goal allowed, 70:00)
- Hopkins had 10 shots and 15 corners on the evening.
- Parker's defenisve save was the only one of the game.
Up Next for the Shorewomen
9/20 v. Virginia Wesleyan - 2:00 p.m.
- The Shorewomen were 3-0 winners over the Marlins last season.