Dudley Scores Twice For Washington
SALEM, Va. – Host Roanoke got two goals from Katerina DeSimone, including the game-winning goal, and a goal and two assists from Shelbi Holloman in a 4-2 win over visiting Washington College in a non-conference field hockey game on Sunday at Donald J. Kerr Stadium.
Roanoke 4 Washington College 2
How It Happened
-The Maroons struck for the game's first goal at the 5:50 mark of the first half as Emily McQueen finished off a feed from Holloman.
-Washington evened the game 12:40 into the opening half when off of a penalty corner, Jen Tordella found Alli Dudley and Dudley knotted the contest at 1-1.
-The Shorewomen took a 2-1 lead at 17:39 when Elizabeth Davis crossed a pass over to Dudley who notched her second goal of the game.
-Roanoke leveled the game just 2:09 before halftime when DeSimone received a feed from Holloman in front of the cage and put it into the lower right corner.
-Dudley almost scored her third goal of the half, which would have given WC a 3-2 lead into the break, as time expired as she got ahead of the defense, but her shot went just wide to the left.
-Roanoke broke the 2-2 tie just 1:38 into the second half when DeSimone scored her second goal of the game from Rebecca Schmidt from the left side.
-Holloman made it 4-2 when Holloman went through the WC defense and from the right side placed her shot into the lower left corner at 54:48.
-The Shorewomen had six shots after Holloman's score to try to close the deficit, which was the Maroons final shot of the game, three of which went wide, two were saved and one was blocked.
For The Shorewomen (0-2)
-Scorers: Dudley (2 goals), Davis (1 assist), Tordella (1 assist)
-Goalkeeper: Kerrigan Buck (2 saves, 4 goals allowed, 70:00)
-Washington had 15 shots and 10 penalty corners in the contest.
For Roanoke (2-0)
-Scorers: Holloman (1 goal and 2 assists), DeSimone (2 goals), McQueen (1 goal), Schmidt (1 assist)
-Goalkeeper: Heather Schauder (5 saves, 2 goals allowed, 70:00)
-The Maroons had 12 shots and four penalty corners in the game.
-The two teams were meeting for the first time since 2001.
-Dudley had her third multi-goal game of her career today.
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-Washington won 4-0 last season in Chestertown.