Wolf and Sterling Score First Career Goals and Zapcic Tallies First Career Shutout
OWINGS MILLS, Md. – Junior forward Grace Steele (Marmora, N.J./Ocean City) handed out her first two career assists as visiting Washington College picked up its first win of 2019 with a 2-0 victory at Stevenson in a non-conference field hockey game on Saturday night at Mustang Stadium. The Shorewomen improve to 1-2 on the year, while the Mustangs drop to 1-3.
Washington College 2 Stevenson 0
How It Happened
- Washington struck 93 seconds into the second quarter when Steele's pass was put into the goal by Julianna Sterling from near the right post for her first career goal to put the Shorewomen ahead for the rest of the game.
- Stevenson got a penalty corner with 4:48 left in the second quarter, but could not generate a shot off of it.
- Brooke Morris had a shot for the Mustangs with 5:48 left in the third quarter that was saved by WC goalie Kayla Zapcic to keep the lead for the visitors after Morris had weaved her way through the WC defense.
- The Shorewomen got their insurance goal with 3:07 remaining in the third when Parker Wolf notched her first career score on a Steele helper on a tip-in from the left side.
- Stevenson got two shots on goal in the final three minutes of the third and zero in the fourth.
For The Shorewomen (1-2)
- Scorer: Sterling (goal), Wolf (goal), Steele (two assists)
- Goalkeeper: Kayla Zapcic (5 saves, 0 goals allowed, 60:00)
- Washington had 17 shots and seven penalty corners in the contest.
For Stevenson (1-3)
- Scorers: None
- Goalkeeper: Kelsey Eure (8 saves, 2 goal allowed, 60:00)
- The Mustangs had five shots and eight penalty corners in the game.
- Zapcic chalked up her first career shutout in the victory.
- It was the 19th all-time meeting between the two Maryland schools with Washington holding a 16-3 advantage.
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