Women's Soccer Blanks Wilson College 5-0

Members of the Keuka College women's soccer team donated food to a homeless shelter in Franklin County, Pennsylvania before knocking off NEAC rival Wilson College 5-0 Saturday.
Members of the Keuka College women's soccer team donated food to a homeless shelter in Franklin County, Pennsylvania before knocking off NEAC rival Wilson College 5-0 Saturday.

The Keuka College women's soccer team remained undefeated in North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) play thanks to a 5-0 shutout of Wilson College Saturday in Chambersburg, Pa.

Junior Hannah Dalle (Rochester, N.Y./Greece Olympia) and sophomore Kaitlyn Talbot (Hornell, N.Y./Arkport) each scored goals, as did freshmen Nicole Browe (Kendall, N.Y./Kendall), Kayla Spraggins (Runnemede, N.J./Paul VI) and Emily Wolf (Hornell, N.Y./Hornell) to lead the Wolfpack (3-2, 3-0 NEAC).

The Wolfpack and the Phoenix (1-3, 0-2) played a scoreless first half before the Green and Gold exploded for five second-half goals.

Dalle got the scoring started when she converted a penalty kick in the 50th minute. Talbot pushed the lead to 2-0 off a feed from sophomore Abbey David (Kendall, N.Y./Kendall) in the 60th minute, and the Wolfpack had a three-goal lead after Dalle found Spraggins for a tally in the 69th minute.

Freshman Sarah Hartman (Macedon, N.Y./Wayne) assisted on the Green and Gold's last two goals. Hartman found Browe for a goal in the 74th minute, then Hartman fed Wolf to cap the scoring in the 84th minute to lead the Wolfpack.

Freshman Kenna Kosinski (Mumford, N.Y./Caledonia-Mumford) earned the win after a scoreless second half. Junior Sophia Dimkos (Camillus, N.Y./West Genesee) started and did not allow a goal in the opening half.

Before the contest, the members of the team volunteered their time at the South Central Community Action Programs (SCCAP) Franklin County homeless shelter, donating food to the shelter's residents.

The Wolfpack travel to NEAC rival Gallaudet (D.C.) University for a 12 p.m. contest Sunday afternoon.

Women's Soccer Remains Perfect in NEAC Play