Offense Explodes In Women’s Soccer’s Win

Freshman Emily Wolf set a career-high with 11 points on four goals with three assists as the Keuka College women's soccer team blanked the College of St. Elizabeth Sunday afternoon (photo courtesy of Megan Chase, Keuka College Sports Information department).
Freshman Emily Wolf set a career-high with 11 points on four goals with three assists as the Keuka College women's soccer team blanked the College of St. Elizabeth Sunday afternoon (photo courtesy of Megan Chase, Keuka College Sports Information department).

Seven different student-athletes scored a goal as the Keuka College women's soccer team blanked the College of St. Elizabeth (N.J.) 15-0 Sunday afternoon at the Jephson Community Athletic Complex.

Leading the way for the Wolfpack (5-3, 5-1 NEAC) was freshman forward Emily Wolf (Hornell, N.Y./Hornell), who set a career-high with 11 points on four goals with three assists.

Freshman Nicole Browe (Kendall, N.Y./Kendall) set a career-high with nine points (four goals, one assist), while sophomore Jordan Fredell (Wurtsboro, N.Y./Monticello) added her first career hat trick in the win.

Freshman Kayla Spraggins (Runnemede, N.J./Paul VI) added a goal with two assists, sophomore Abbey David (Kendall, N.Y./Kendal) scored a goal and added an assist, and classmate Carly Sanford (Macedon, N.Y./Palmyra-Macedon) handed out two assists for the Wolfpack.

Freshman Sarah Hartman (Macedon, N.Y./Wayne) also handed out two assists, while sophomore Alexis Stephens (Hannibal, N.Y./Hannibal) and freshman Haley Besaw (Pennellville, N.Y./Phoenix) each scored their first collegiate goals in the win.

Freshman Kenna Kosinski (Mumford, N.Y./Caledonia-Mumford) and junior Sophia Dimkos (Camillus, N.Y./West Genesee) combined on the shutout, stopping one shot.

Browe scored Keuka College's first two goals of the game and finished with three first-half tallies, while Fredell and Wolf both added first-half hat tricks and David also scored as the Wolfpack took a 10-0 lead into halftime.

The Wolfpack travel to Morrisville State for a 4 p.m. NEAC clash Wednesday afternoon before hosting NEAC foe SUNY Cobleskill at 1 p.m. Saturday.