Women’s Soccer Earns First Victory

Women’s Soccer Earns First Victory

POTSDAM, N.Y. – Abbey David scored on a free kick in the 65th minute to lift Keuka College to the 1-0 victory of Sage College in the Potsdam College Cup.

The goal was David's first on the season. Kenna Kosinski made 11 saves in goal for the shutout.

Keuka College (1-2) will open their home schedule on Wednesday as they host Alfred University on Wednesday, September 9. Kickoff with the Saxons is set for 5pm.

Sage (1-2) controlled the play early against Keuka. They earned a corner in the opening minutes of the game and had a shot ring off of the crossbar, but bounced away. Minutes later, Kosinski was called up for a couple key saves. Keuka's offense was able to get some shots, but the Gators held a 13-5 advantage in shots. In the 41stminute, Sage had another attempt, but the ball caromed off the post and wide. Despite the shot advantage, and thanks to the play from Kosinski, the two teams went into the halftime break with the game tied at 0-0.

The second half started with Sage controlling the play again. However after withstanding the opening Gators attack, Keuka flipped the field. They were able to earn a couple of corners and in the 65th minute earned free kick off of a foul by Sage. David took the kick and sent it just past the finger tips of the Sage keeper and into the back of the net for the 1-0 lead. Sage would not go away and continue to press. Kosinski remained strong in net for Keuka. She stopped all seven shots on goal from Sage in the second half to earn the shutout and secure the 1-0 victory for Keuka.