Wolves Top Lions in Women’s Soccer

Wolves Top Lions in Women’s Soccer

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. – The Keuka College Women's Soccer team used four first half goals to pace a 7-1 North Eastern Athletic Conference victory over Bryn Athyn College on Saturday.

Keuka College (8-7, 7-4 NEAC) remain at home on Sunday, hosting Penn St.-Abington at 1pm.

Emily McGuigan and Sarah Hartman each had a pair of goals. McGuigan added two assists as well for a six-point game. Nicole Browe and Jordan Fredell also scored in the win.

Keuka College got on the board early against the Lions. Sarah Hartman picked off a short throw from the goalie, raced down the right side of the field and beat the keeper on a sharp angle for the early lead in the 3rd minute. Minutes later, Abbey David sent a long ball from midfield that found Emily McGuigan. The freshman went high for the 2-0 lead. The Wolves added to the lead when Hartman tapped in a ball at the goal line to give Keuka a 3-0 advantage less than 10 minutes in. Bryn Athyn got on the board, but the Wolves responded with McGuigan's second of the day to give Keuka College a 4-1 lead at the half.

The Wolves continued to attack the goal in the second half. A cross into the box was hit in by a Bryn Athyn defender for an own goal to start the second. Nicole Browe and Jordan Fredell add goals as Keuka College continued onto the 7-1 conference victory.