Women’s Soccer Defeats Gallaudet 7-0

Emily McGuigan (22) had a hat trick and moved to third on the career goals list
Emily McGuigan (22) had a hat trick and moved to third on the career goals list

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Keuka College Women's Soccer team defeated Gallaudet University 7-0 on Sunday on the road in a North Eastern Athletic Conference game.

Keuka College (7-3, 6-0 NEAC) got a hat trick from junior Emily McGuigan. Adding goals for the Green and Gold was Julia Oglesby, Sierra Barker, Grace Wolf, and Katherine Kretchmer.

Keuka College 7 at Gallaudet University 0

The Wolves struck first on Sunday as Emily McGuigan found the back of the net 6:29 into the game with the Bison. The Wolves would control the play as they outshot Gallaudet 13-2 in the half. In the 18th minute, Danielle DeSimone sent a cross in from the left and found the head of Julia Oglesby. The freshman nodded it home for the 2-0 lead. With less than 10 minutes left in the frame, the Wolves added a pair of goals. Off of a corner and the ball going off the crossbar, Sierra Barker collected the loose ball and scored to make it 3-0. Emily McGuigan then gave the Wolves a 4-0 halftime lead as she took the pass from Amy Sedita and went low on the Gallaudet keeper.

Coming out in the second half, Keuka College continued to extend their lead. Oglesby set up McGuigan who went high over the keeper to complete the hat trick, making it 5-0. In the final minutes of the game, freshmen Grace Wolf and Katherine Kretchmer got into the action with their first collegiate goals as the Wolves defeated Gallaudet University 7-0.

KC Notes:

  • Keuka College remains perfect in nine meetings against Gallaudet University
  • The Wolves improve to 6-0 playing in Washington, D.C.
  • It was the sixth straight shutout victory for Keuka College
  • Jessica Pegg was in goal for the Wolves and made four saves. She has not allowed a goal in the last 552:26 of play
  • With her fifth career hat trick, Emily McGuigan has moved into third place on the career goals list at Keuka College. The junior now has 45 in her career and 107 career points, also third most in program history

Up Next for Keuka College: The Wolves will step out of conference play this Wednesday as they host Lycoming College at the Jephson Community Athletic Complex. It will be the seventh all-time meeting between the two schools. Keuka has a 5-1 advantage overall, but Lycoming topped the Wolves 2-0 last season.