Women’s Soccer Earns 7th NEAC Shutout of Season

Danielle DeSimone had a goal and an assist for Keuka College on Saturday -- Photo by Ed Webber
Danielle DeSimone had a goal and an assist for Keuka College on Saturday -- Photo by Ed Webber

KEUKA PARK, N.Y. — The Keuka College Women's Soccer team pitched their seventh North Eastern Athletic Conference shutout of the season as they defeated the College of St. Elizabeth 10-0 on Saturday.

Emily McGuigan led the way for Keuka College with four goals in the game. Julia Oglesby added two goals and both Danielle DeSimone and Kelsey Maurer finished with three points.

Keuka College 10 vs. College of St. Elizabeth 0

It was a slow start on Saturday as Keuka College controlled the play but was frustrated by the St. Elizabeth defense. The Green and Gold finally broke through in the 18th minute as Brooke Guernsey sent a cross into the box and was finished by Danielle DeSimone. The goal sparked the Keuka College offense as Emily McGuigan scored three straight goals to give the Wolves a 4-0 lead at the half.

Sophomore Brittany Baker opened the second half scoring with Morgan Fuller getting the assist. Oglesby would follow that as her two goals sandwiched a tally from Kelsey Maurer. McKenzie Erne scored her third of the season and Emily McGuigan capped the scoring with her fourth of the game as Keuka College defeated the College of St. Elizabeth 10-0.

Game Highlights:

KC Notes:

  • The Wolves remain undefeated in their 10 meetings with the College of St. Elizabeth
  • Keuka College is 7-0 in the North Eastern Athletic Conference for the first time since the 2007 season
  • Keuka set a new school record, winning its eighth straight game

Up Next for Keuka College: The Wolves have a week off before travelling to Penn St.-Abington for a North Eastern Athletic Conference game. Keuka College defeated Abington 4-0 at the Jephson Community Athletic Complex last season but are just 1-3 all-time on the Nittany Lions' home field.