ST MARY'S CITY, Md. – The Salisbury University women's soccer team dominated the pitch en route to a 5-0 shutout over the Marymount Saints on Sunday to finish the Seahawk Classic 2-0.
HOW IT HAPPENED
· In just the third minute of the game, Ally Goetz outran the Marymount defense and beat the keeper one-on-one to score Salisbury's first goal.
· After a misplay by Marymount, Kasey Lamb was able to use a two-on-one advantage to find Zakiyyah McMillan, who was able to leg the ball just past the fingertips of the keeper to score her first collegiate goal in the 29th minute.
· It didn't take long for McMillan to find the back of the net again as she beat the Marymount keeper on a one-on-one in the 32nd minute to give Salisbury the 3-0 lead in the first half.
· After intercepting a pass, Kristen Ging used her speed and footwork to blow past the defense and score the final goal for Salisbury in the 52nd minute.
SALISBURY GAME NOTES
· Salisbury outshot Marymount, 20-11.
· Regan Benton recorded a clean sheet and stopped the only shot on target from Marymount.
MARYMOUNT GAME NOTES
· Grace Neednum tallied three saves for the Saints.
· Salisbury will begin the two-day SU Women's Soccer Classic on Saturday, Sept. 11 against the Methodist Monarchs.
· The game is scheduled for a 3 p.m. start at the SU Soccer Complex.