Shorewomen Unload on Wolverines, 7-0

Auer Scores First Two Collegiate Goals in Win

CHESTERTOWN, Md. — The Washington College field hockey team picked up its first win of the season this afternoon, defeating visiting Delmarva rival Wesley College, 7-0, in a non-conference game on Kibler Field at Roy Kirby, Jr. Stadium. Sophomore defender Olivia Auer (Forest Hill, Md./Bel Air) scored two of the Shorewomen's first three goals, which came in a 4:56 span.

Washington College 7, Wesley 0

How It Happened
- The Shorewomen took a 1-0 lead when Auer knocked in a pass sent from the right side by Sami Bialozynski with 25:00 left in the first half. The goal and assist were the first of Auer's and Bialozynski's collegiate careers, respectively.
- Auer quickly followed with her second goal, slicing through the Wesley defense and rocketing a shot past Wesley goalkeeper Bridget Wood with 21:36 on the clock.
- Allison Remenapp then scored from just off the cage, collecting a loose ball, during a penalty corner with 20:04 remaining before halftime.
- The Shorewomen tacked on their fourth goal with 31:05 remaining in the second half as Emily Pantazes got a ball to roll past Sidney Knott, who replaced Wood at halftime, following a defensive save by Natalie Quigley on a shot by Nicole Schroyer.
- Clare Ingersoll picked up her first collegiate goal with 21:43 to go as the lead grew to 5-0. Ingersoll poked in a pass sent by Remenapp.
- Washington made it an even half-dozen goals when Molly Johnston scored her first collegiate goal off an assist from Bialozynski with 11:35 remaining.
- Alison Pantazes added the Shorewomen's seventh goal when she redirected in a shot initially sent by Kerri Estep with 5:35 remaining. The assist was the first of Estep's collegiate career. 

For the Shorewomen (1-5)
- Scorers: Auer (2 goals), Remenapp (1 goal, 1 assist), E. Pantazes (1 goal), Ingersoll (1 goal), Johnston (1 goal), A. Pantazes (1 goal), Bialozynski (2 assists), Estep (1 assist)
- Goalkeeper: Morgan Domanico (0 saves, 0 goals allowed, 70:00), Kerrigan Buck (0 saves, 0 goals allowed, 5:35)
- The Shorewomen finished the game with 21 shots and seven penalty corners.

For Wesley (1-7)
- Scorers: none
- Goalkeeper: Wood (2 saves, 3 goals allowed, 35:00), Sidney Knott (5 saves, 3 goals allowed, 25:34), Makenzie McIntyre (1 save, 1 goal allowed, 9:26)
- Wesley notched three shots, none of them on goal, and five corners in the game.

- The Shorewomen's seven goals this afternoon nearly tripled their season output. They had scored a combined four goals in their previous five games.
- The seven goals represent the highest scoring output in a single game by either team in the 24 all-time meetings between the Shorewomen and Wolverines. Washington previously posted a 6-0 win over Wesley in 1996. 

Up Next for the Shorewomen
9/24 @ Gettysburg - 1:00 p.m. (Centennial Conference game)