Jacoby Scores Off Assist From Mascone In The Loss
BALTIMORE, Md. — Michelle Santangelo scored a hat trick to lead host and eighth ranked Johns Hopkins to a 4-1 win over visiting Washington College in a Centennial Conference women's soccer game played tonight on Homewood Field in Baltimore, Maryland.
#8 Johns Hopkins 4, Washington College 1
How It Happened
- The Blue Jays took the lead at the 13:23 mark when Kristen Hori took a through ball from Maggie Coulson and sent it into the center of the goal.
- Santangelo doubled the lead to 2-0 with 6:02 to go in the half, as she found a loose ball played up ahead by Cristina Madalo to tap it past the Washington goalkeeper.
- Johns Hopkins held a 6-1 advantage in shots at the halftime break.
- Emily Jacoby cut the lead to 2-1 with 34:47 to go, as a free kick from Bess Mascone made its way over the Blue Jays defenders and Jacoby was there to score.
- Santangelo restored the two goal lead for the Blue Jays with 19:05 to go, as she fought off a defender and scored to push the lead to 3-1.
- Santangelo completed her hat trick with 7:08 to go, heading home a corner kick from Katie Whittington to make it 4-1.
For the Shorewomen (5-1 Overall, 2-1 Centennial Conference)
- Scorers: Jacoby (one goal), Mascone (one assist).
- Goalkeeper: Annalie Buscarino (four saves, four goals allowed, 90:00).
For #8 Johns Hopkins (7-1 Overall, 2-0 Centennial Conference)
- Scorers: Santangelo (three goals), Hori (one goal), Coulson (one assist), Whittington (one assist), Madalo (one assist).
- Goalkeeper: Robyn Lipschultz (two saves, one goal allowed, 90:00).
- The Blue Jays held a 15-4 advantage in shots and a 12-2 advantage in corner kicks in the win.
- Jacoby has produced either a goal or an assist in all six of the Shorewomen's games so far this season and has five goals and seven assists for the year.
- The assist was the first of Mascone's career.
Up Next for the Shorewomen
9/25 v. Cabrini - 4:00 p.m.
- The Shorewomen and the Cavaliers played to a 1-1 draw last year despite the Shorewomen holding a 28-7 advantage in shots.