Shenandoah (6-5, 2-1 ODAC) had the first goal of the evening, but the Generals (6-2-2, 3-1-1) went on to tally four unanswered to earn the ODAC victory. Maiya Pencile closed out the scoring fo the Hornets.
HOW IT HAPPENED
77′ | Yergin sent a cross from the right side of the goal to Maiya Pencile who put her shot inside the far post.
10′ | Washington & Lee tied the game up 1-1 with a Sydney von Rosenberg goal. Von Rosenberg beat two Hornet defenders but her initial shot hit the post, she was able to collect the loose ball and bury it into the back of the net on her second attempt.
15′ | Megan Engeland scored off of a penalty kick after the Hornets committed a foul inside the box.
43′ | Megan Engeland scored off of a corner, Sydney von Rosenberg was credited with the assist.
71′ | Engeland and von Rosenberg connected again to give the Generals a 4-1 lead.
QUOTES FROM COACH
The Hornets are on the road at Randolph-Macon on Wednesday, October 10 at 4 p.m.
SU and W&L split 26 shots.
Shenandoah had the edge in corner kicks 7-4.
Emilie Smith made seven saves in the contest.
Emily Yergin recorded four shots
- Yergin now has 103 career points and is 29 points from tying for the all-time lead at SU.
Dornesha Cottoms and Pencile recorded two shots each.
Shenandoah is now 4-7 against the Generals with the last SU win coming in 2016.