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Women's Soccer Shuts Down Wagner for Fifth-Straight Win

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. — Junior defender Skylar Vitiello found the back of the net in the 16th minute to lead Hartford women's soccer to a 1-0 victory against Wagner on Al-Marzook Field on Thursday. The Hawks improve to 7-1 with their fifth-straight win, while the Seahawks dip to 1-6. HARTFORD 1, WAGNER 0

  • Vitiello took advantage of a dominant start for the Hawks, taking a pass from classmate Kaila Lozadaand finishing from eight yards out in the 16th minute out for her first goal of the season.

  • After holding a commanding 11-1 advantage in shots in the first half, Hartford outshot Wagner by a 5-0 margin in the second, but was unable to capitalize on its opportunities.

  • Sophomore keeper Maia Perez made one save on the Seahawks' lone shot attempt for her fourth shutout victory of the season, while Delaney Beck registered 11 saves for Wagner.


  • Hartford remains unbeaten in the all-time series with Wagner, improving to 4-0-1.

  • Hartford's 7-1 record marks the program's best start since 2011, when the team went 7-0-1 through their first eight matches.

  • The Hawks' current five-game winning streak is their longest since the 2012 team, which put together a six-game rally.

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