Women’s Soccer Falls Against College of Holy Cross
WORCESTER, MA– The St. Francis College Brooklyn women's soccer team (0-6-0) fell to the College of Holy Cross Crusaders (2-2-3) by a score of 4-0 on Sunday afternoon on the road. The Terriers' inaugural schedule landed them in Massachusetts, which marked its farthest trip in existence to date. St. Francis College faced 23 shots, and saved nine shots on goal. The Crusaders would be caught offsides seven times, while the visiting team would be caught a pair of possessions. Defenders Brianna Van Giesen, Isabelle Gollette, and Hannah Russell all logged 90 minutes of game-time during the sixth match. HOW IT HAPPENED:
Sophomore forward Sarah DeWitt registered three shots with a pair on target in 77 minutes of action.
Sophomore defender Brianna Van Giesen notched one shot on goal in 90 minutes of game-time.
Freshman midfielder Henriette Lykke logged one shot in 40 minutes of play.
Freshman forward Maya Madjercic recorded a lone shot in 36 minutes of game-play.
UP NEXT: The Terriers return to the Tri-State area on Wednesday, September 18, when they travel to the MAAC's Iona Gaels in New Rochelle, for a 3 p.m. kickoff.