Oct 06, 2018
BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Trinity women's soccer team scored a goal in each half to hand Bowdoin a 2-0 setback on Saturday.
The Polar Bears fall to 5-4-1 (1-4-0 NESCAC). The Bantams climb to 4-4-1 (2-3-0 NESCAC).
- Nine minutes into play, Morgen Gallagher blasted a shot from the top corner of the box. Gallagher's shot deflected off the far side of the crossbar.
- A Gallagher header 20 minutes into play popped just over the crossbar.
- With five minutes to play in the half, Trinity's Taylor O'Connor again deflected the ball just over the top, this time on a bid by Julia Patterson.
- With thirty seconds remaining on the clock in the first, Colleen Lux beat a defender for a one on goal and drew out Sabrina Albanese. Albanese made a play on the ball, but Lux pulled around for an open look.
- Katie Marlowbenedick set up the Bantams second goal of the game. Seven minutes into the second half, Marlowbenedick found Amelia Kroschwitz at the right of the box. The sophomore booted a shot just beyond the fingers of Albanese.
By the Numbers
- Both teams managed 13 shots. The Polar Bears held a 4-1 edge in corner kicks.
- Albanese made five stops.
- O'Connor had six saves.
- Bowdoin plays at Colby on October 9 at 3:00 p.m.
- The Bantams host Western Connecticut State at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday.