SALEM, Va.- Guilford College dropped a Tuesday afternoon Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) contest to Roanoke College, 3-0.
Guilford and Roanoke held tight through the first 45 minutes as Roanoke held the first-half shot advantage, 12-0, with Caitlyn Young stopping three shots in net for the Quakers as the match remained scoreless heading into halftime.
The Maroons found the net in the second half when Linnea Kremer fed Marlana Bernard who lofted a ball into the top center of the goal in the 52nd minute. Sara Celec added to the Roanoke lead in the 67th minute with a goal into the top right corner, expanding the lead, 2-0. Kirstin Figel followed in the 78th minute, booting the ball into the top right corner off a feed from Laura Garbarini.
Becca Banks replaced Young in the second half and stopped four shots in net. Carolyn Sarbacher made one save for the Maroons. Sarah Dvorak replaced Sarbacher with 9:58 left in the contest.
Roanoke held the final advantage on shots, 19-1, and on corner kicks, 13-0.