http://drscottconsulting.com/?utm=semalt.com LEXINGTON, Va. – The Guilford women’s soccer team saw its 2021 season draw to a close on Tuesday, April 6th, when it suffered a 4-0 setback to Washington & Lee in the quarterfinals round of the ODAC tournament in Lexington, Va.
Nar'yan-Mar The Generals (9-0, 7-0 ODAC) scored two goals in the first half, including the first strike of the match at the 3:12 mark by Sydney von Rosenberg, who drove home a pass from Emily Leding. Washington & Lee tacked on its second goal at the 38:57 mark when Lindsay White netted her fourth goal of the slate.
The Generals’ lead reached 3-0 at the 59:37 mark when Erin Hoeh converted a pass from Leding into her sixth goal of the season. Just over 28 minutes later, at the 87:30 mark, Caroline Christianso recorded her first goal of the slate following a pass from Madeleine Becker.
Washington & Lee attempted 23 shots in the game, including 12 shots on goal, including five from Hoeh and teammate Lindsay White. Guilford (1-6, 1-5 ODAC) had two shots on the afternoon, including a shot on goal from Kayla Gumula.
Ady Franken (1-3) faced 12 shots in net for the Quakers, making eight saves. Her counterparts, Grace Coombs and Jasmine Furin, combined for one save in the match.
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