HPU WSOC Panthers Sink Pirates on Senior Day

Site: High Point, N.C. (Vert Stadium)
Score: High Point 7, Hampton 0
Records: High Point 7-7-2 (7-2), Hampton 1-12-1 (0-8-1)

HIGH POINT, N.C. – The High Point University women’s soccer team defeated Hampton 7-0 5-2 on Senior day (Oct 23). Senior Lauren Mazich provided a brace in the win. The 7-0 win marked the fourth time this season that the Panthers have scored five or more goals in a game this season. Emily Mashinski also added two goals while Magdalena Schwarz, Emma Schossler, and Ella Vaughn each added a goal in the seven-goal victory.

HPU honored three seniors before the Saturday afternoon contest Mazich, Chloe Le Franc, and Juliette Vidal. Le Franc, Mazich, and Vidal have combined for a record of 26-15-4, two unbeaten Big South seasons, and two Big South regular-season titles.

Brandi Fontaine: It was a great win for the team today. I think we needed this for our confidence to continue rolling. Happy for our seniors, very glad that Lauren Mazich was able to get a couple of goals on her senior day, and also for Chloe and Juliette to put in a performance like they always do. I’m really proud of them and was really excited to honor them and think the team honored them well.

Panther Particulars

Less than ten minutes in HPU picked up its first goal of the day as Schwarz scored off an assist from Salome Prat in the ninth minute. That is Schwarz’s sixth goal of the season.

In the 11th minute, the first Panther senior to score was Mazich who was assisted by Alex Deperno and fellow senior Le Franc. Mazich’s first goal of the day came off a corner that Le Franc passed to Deperno who ten bombed a ball into the box and was headed in Mazich.

Emma Schossler added a third goal on a long ball from way out in the 17th minute, which put HPU up 3-0 in the first half.

The last first-half goal came from Mazich again who was fed by Deperno in the 20th minute. Once Mazich received the pass from Derperno she created space and buried her second goal of the day to give the Panthers a 4-0 lead heading into the break.

HPU scored four goals in the first half over 11 minutes.

High Point added three more goals in the second half. Mashinski scored a second-half brace as she netted goals in the 52nd minute and the 87th minute.

Vaughn scored her first collegiate goal in the 89th minute to give HPU a 7-0 victory over Hampton on senior day.


The Panthers wrap up the season in the mountains of North Carolina as HPU takes on UNC-Asheville on Tuesday, October 26th.HPU into on