Women's Soccer with a Senior Night Shutout over Neumann

Women's Soccer with a Senior Night Shutout over Neumann

The facts

Wesley 2 (10-7, 5-1), Neumann 0 (5-10-2, 1-4-1)

What: AEC Women's Soccer game

When: Tuesday, Oct. 29th

Where: Dover, Del.

How it happened

The Wesley Women's Soccer team captured the senior night win against the Neumann Knights this Tuesday, finalizing their last regular season game. 

The Wolverines offense pressured the Knights early in the first half as senior Aleya Cummings took a hard shot, saved by Neumann.

Both defenses fought hard making it difficult for either teams to find the back of the net.

Wesley's goalie Kiyanna Gill held strong as she faced five shots the first half.

The score going into halftime remained 0-0.

The Wolverines senior duo Mackenzie Forsythe and Aleya Cummings with the first goal of the night, five minutes into the second half. Forsythe pulled the ball down the left side of the field and crossed the ball to Cummings who shot the ball past Neumann for the goal.

Mackenzie Forsythe took the next shot on goal for the Wolverines, but Neumann's goalie kicked the ball away from the net allowing Megan Shacklock to find the rebound and pass the ball to Emily Caldarelli who finished the play, 2-0.

The wolverines defense held the Knights for the remainder of the game to come out with the win, 2-0.

WC leaders

Kiyanna Gill with the win inside the net

Aleya Cummings first goal of the night

Emily Caldarelli second goal of the night

Mackenzie Forsythe with an assist on Aleyas goal

Comments from the Coach

"We came out slow with it being senior night, but we had a great second half with Aleya scoring the first goal with help from Mackenzie was awesome. And then second goal was so creative for Megan to find the round and pass it to Emily for the finish was great. The competing and the energy the second half was what we needed to secure this win".

Up next

The Wolverines will now hang tight and watch as the remaining conference schools finish out their regular season play which will determine Atlantic East schedule for the next week.