Women's Soccer Shuts Out SMWC To Establish Winning Streak

Women's Soccer Shuts Out SMWC To Establish Winning Streak

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RICHMOND, Indiana – The Earlham College women's soccer team scored four second-half goals in a 4-0 shutout win over Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College at Matlack-Messer Stadium on Saturday.

Despite the Quakers outshooting the Pomeroys 10-3 in the first half, Earlham failed to score in the opening 45 minutes. The hosts kept up the pressure, however, and broke through in the 54th minute when freshman Chloe Lamenzo scored her fourth goal of the season unassisted. Just over 10 minutes later, the hosts doubled their lead as freshman Hailey Beel found sophomore Emma Lady who fired a low shot past Pomeroy's goalkeeper Corre Matherly.

Leading 2-0, Earlham closed out the game with goals from senior Kelsey Moore and Beel, who used an assist from senior Isabella Lopez.

The Quakers held a 26-4 shots edge in the game include a 16-1 margin in the second half. Sophomore goalkeeper Sari Stissi turned in her first shutout of the season while making two saves.

Freshman Yana Miller took 11 of the Quakers shot with five of them being on net despite not scoring in the game. All five of Lady's shots were on target.

Earlham (2-2-0) has won consecutive games for the first time since the beginning of the 2015 season. The Quakers travel to Wilmington College for the Quaker Bowl rivalry at 7 p.m. on Wednesday.