Women’s soccer rolls past MacMurray to close non-conference slate

Hannah Wallhausser

RICHMOND, Ind. – Three different Quakers got in on the scoring to lead Earlham College women's soccer past visiting MacMurray College, 3-1, in a non-conference tilt on Saturday at Matlack-Messer Stadium.

Earlham wraps up its non-conference slate with a 7-2-0 mark. The Quakers open Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference play next week when they host Mount St. Joseph.

Sophomore Hannah Wallhausser put Earlham on the scoreboard first with an unassisted score in the 15th minute, and first-year Jenna Hoeh doubled Earlham's lead to 2-0 in the 31st minute after finishing a pass from Yulie Spade.

Nicole Burkett, the reigning HCAC Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week, extended the Quakers' lead to 3-0 with an unassisted score in the 47th minute.

MacMurray squashed Earlham's bid for a clean sheet when Krystal Kohenskey scored in the 78th minute.

Earlham outshot MacMurray, 14-4, with each team recording one corner kick. First-year Mel Johnson charted three saves in the Earlham goal, while Kayla Enochs was credited with eight saves for the Highlanders.