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Women’s Soccer Falls 1-0 to End Three-Game Homestand

by | Aug 29, 2021

Junior Sophia Caruso had two shots on goal in the match vs. Mount St. Mary’s.


DAVIDSON — The Davidson women’s soccer team threatened plenty of times Friday night, but no Wildcat shots found the mark in a 1-0 loss to Mount St. Mary’s at Alumni Stadium.

The Wildcats, now 2-1, held a 13-3 advantage in shots, including 9-2 in shots-on-goal. They also had a 4-3 edge in corners.

“Disappointing result this evening at home, coming off two good performances,” said Davidson coach Adam Denton. “We had periods of the game where we dominated possession, but we left ourselves open too many times in transition. We did create many opportunities, but we just lacked that quality on the final ball, that final decision.”

Multiple Wildcats put multiple shots on target, led by freshman Aleia Gisolfi-McCready who had three shots, including two in a three-minute span late in the first half. Hannah Casey, Sophia Caruso and Emma Nguyen also had multiple shots.

The difference came in the 62nd minute when Mountaineer Elisabeth Rockhill scored on an assist from Kali Bell.

Here’s a link to more of our News of Davidson photos.

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