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Field Hockey Falls at No. 17 Wake Forest

by | Oct 4, 2022

The Wildcats celebrate after a goal by Macy Curtis, on the penalty shot assist from Charlie Kabelac in their match vs. Lock Haven.


WINSTON-SALEM — Charlie Kabelac’s goal kept the Davidson field hockey team within range in the second half of Monday night’s 4-1 loss at No. 17 Wake Forest.

Kabelac scored off a penalty corner in the 35th minute to cut Wake Forest’s two-goal halftime lead in half. The corner was inserted by Sarah Grace Clifton and received by Caroline Wack, who passed to Kabelac on her left.

It was Kabelac’s team-leading fourth goal of the year and her second score in the last three games. Anna Sharp and Hannah Merritt also had shots for the Wildcats.

Keeper Cato Roell and the Davidson defense faced 23 shots, including 13 shots-on-goal, and nine penalty corners. Roell made nine saves.

Wake Forest scored one goal in each quarter, off the stick of a different Demon Deacon each time, and a goal by Abby Carpenter helped Wake Forest get separation late in the third.

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The Wildcats will play their next two games at home, beginning with a Friday night Atlantic 10 Conference contest against VCU.

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