Women’s Soccer Earns Three Points on the Road

Credit: Lyn Hutchinson
Credit: Lyn Hutchinson

JACKSON, Miss. - The Sewanee women's soccer team defeated the Majors of Millsaps College, 2-0, Friday evening from Harper Davis Field.

INSIDE THE MATCHUP
Final Score: Sewanee (6-5-2, 3-1-1) 2, Millsaps (3-10-0, 0-5-0) 0
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HOW IT HAPPENED
-Sewanee had eight shots in the first half, but none were able to find the back of the net. Four of the eight shots were saved by the Millsaps keeper.

-After three straight shots by the Tigers to start the second half, the visitors broke the scoreboard in the 58th minute with a Chloe Thompson goal.

-A little over five minutes later, Addie Roemershauser netted her 11th goal of the season on an unassisted goal.

-Sewanee held Millsaps to one shot in the final 45 minutes.

NOTES AND NUGGETS
-The Tigers have won their eighth match in a row over the Majors and the 24th in a row in the regular season.

-Sewanee is now 30-3-1 all-time since the 1989 season when women's soccer became an NCAA sanctioned sport at the University.

SEWANEE KEY STATISTICS
-Chloe Thompson, Maggie Gall and Addie Roemershauser led the Tigers with three shots each. Thompson and Roemershauser netted the goals.

-Hanna Judycki (4-4-2) saw four shots taken by the Majors, but they were all off-target. The sophomore earned the clean sheet.

MILLSAPS KEY STATISTICS
-Kimberly Manley had two of the team's four shots for the home team.

-Maddie Moore (0-6) saved eight shots in full time.

UP NEXT
The Tigers will face the Panthers of Birmingham-Southern on Sunday afternoon in their next contest.

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