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Keiser Women: Wilmington Claws Ahead of Seahawks in Tightly Contested Finish

Written by Lee Roggenburg on . Posted in .
via press release – photo via Keiser web site   Game Information Score: Keiser 8, Wilmington 11 Records: Keiser (0-3), Wilmington (1-1) Location: Patch Reef Park, Boca Raton, Fla. Attendance: 55 Weather: 75 and breezy Keiser Highlights
  • Maria Johnson scored a team-high three goals in Monday’s loss, meanwhile Jordan Sullivan scored two goals and recorded one assist in her season debut.
  • Mary Reich finished the contest with 15 saves which is a new season and career high for the sophomore keeper out of Maryland.
Turning Point The turning point in Monday’s contest came in the final eight minutes of play. Keiser clung to an 8-7 lead until the Wildcats scored four unanswered goals in the final eight minutes to claim the 11-8 victory over the Seahawks. How it Happened
  • Wilmington struck first in the opening 38 seconds as La’Dae Boykin provided the Wildcats with the early 1-0 lead.
  • The Seahawks rebounded to score consecutive goals to claim the 2-1 advantage.
  • Both Keiser goals were scored 26 seconds apart as Maria Johnson and Tabetha Fike each found the back of the net early on.
  • Wilmington answered with two goals of its own to reclaim the 3-2 advantage with 18:54 left in the first half.
  • Sullivan, making her season debut, knotted the contest at 3-3 with 17:02 remaining in the opening half.
  • The Wildcats went on to score three of the final four first-half goals to take the 6-4 advantage into the half as Frankie Parshall netted the final Keiser goal of the opening half.
  • Both squads traded goals to open the second half as Johnson cut the deficit in half but Boykin extended the Wilmington lead back to two.
  • The Seahawks went on a 3-0 run over a six-minute span to claim the 8-7 advantage with 14:10 remaining in regulation.
  • The Keiser run was sparked by Sullivan’s second goal of the game and was capped off by Amanda Hartman‘s first goal of the season.
  • Despite the late lead, Keiser yielded four goals in the final eight minutes to fall to the Wildcats, 11-8.
Team Leaders Keiser Points: Sullivan/Johnson (3) Goals: Johnson (3) Assists: Sullivan/Parshall (1) Draw Controls: Parshall (5) Ground Balls: Johnson/Reed (5) Caused Turnovers: Sullivan (3) Saves: Reich (15) Wilmington Points: Chopko (5) Goals: Chopko (4) Assists: Four tied with…(1) Draw Controls: Ross (5) Ground Balls: Ross/Strong (6) Caused Turnovers: Boykin (3) Saves: Hurm (9) UP NEXT Keiser returns to action on Saturday when the Seahawks take on West Virginia Wesleyan College at 1 p.m. at Arrigo Vecellio Field.    

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