Wilson College sports: Chargers fall to Phoenix

The Chargers yielded a shutout victory to Wilson College’s field hockey team in a game in Lancaster Tuesday.

The Phoenix continued their hot streak in a conference match up with a final score of 6-0 against Lancaster Bible College, bringing their record to 10-0, 2-0 CSAC. The 10-0 start marks the best opening to a season in program history, matching the 1998 team.  

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How It Happened

The Phoenix offense was firing on all cylinders today and started the first period off strong. After two early shots from the Phoenix in the first two minutes, freshman Brea Kelso (Shippensburg, PA, Shippensburg) found the first goal of the game in the sixth minute of action off an assist from sophomore Hayley Koller (Atglen, PA, Octorara).  

Kelso continued her scoring run in the first period earning her second goal of the game in the last minute assisted by junior Alexis Pflumm (Camden, Del., Caesar Rodney) and junior Abigail Rosenberry (Shippensburg, PA., Shippensburg).  

In the second period, the Phoenix continued to power shots early as well as score another goal courtesy of super senior Michaela Singer (Annville, PA., Annville-Cleona) assisted by Rosenberry

The scoring slowed for Wilson in the third period, but the Phoenix continued to fight. In the last period, Pflumm, Singerand senior Breeann Sheaffer (Middleburg, PA., Midd-West) each secured goals for the Phoenix bringing the game to its final score of 6-0. 

Inside the Box Score

Singer and Kelso led the team in goals, scoring two apiece. While the Phoenix offense was securing the game with goals, the Wilson defense held the Chargers to zero shots on goal, therefore giving super senior Krista Nayadley (Hampton, VA, Hampton) a clean sheet.  

Up Next

Field Hockey’s next game is a conference match up against Cedar Crest, Tuesday, October 5 at 4 p.m.

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