Wilson College sports: Patriots fall to Phoenix 13-0


The Patriots of University of Valley Forge were defeated by Wilson’s Phoenix in a women’s soccer match Wednesday in Phoenixville.

The Phoenix (4-5, 2-1 CSAC) dominated the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) match, defeating the Patriots (0-6, 0-2 CSAC) 13-0.

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How It Happened

Wilson wasted no time getting started with junior Mia Harris (Waynesboro, PA., Frostburg State) scoring less than two minutes in off an assist from junior Simone Karustis (Pottstown, PA., Owen J. Roberts).

Shortly after, the Phoenix added another goal. This time junior Morgan Wineburg (Phoenixville, PA., Phoenixville) scored off an assist from senior Mikaela Small (New Oxford, PA., New Oxford), pushing the score to 2-0 early on.

About five minutes later, Wilson added their third goal off a shot from freshman Chloe Antalek (Wappingers Falls, NY, Beacon). About 10 minutes later the Phoenix started another offensive flurry, scoring five goals in a less than ten-minute span. That extended their lead to 8-0.

With less than two minutes left in the half, freshman Rachel Coulter (Woodbridge, VA, Gar-field) added another goal, giving Wilson a 9-0 lead at the half.

The Phoenix went on to score four more goals in the second half, giving them the 13-0 victory. 

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Inside the Box Score

Altogether, Wilson tallied 41 shots for the match, including 33 on goal. Overall, the Phoenix had 11 different student-athletes tally goals, including junior Rachel Rodriguez (Hedgesville, W.Va., Hedgesville) and freshman Rachel Coulter (Woodbridge, VA, Gar-field) who both notched two. Goalkeepers senior Aubrey Runkle (York, PA., West York) and freshman Erin Roszkowiak (Cinnaminson, NJ, Cinnaminson) combined on the shutout, facing zero shots. 

Up Next

Wilson will face off against the Lions of Bryn Athyn College (3-2-2, 2-0-1 CSAC) on Saturday, October 9, at 3:00 p.m. 

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