News Release, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
ST. MARY’S CITY, Md. – Senior Ali Collie racked up eight points off of five goals and three assists in a commanding 18-11 victory over the visiting McDaniel College Green Terror (0-1). The Seahawks improved to 1-0 after their victory in their season opener.
How It Happened
- Collie opened up the scoring in the contest with an unassisted goal in just a minute and 20 seconds into the game. McDaniel tied things up 14 seconds later, but the Seahawks answered with back-to-back goals for a 3-1 lead. Sydni Thacker and Jayne Barkman found the back of the cage during the two-goal run.
- Leading 6-4 with under 18 minutes remaining in the first half, the Seahawks separated themselves from the Green Terror with five unanswered goals. Caitlin Katchmar started and ended the run with a score, while Collie, Jodi Credit, and Kate Bartholomew all found the back of the net during the scoring streak. McDaniel added a score before the first half and the Seahawks took an 11-5 advantage into halftime.
- The Seahawks and Green Terror traded scores to start the second half, until St. Mary’s College strung together another scoring run with three-straight goals. Credit and Collie started the run, while Bartholomew finished it off with a free position goal for the 16-7 lead.
- The Green Terror finished the game outscoring the Seahawks 3-2, but St. Mary’s sizeable lead was too large to overcome.
Inside the Box Score
- As mentioned, Collie had an impressive day leading the Seahawks with eight points off of five goals and three assists. Collie surpassed the 100 career point mark with her performance today. Bartholomew (5g, 1a) and Katchmar (2g, 4a) followed Collie with six points each.
- On the defensive end, Mary Kate Fitz-Patrick and Alyssa Demski caused two turnovers and collected two groundballs. In goal, Emma Brown gathered 16 saves and earned the victory.
Up Next for the Seahawks
- Feb. 26 at Catholic – 4:00 p.m. – Play Like Jamie Game – Cardinal Stadium
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