Women's Soccer Falls To Dartmouth, 3-2
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WORCESTER, Mass. – The Holy Cross women’s soccer team fell to Dartmouth by a score of 3-2 on Tuesday night in Worcester. Gia Parker got the scoring started for Dartmouth in the ninth minute of play with a low shot off a feed pass from midfield. The Crusaders answered quickly in the 12th minute, as sophomore Carly Flahive scored with a deflected shot in close to tie the game up at 1-1. With less than four minutes until halftime, the Big Green regained the lead with a goal from Alyssa Neuberger.
Both teams put together scoring chances early in the second half, but Dartmouth would find the back of the net first in the 42nd minute of play with another goal from Parker to make it 3-1. Senior Allie Neumann brought the Crusaders within one in the 85th minute with a long shot from outside the box. Despite a strong offensive push in the final minutes, Holy Cross was unable to find a tying goal.
INSIDE THE NUMBERS
- Dartmouth outshot the Crusaders 11-6.
- Sophomore Caroline Cashion made six saves In net for Holy Cross.
- Mariel Gordon stopped three shots for the Big Green.
BEYOND THE BOX SCORE
- Flahive’s goal was the first of her career.
- The Crusaders will be back in action Saturday, Oct. 14, when they travel to American for a 1:00 p.m. game.