FREDERICK, Md. - Sophomore Brooke Tadlock scored three goals for the second time in three matches as Wesley College picked up its first Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) win with a 6-0 rout of Hood on the road.
Tadlock (Middletown, Del.) became the ninth Wolverine (6-5, 1-3 CAC) to top 20 career goals and is tied for eighth with 21 career scores. She also moved into the top 10 with 48 career points.
Stephanie Johnson (Camden, Del.) scored the game-winner at 7:28 on a rebound of another shot as Wesley took a 1-0 lead.
The sophomore then assisted on the next two Wesley scores. She set up Tadlock's first score of the afternoon at 23:44 that put Wesley ahead 2-0 at the half, and then aided on Sheree Pleasanton's (Smyrna, Del.) fifth goal of her freshman season at 38:00.
Tadlock scored twice in a span of 1:25 beginning at the 52 minute mark as the Wolverines took a commanding 5-0 lead.
Kori Isken scored Wesley's final goal of the afternoon with a score at 63:57.
Sarah Johnson made two saves to notch her fifth shut out of the season. The Wolverines have now allowed just one total goal in its six victories.
Hood (1-7, 0-3 CAC) was outshot 19-2 in the game and mustered just three penalty corners compared to 17 by the Wolverines.
Jen Lacy made 10 saves for the Blazers.
Wesley completes a weekend road trip with a match at Randolph-Macon at noon on Sunday, October 5.