DOVER, Del. - On a day dedicated to three graduating seniors, the Wesley College field hockey team played an inspired game, earning a 4-1 victory over non-conference foe Ferrum College on Sunday afternoon.
Fromal finished with five saves to earn the victory in net for the Wolverines. Groom finished with a shot on goal and Schneider chipped in with a goal and an assist on the day.
The Wolverines found themselves trailing by a goal in the early going. Kelly Savage netted a score for the Panthers off an assist from Kasey Sheets that put the team ahead 1-0 in the 25th minute.
Later in the first half, the squad came back to tie the game with a goal just 1:25 later. Off a penalty corner, Morgan Seymour inserted to Kasey Fry at the top of the circle. The freshman teed up a drive and blasted a shot past the Ferrum keeper and in to make it 1-1.
In the second half, it was all Wesley as the Wolverines controlled the pace of play and time of possession. The Navy and White outshot their opponents 20-1 in the second half and outscored them 3-0. Allison Perugini came away with a pair of goals, including the eventual game-winner, while Schneider added an important insurance goal in the final minutes.
Wesley improves to 4-12 on the season and will finish their year with a contest against St. Mary's on Wednesday, October 28.