ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. - The Wesley College field hockey team saw their season come to an end on Friday afternoon as they fell 6-1 to Capital Athletic Conference foe St. Mary's College of Maryland in Southern Maryland.
The Wolverines were outshot 25-4 throughout the game as Kayla Fromal added nine saves to her incredible season total. The senior finishes her final season with a total of 214 saves on the year and 269 career saves, good for eighth in program history. Her 77.1% career save percentage ranks 11th in program history.
Wesley fell behind in the first half with St. Mary's finding the net four times in the first frame. The Seahawks opened the scoring just after the 10:00 mark and added three more in a span of 6:05 between the 22nd and 29th minutes of play. At the half, the Wolverines trailed 4-0.
After the break, Renee Schneider gave the Wolverines some life with a goal that cut the deficit to three. Her seventh goal of the season also marked the 14th of her career, tying her for 23rd in program history.
The tally gave the Wolverines a brief glimmer of hope, but the Seahawks responded with two more scores in the final 15 minutes of play to take the game with a 6-1 result.
The Wolverines finish their season with a 4-14 overall record. The squad graduates seniors Meghan Groom, Renee Schneider, and Kayla Fromal, but will return a solid nucleus of players for next season.