CHESTERTOWN, Md. - The Wesley College Field Hockey team was limited to just three shots, and kept off the scoreboard by Washington College on Thursday evening. The Wolverines fell to the Shorewomen 7-0 in the contest.
Bridget Wood earned the start for Wesley making a pair of saves in the first half. Sidney Knott made a game-high six saves in just over 25 minutes of action and Makenzie McIntyre made one save over the final 10 minutes of play. Natalie Quigley recorded a defensive save for Wesley as well.
Wesley went through the first half without much of a scoring chance. The only offensive attempt for the Wolverines came nearly 25 minutes in when Kelsey Fromal ripped a shot but put it just wide of the cage.
In the second half, the Wolverines earned four penalty corners but could not generate a clean look on any of them. Isabella Lucia and Kasey Fry each took rips in the second half, but both of their attempts were blocked before they reached the goal.
The Wolverines move to 1-7 on the season and will look to bounce back when they play host to Juniata on Sunday afternoon at Drass Field.