FERRUM, Va. - Wesley Field Hockey improved to 2-0, after a 7-0 shutout on the road against Ferrum College.
Kaila Hindt started the scoring in the first quarter for the Wolverines. Jessica Behornar carried into the circle and made a nice pass to Hindt. After some fancy stick work, the ball was in the back of the net and Wesley held a 1-0 lead into quarter number 2.
After halftime, Madi Cook scored 2 goals, Hindt found the net for her second goal and Madison Terzaghi scored her first collegiate goal.
Wesley outshot the Panthers 31-0 (16-0 on goal) and held a 17-2 advantage on penalty corners.
The Wolverines are back in action Sunday, September 8th, as they continue their road trip against Roanoke College, game time 12:00.