Women's Soccer Season Ends on PKs

Morgan Warrington
Morgan Warrington

YORK, Pa. - Wesley College's women's soccer team's season came to an end on Saturday afternoon as it fell to York (Pa.) on penalty kicks in the first round of the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament.  The Wolverines finish the season with an 8-8-2 record.

Playing without both of their goalkeepers, the Wolverines utilized freshman midfielder/defender Chelsea Marriner between the pipes.  The freshman from Cape May Court House, N.J., made nine saves as Wesley and York went scoreless through 110 minutes of playing time.

The Spartans outshot the Wolverines, 33-4, through regulation and both ovetime periods.

Up 4-3 through four rounds of penaly kicks, Wesley had an opportunity to win in the shootout but its shot went high, allowing York the chance to tie, which they conveted on.  York goalkeeper Melanie Glessner, who stopped three shots, converted in round five.  

Both teams were successful in round six, but Wesley missed in the seventh while the Spartans conveted to advance to the Semifinals.