DOVER, Del. – A second half goal from Rebecca Dvorak puts the Wesley College field hockey team over the Keystone Giants, 1-0 in a non-conference tilt on Saturday.
After a scoreless first half where Wesley outshot Keystone 6-2, Kaila Hindt led a fastbreak in the 57th minute where she found Dvorak on a cross in the arc and shot it past the Keystone keeper off the post and into the net.
Wesley shut down the Keystone offense for the rest of the game to help preserve their first win of the season.
The Wesley defense held strong during the game, only allowing three Keystone shots in the contest. Sidney Knott stopped both of the on-target shots for Wesley.
Wesley also held the advantage in penalty corners (12-5) over Keystone.
The Wolverines have a quick turnaround as they are back out to the turf on Monday when they host the Albright Lions at 7 p.m.