Women’s Soccer cruises to 6-1 win over Brooklyn in regular season finale

Women’s Soccer cruises to 6-1 win over Brooklyn in regular season finale

DOVER, Del. – The Wesley College women's soccer team tallied a 6-1 win at home against the Brooklyn Bulldogs in their 2017 season finale on Friday.

Jaimilyn Snyder got Wesley on the board first in the 28th minute when Janiah Moore played Snyder in the box and she blasted her first collegiate goal past the Brooklyn keeper.

Wesley netted their second goal in the 37th minute when Aline Check played a corner kick into the box and Amanda Moccaldi finished the corner with a perfectly-timed header.

Moore put Wesley up three goals right before the halftime break off an assist from Allison Backert.

Aleya Cummings would give Wesley a four-goal lead 10 minutes into the second half when she stole the ball off of a Brooklyn clearance and rifled a shot through the Brooklyn keeper's hands.

Brooklyn would get on the board in the 62nd minute with a Leslie Lima goal off an Iliana Cabral assist.

Wesley would strike back in the 68th minute when Check drew a foul in the box and buried a penalty shot.

Moore and Cummings would team up for Wesley's sixth and final goal in the 80th minute when Wesley took the ball after a Brooklyn counter-attack and Cummings passed it ahead to Moore, who had a one-on-one breakaway with the Brooklyn keeper and shot it past the goalie.

Megan Shacklock earned her first career win in goal for Wesley. She made three saves in the victory.

Moore totaled two goals and assist while Check and Cummings added a goal and an assist,

The Wolverines finish the 2017 season 4-12 overall and 0-9 in the Capital Athletic Conference.