Johns Hopkins Tops 21st-Ranked Salisbury University, 3-2



Strong Start Leads Jays Past Mules

Jays Score Early, Never Look Back


Kronick Named Player of the Week After Record-Setting Week

Senior Forward Hannah Kronick Named Offensive Player of the Week


Kronick's Record-Setting Night Comes in 3-0 Win

Senior Forward Becomes Conference's All-Time Leading Goal Scorer

W Soccer - Muhlenberg - 09/27/2014
Berkey, Teng Strike in 2-0 Win Over St. Mary's - Sep 17
Berkey, Teng Strike in 2-0 Win Over St. Mary's
W Soccer - St Mary's (MD) - 09/17/2014
St Mary's (MD)
Women's Soccer vs. Bryn Mawr (10/19/13)
Women's Soccer vs. Bryn Mawr (10/19/13)
Hopkins vs Washington College 9/14/13
Hopkins vs Washington College 9/14/13
JHU at F&M (10/3/12)
Hopkins edged F&M, 2-1, in Lancaster, PA.

Sept. 25, 2001

SALISBURY, MD - Junior midfielder Alicia Atwood (Kingwood, TX/Kingwood) and sophomore midfielder Leah Blom (Needham, MA/Needham) scored back-to-back goals in a span of 1:38 in the second half to give the Johns Hopkins women's soccer team a 3-2 victory over 21st-ranked Salisbury University today in Salisbury, Maryland. The Blue Jays improved to 6-1-1 on the year, while Salisbury fell to 5-1-2 overall.

Atwood's goal, a direct kick from the top of the penalty box in the 78th minute, was her first of the season and tied the score at 2-2. Blom followed Atwood in the 79th minute with her second goal of the season off a feed from freshman midfielder Sandra Lebo (Princeton Junction, NJ/West Windsor).

Salisbury's Amber Bradford netted the first goal of the game in the opening five minutes of the second half after a scoreless first period. Hopkins tied the score in the 55th minute as sophomore midfielder Annie Colabella (East Granby, CT/East Granby) tallied her third goal of the season off an assist from freshman forward Jen Baldwin (Medway, MA/Medway). Salisbury took a 2-1 lead on a goal from Erica Szoc with 24 minutes left to play, before JHU scored the final two goals of the match.

Sophomore goaltender Annie Adamczyk (Georgetown, MA/Governor Dummer) made a career-high eight saves for the Blue Jays, while Gina Ceneviva recorded six saves for Salisbury.

Hopkins travels to face Centennial Conference foe Ursinus on Saturday in their next match starting at 1:00 p.m. The Blue Jays have not lost to the Bears in five previous meetings, and have outscored Ursinus by a combined score of 27-1.



1 - 2 - T
Johns Hopkins (6-1-1) 0 - 3 - 3
#21 Salisbury (5-1-2) 0 - 2 - 2

Goals: JHU - Colabella (55th), Atwood (78th), Blom (79th), SU - Bradford (50th), Szoc (67th)
Assists: JHU - Baldwin, Lebo, SU - Mulholland
Saves: JHU - Adamczyk 8, SU - Ceneviva 6
Shots: JHU - 13, SU - 16

  Printer-friendly format   Email this article
Johns Hopkins University NCAA Centennial Conference