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Santangelo's Hat Trick Gives JHU a 6-0 Win Over Ursinus

Michelle Santangelo leads the team with 12 goals and 27 points.
Oct. 21, 2017

Box Score

The Basics 
• Score: #10 Johns Hopkins - 6,  Ursinus - 0
• Records: Johns Hopkins (13-2-1 • 8-0 CC) • Ursinus (1-10-2 • 1-6-1 CC)
• Location: Collegeville, PA. (Patterson Field)
• The Short Story: Michelle Santangelo netted her third hat trick of the season as the Johns Hopkins women's soccer team defeated Ursinus, 6-0 on the road on Saturday afternoon.

How it Happened
• Just over 16 minutes into the match, Carly Lupton-Smith took a shot into the lower left corner off a deflection in the center of the box and scored her first goal of the season to put Hopkins up 1-0.
• JHU made the score 2-0 at 22:24 as Santangelo tapped in the rebound off a Maddy Rocks header for the score.
Hallie Horvath made it a 3-0 Blue Jay advantage as her 30-yard shot from the left side found the back of the net in the upper right corner at 57:18.
• Santangelo scored her second goal of the game as she took a pass from Horvath and headed the ball past the Bears goalkeeper Marisa Kalkstein at 59:19. The goal gave JHU a 4-0 lead.
• In what was almost a mirror image of her second goal, Santangelo took a Bailey Monaco pass and put the header in the top right corner for the hat trick at 62:00, as Hopkins took a 5-0 lead.
Kristen Nixon scored from 15-yards out as her shot found the top right corner of the net at 85:28 to make the score 6-0, and Hopkins would go on to win the game by that score.

What it Means
• JHU extends its winning streak to 6 games and remains the only perfect team in the Centennial.
• The Blue Jays remain unbeaten against Ursinus as Hopkins improves to 21-0-2 all-time against the Bears.
• With her three hat tricks this season, Santangelo is now in a tie for second for the most hat tricks in a season in team history.
• The six goals are the third most scored by Johns Hopkins this season. They scored nine goals earlier this season against Bryn Mawr and followed that with eight goals at Rutgers Camden. Santangelo had a hat trick in both of those games.

Inside the Box Score
• JHU outshot Ursinus by a 35-3 margin and put 16 shots on goal. The Blue Jay defense did not allow the Bears to get a shot on net.
• Hopkins took six corner kicks while Ursinus took just two.
• Santangelo now has 12 goals and 27 points this season, both which rank second in the conference.
Bess Kitzmiller got the win in goal and now has eight on the season.

Up Next
• The Blue Jays will remain on the road as the team will take on Gettysburg on Wednesday, October 25 at 7 pm in a Centennial Conference match.

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