Hopkins Clinches Postseason Berth With 6-0 Win Against Bryn Mawr
BALTIMORE, MD- The Johns Hopkins women's soccer team scored three goals in each half to cruise to a 6-0 victory against Bryn Mawr. With the win, the Blue Jays improved to 11-3-1 on the season and clinched a spot in the Centennial Conference Tournament.
- Issy Berkey got the Blue Jays on the board in the 14th Adrienne Johnson sent a pass forward from the back line to Hope Lundberg, who crossed it over to Berkey.
- JHU's second goal came off the foot of Vania Ludman, who took a pass from Meg Van de Loo and sent it past the Owls' goalkeeper.
- Van de Loo made it 3-0 in the 32nd minute when she finished a pass from Kristen Hori. Hori sent a pass forward from the midfield and Van de Loo was able to stay onside and receive the pass before beating the goalkeeper and depositing the ball into the back of the net.
- Alaina Arthur kept the scoring going in the second half. Lundberg took a corner kick which deflected off of a Bryn Mawr defender and bounced to Arthur, who beat the goalkeeper.
- Kate Hobble scored her first-career goal in the 67th Hobble took a pass from Van de Loo and was able to find the back of the net to increase the Hopkins advantage to five.
- In the 76th minute it was Michelle Santangelo who registered her first-career goal. Hobble sent a cross from the right side through the box and Santangelo was able to finish it.
Inside the Box Score:
- JHU outshot Bryn Mawr 28-1, including 15-1 in shots on goal.
- Arthur led the Blue Jays with seven shots on the evening.
- Sarah Benett and Bess Kitzmiller combined to make one save in the win.
- Aviva Kosansky and Leah Beer combined to make made nine saves in defeat.
Who's Up Next?: Hopkins returns to action Tuesday, when it takes on McDaniel at 7:00 pm back on Homewood Field.
A Few Numbers to Know:
1: Paula Swiercz started her first career game.
5: With the win, Hopkins extended its winning streak to a season-best five games.
6: Hopkins honored its six seniors before the game. Arthur, Berkey, Benett, Lundberg, Maryalice McKenna and Swiercz have compiled a 69-14-5 record over their careers and helped lead the Blue Jays to their first-ever Final Four last season.
15: JHU clinched a berth in the Centennial Conference tournament for the 15th consecutive season. The Blue Jays are 20-3-4 all time in the CC Tournament.