• Score: #10 Johns Hopkins – 4 , Gettysburg – 1
• Records: Johns Hopkins (14-2-1 • 9-0 CC) • Gettysburg (8-6-2 • 5-4 CC)
• Location: Gettysburg, PA (Clark Field)
• The Short Story: Two more goals from Michelle Santangelo helped lift the Johns Hopkins women’s soccer team to a 4-1 victory over Gettysburg on Wednesday night.
How it Happened
• Santangelo put Hopkins up 1-0 just over six minutes into the game as she corralled a loose ball in front of the net off a corner kick and put the shot past Bullet’s goalkeeper Brittany Smith.
• Just over 10 minutes later at 16:07, Riley O’Toole would put JHU up 2-0 with a shot from deep that went into the right side of the net for her 11th goal of the season.
• At 46:41 O’Toole would send a cross from the left side of the field to Santangelo who laced a shot from the middle of the box for her second goal of the match which put the Blue Jays up 3-0.
• The Bullets would get to within two goals at 51:43 as Jessica Cuttone set up Isabele Klatt for her fifth goal of the season.
• Hallie Horvath sent a pass off a corner to Emily Maheras who tipped the ball in for the goal at 69:26 to put the Blue Jays up 4-1, and Hopkins would go on to win the game by that score.
What it Means
• JHU improves to 17-13-1 all-time against the Bullets, and have won the last two games.
• Hopkins has won seven straight games since losing to Stevenson on September 27.
• The win gives the Blue Jays 10 straight conference victories dating back to last season.
• Johns Hopkins has clinched the top spot in the Centennial Conference and will host the semifinals and final on November 4-5. This is the seventh time since 2001 that Hopkins has been the number one seed in the conference tournament.
Inside the Box Score
• With her two goals, Santangelo now has 14 goals and 31 points, both which are second best in the league.
• O’Toole now has 11 goals and 24 points on the year which places her third overall in the Centennial.
• Gettysburg outshot Hopkins 9-8 in the match, however, JHU put six shots on goal while the Bullets put five on net.
• The Blue Jays took eight corner kicks while the home team took three.
• In goal for Hopkins, Bess Kitzmiller made four saves to earn her ninth win of the year.
• The Blue Jays will wrap up the regular season at Homewood Field on Saturday, October 28 as they will host Franklin & Marshall for a 1 pm match.