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Hopkins Defeats F&M 2-0

Riley O'Toole Scored Her 12th Goal of the Season.
Oct. 28, 2017

Box Score |  Women's Soccer vs. F&M 

The Basics 
• Score: #10 Johns Hopkins – 2, Franklin & Marshall – 0
• Records: Johns Hopkins (15-2-1 • 10-0 CC) • Franklin & Marshall (6-9-1 • 2-7-1 CC)
• Location: Baltimore, MD (Homewood Field)
• The Short Story: The Johns Hopkins women’s soccer team finished off an undefeated Centennial Conference regular season with a 2-0 victory over Franklin & Marshall on Senior Day on Homewood Field.

How it Happened
• Less than 20 minutes into the game, Michelle Santangelo ran from the left side of the box and took a shot from the side of the post that deflected off Diplomat’s goalkeeper Gabby Panayotakis for the 1-0 lead at 18:41.
Riley O’Toole gave the Blue Jays a 2-0 lead as she took a Santangelo pass and put a shot into the right side of the net at 47:51.
• Sabrina Graziano had the best scoring opportunity for F&M in the second half but her shot was turned away by Robyn Lipschultz and the Blue Jays went on to claim the 2-0 win.

What it Means
• Today marked the final regular season home game for the seven seniors on the team: Bess Kitzmiller, Leslie Bruni, Bailey Monaco, Sophie Murphy, Michelle Santangelo, Thea Harvey-Brown and Hallie Horvath. The seniors have been a part of two Centennial Conference Championship teams and have made the NCAA Tournament three times.
• Hopkins improves to 23-3-2 all-time against the Diplomats and remains unbeaten in the last 22 matches.
• This is the fifth time that the Blue Jays have not lost a conference regular season game.

Inside the Box Score
• Santangelo now has 15 goals which rank one behind the conference leader. She also is second with 34 points.
• O’Toole now has 12 goals and 26 points which are both third in the Centennial.
Bess Kitzmiller made two saves in net to earn her tenth win on the season. Lipschultz made one save in the match.
• Hopkins outshot F&M 9-5 and both teams registered three shots on goal.

Up Next
• Hopkins heads into the Centennial Conference Tournament as the top seed and will host the winner of the 4/5 game on Saturday, November 4. Game time has not yet been determined.

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