Johnson Kicks Johns Hopkins to Centennial Finals
SWARTHMORE, PA – Adrienne Johnson’s goal late in the second half ended a scoreless tie and was enough to send the Johns Hopkins women’s soccer team to tomorrow’s Centennial Conference Championship against top-seeded and host Swarthmore. With the victory, the Blue Jays improved to 13-4-1 on the season and the Blue Jays will play in the CC title game for the 12th consecutive season.
- Johnson’s second-career goal came in the 77th Hallie Horvath lobbed a free kick into the box towards the far post and Johnson was able to get it behind the Green Terror goalkeeper.
Inside the Box Score:
- McDaniel outshot Hopkine 15-13, but the Blue Jays had a 5-4 advantage in shots on goal.
- Hope Lundberg and Meg Van de Loo each totaled three shots to lead the Jays.
- JHU goalkeeper Clara Aranguren made four saves to earn the clean sheet.
- Sarah McDonald made four saves in defeat.
- McDaniel dropped to 15-2-3 on the season with both its losses coming at the hands of the Lady Jays.
Who’s Up Next?:
Hopkins returns to the field tomorrow at 2:00 pm against Swarthmore with the Centennial Conference trophy and an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament on the line. The Blue Jays and Garnet met last season in the CC final at Gettysburg. The squads were tied through regulation and Swarthmore earned the championship via penalty kicks.