Weekly Recap 10/8
The Shorewomen carried their Centennial Conference success over to Dickinson College where they picked up their 5th conference victory after a 3-2 overtime win.
Junior Olivia Auer scored the game-winning goal with just under five minutes to go in the first overtime period. Also tallying goals for WC was junior Clare Ingersoll and freshman Grace Steele.
WC will carry their 5-1 record in conference play over to next week’s games versus Haverford and Franklin and Marshall. The team travels to take on the Fords on Wednesday and returns home on Sunday for a 1 p.m. start.
Behind senior Alaina Geissberger’s career-high nine blocks, the Shorewomen picked up a 3-1 conference victory over Dickinson.
Junior Kaitlyn Marino had 10 kills which led the team and also tied for a match-high. She also had a career-best four blocks. Senior Taylor Horan led the charge in assists with 38.
The Shorewomen currently sit with a 2-3 conference record and look to push past .500 when they travel to Haverford College for a 7 p.m. Wednesday matchup. On Saturday, they will host Franklin & Marshall at 12 p.m. which will be followed with a 4 p.m. match versus Alvernia.
The Shorewomen started things off quickly versus Dickinson with a 1-0 lead into halftime, but gave three goals in a 3-1 loss.
Junior Arianna Sabatino scored off of an assist from her sister, Olivia Sabatino. The goal for Arianna was her first of the season.
WC travels to Haverford on Wednesday for a 4 p.m. match and then returns home for their Senior Day on Saturday as they host Franklin & Marshall at 2 p.m.
The Shoremen traveled to Dickinson on Friday evening where they scored two goals in a 3-2 back-and-forth match.
Scoring those goals for WC included sophomore Griffin Bull and freshman Del Jenkins. Both of the goals were in response to goals coming from Dickinson. The goal for Jenkins was the first of his Shoremen career.
WC will host Catholic on Tuesday night for a 7 p.m. non-conference match. The team then hosts Haverford College on Saturday at 7 p.m. in a Centennial Conference matchup.
The team competed at the Moody Trophy where they placed 18th in the A Division and B Division.
Skipper Paul Hart and crew Ellie Lienert sailed together for the first six A Division races. Skipper Henry Proud and crew Andrew Vernon placed 12th in race 5B.
WC will compete at the Luce Regatta this upcoming weekend.
The Shorewomen opened up their fall regatta season at the Occopquan Challenge where they faced eight boats across six events. To highlight the weekend, WC had a second-place finish by the varsity four.
The varsity four consisted of Karis Marano, Erika Reynolds, Gabrielle Francis, and Agnes Anderson.
The team will race at Navy Day Regatta in Philadelphia this Saturday.
To open their fall regatta season, the team competed at the Occopquan Challenge, as well, where they raced two eights and three fours. The top eight and top four both finished in the top half of their races.
The regatta was the season opener for new head coach Scott Wisniewski. The team will compete at the Navy Day Regatta this upcoming Saturday in Philadelphia.