Posted: Oct 24, 2017
The Wilmington College women's soccer team claimed a win in OAC action against Muskingum University Tuesday evening. The 1-0 shut-out not only marked the team's second OAC win this season, but coach Steve Spirk's 300th career win.
HOW IT HAPPENED
- Sophomore Alex Vestal (Orlando, FL/Lake Nona) recorded the Fightin' Quakers' lone goal this evening. Her goal was unassisted in the 53rd minute.
- All but four Fightn' Quaker field players were able to find and take shots throughout the course of the game. In total, the Fightin' Quakers had 29 shots, 15 of which were on goal. WC dominated the field, only allowing Muskingum two shots over the course of the 90-minute contest.
- Vestal led the way with six shots, two of which were on frame, and one goal.
- Junior Hannah Greaney (Dayton, OH/Carroll) followed close behind in numbers with six shots, five of which were on goal. Senior Ashley Lovett (Washington Court House, OH/Washington Senior) also had a high number of shots-on-goal, as all three of her shots were on frame.
- Senior goalkeeper Ana Hosler (Blanchester, OH/Blanchester) added one save to her resume in tonight's game.
HEAD COACH STEVE SPIRK QUOTES
- "I thought this was a very important win for us, especially after losing a couple of really close games. It's good for us to get back on a winning track. It was great to have a home win."
- "Even though we only played one goal, I thought we played really well."
- "It feels great to get to 300, especially with this team. They've worked really hard, and I'm glad to achieve this, this season."
- "We're looking forward to Senior Day on Saturday and hoping to close out our season with a win."
- The Fightin' Quakers take on Heidelberg at home 1 PM, Saturday in their final game of the season.