Photo by Robert Cifone
MIDWAY, Ky. --- Carlow University women's soccer fell short in a
4-3 loss on the road against Midway (Ky.) University in a River
States Conference game Saturday.
Carlow (2-7-3, 0-1-3 RSC) out-shot the Eagles, 25-17, but Midway
came out on top.
The Eagles (6-4-1, 1-2-1 RSC) struck first in the
19th minute, but Alexandra
Houk (SR/Beaver Falls, Pa.) evened the score in the
23rd minute on an assist by Michaela
Pry (SO/Monongahela, Pa.) to send the teams into the
locker rooms at halftime tied, 1-1.
Midway scored at 46', but Carlow answered just minutes later
when Rachel Flory (SR/Huntington Beach,
Calif.) found Alexa Schwab (JR/Conway, Pa.) in the
Tied, 2-2, freshman Natalie
DiGiorno (Bethel Park, Pa.) gave the Celtics a 3-2
lead on an unassisted goal at 55'.
Midway scored its final two goals in the 67th minute
- just 30 seconds apart - and kept Carlow off the board for the
remaining 23 minutes to win, 4-3.
DiGiorno and Schwab each had four shots on goal, and Houk and
Malak Shuman (SR/Monroeville, Pa.) added
Freshman goalkeeper Anya
Achtyl (Lancaster, N.Y.) was saddled with the loss,
despite making seven saves on the day.
Carlow hosts Ohio Christian University, Saturday, Oct. 12 for an
RSC match at Highmark Stadium beginning at 10 a.m. Links to live
coverage at: https://bit.ly/WSOC19.
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