ST. MARY-OF-THE-WOODS, IND. -- Rose-Hulman Institute of
Technology topped crosstown rival St. Mary-of-the-Woods 4-1 in
women's soccer action on Wednesday.
The Fightin' Engineers scored three times in the first 29
minutes and outshot The Woods 28-7 to earn their seventh
consecutive win in the crosstown series.
Sophomore Rachel Johnstone (Loveland, Ohio)
scored in the 12th minute on a double assist from freshman
Nicky Wheeler (Avon) and senior Anna Vogel
(East Greenwich, R.I./LaSalle Academy) to put the
Engineers on the board.
Rose-Hulman pushed its lead to 2-0 just 2:31 later when senior
Carolyn Guzik (Avon, Ohio/Padua Franciscan) found
the back of the net on a pass from Vogel.
The lead reached 3-0 on a score by freshman Haley O'Neil
(Batavia, Ill.) on an assist from Wheeler in the 29th
minute. St. Mary-of-the-Woods answered with an unassisted
goal by Jessica Black at 37:00.
Rose-Hulman scored the final tally of the match in the 59th
minute on an unassisted goal from sophomore Cassie Cox
The Engineers controlled the tempo with six corner kicks and
four goalkeepers earned playing time in the victory. Senior
Julie Brennan (Indianapolis/Pike) was credited
with the victory by starting the game and leaving with the
Vogel and senior Molly Rice (Marion/Oak Hill)
led Rose-Hulman with four shots, while Black paced the Pomeroys
with four shots.
Rose-Hulman improved to 4-7 overall, while St. Mary-of-the-Woods
stands 0-7. The Fightin' Engineers travel to Hanover on