By Victoria Ripple
Elm Staff Writer
The Shorewomen lost to the Haverford Fords in a conference game last Wednesday. The Fords scored their first goal off a cross into the bottom left hand corner of the goal. Following at 27:07, Haverford scored on a free kick from 25 yards out.
Junior Gabrielle Devaud led the Shorewomen with four shots in the match. Haverford held a 23-11 advantage in shots, while also having a 9-4 edge in corner kicks.
Junior goalkeeper Victoria Ripple made seven saves in the loss for Washington College.
Last Saturday WC dropped their second in a row to McDaniel College in a close conference game. The Green Terror scored the only goal of the match just eight minutes in.
The Shorewomen held a 21-9 advantage in shots but could not answer. Ripple had four saves in the loss.
WC visited the Bryn Mawr Owls on Tuesday resulting in their third loss on the road. Junior Jennifer Kiarsis put the Shorewomen on the board while chipping a shot over the goalkeeper at 36:27.
Bryn Mawr tied up the game in the second half at 50:27, scoring off an assist in the box. Senior Katie Weida gave the Shorewomen the advantage at 80:08 when she scored off a rebound from sophomore Gabrielle ‘Goose’ Antalffy.
The Owls wasted no time tying the match back up only 38 seconds later off of a free kick. To end the game, the Owls headed in the final goal with seven minutes left off of a corner kick.
WC held a 19-11 advantage in shots, while Ripple had five saves in the 3-2 loss. These losses moved the Shorewomen into last place in the Centennial Conference with a record of (4-10-1, 0-9).
The Shorewomen will return to the field on Saturday in their last game of the season against Dickinson College and honor their four seniors, Quinn Cowley, Katelyn Malchester, Becca Nicely, and Katie Weida.