By Lauren Zedlar
Elm Staff Writer
On Sunday, April 25, the Washington College Shoremen played the Stevenson University Mustangs at 2 p.m. in an exhibition match.
The game took place at Mustang Stadium and was the Shoremen’s final exhibition match of the year. The Shoremen went into the match with a record of 1–2 after a win against Stevenson the weekend before.
At 13 minutes and 18 seconds into the first half, senior Greg Adams scored the first goal of the game. He shot from the top of the box with an assist from senior James Strine giving the Shoremen a 1–0 lead.
The Mustangs were able to tie the game in the second half. For the rest of the game, both teams had one shot each, but neither were on target, leaving the score at 1–1.
No overtime was played making the final score 1–1.
The Shoremen had two saves during the game, both by senior goalkeeper Gavin Campbell. They also had 9 shots in total and 6 corner kicks while the Mustangs had 9 shots and 8 corner kicks.
The Shoremen had two total saves and 18 fouls during the game while the Mustangs had four saves and 12 fouls.
During the previous weekend, the Shoremen beat the Mustangs on the Kibler Field at 1–0 for their Senior Day.
“It was a hard fought game against two high level teams, although we tied this game 1–1 in the two game stretch we came out on top 2–1,” junior Eric Gwadz said. “We had a promising spring and look forward to the fall.”
“Although the outcome was a tie, we did what we wanted in the first half coming out fast,” senior Aidan chadam said. “[Adams] scored a really nice goal to put us on the board, but to Stevenson’s credit they responded well in the second half. I’m looking forward to watching the guys play in the fall.”
The Shoremen’s overall record will end at 1–2–1. The Shoremen will take to the field in a regular season in the fall of 2021.