Dominique Nets Career-High Three Goals Against Widener
CHESTER, Pa. – Freshman Georgina Dominique netted a career-high three goals but it wasn't enough as the host, Widener Pride, defeated the Owls 18-6 in non-conference action Tuesday evening.
The Pride jumped scored 11 goals over the opening twenty-two minutes of the game. The owls finally got on the board with just under four minutes left in the half when junior Kathleen Magner scored an unassisted goal.
Widener added another goal with fifty-eight second remaining in the half to take a 12-1 lead into halftime. Meghan Garvey led the Pride with three first-half goals.
The second-half fared better for the Owls. It took Dominique only 1:47 of action to find the back of the net an unassisted goal, her first of the night.
After Widener scored four unanswered goals to take a 16-2 lead, it was Dominique beating Megan Dunn on a free position shot with 8:22 to play in the game.
The Pride's Megan Granata netted an unassisted goal with 7:12, to push Widener's lead to fourteen, 17-3.
Bryn Mawr rattled off three goals over a span of 2:05. Magner recorded back-to-back goals just over a minute apart before Dominique scored an unassisted goal at 3:44, Bryn Mawr's final goal of the game.
Widener's Morgan Scott netted the game's final goal with 1:24 to play, securing Widener's 4th win of the season.
For the Owls, Magner scooped-up a team-best three groundballs while senior Melina Higgins and freshman Claire Johnson picked-up two each. Magner tallied six draws as freshman Megan Kilmer and Magner caused a pair of turnovers. In the net for Bryn Mawr, sophomore Grace Baelen-King posted three saves.
The Owls return to action when they travel to Swarthmore on Thursday, March 28, for a 7:00 pm contest with the Garnet.