Mustangs Post Third Shutout of Season, Down Centenary (N.J.), 7-0

Mustangs Post Third Shutout of Season, Down Centenary (N.J.), 7-0

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - The Stevenson field hockey team posted its third shutout of the season as the Mustangs had five different players score en route to a 7-0 non-conference victory over Centenary (N.J.) Saturday afternoon at Mustang Stadium.

  • The Mustangs (3-6) earned a penalty corner in the opening 45 seconds of the contest with senior Jordan Hershberger lifting a shot just over the cage.
  • On her third consecutive shot, junior Anna Bauer found the back of the to give the hosts an early 1-0 lead.
  • Senior Emma Adams doubled Stevenson's lead as she deflected in a shot outside the arc by classmate Ashli Glatfelter with 8:41 remaining.

  • Just 26 second into quarter, sophomore Kaitlin Karns scored an unassisted goal after receiving a pass from Adams and going around a pair of defenders before backhanding it into the net.
  • Stevenson had nine shots in the quarter, including six by Karns. Three of her shots were on net, including the goal.
  • The hosts also had four penalty corners in the quarter and eight in the opening half.

  • The Cyclones (2-5) recorded the first two shots of the quarter, as Isabella Tracy had a quick turnaround shot that was saved by sophomore Grace Hollin.
  • Karns nearly had her second goal of the day as her shot got past the goalkeeper, but Danika Brandt got to the ball before it crossed the goal line.
  • With 7:30 remaining, Karns netted her second goal of the day as she scored on a rebound from Bauer that was saved by the goalie.
  • Junior Brooke Morris netted her first goal of the game in similar fashion to Karns and she cleaned up a rebound from Bauer, pushing to lead to, 5-0.
  • With 3:22 left in the quarter, Centenary (N.J.) earned its first penalty corner and sent a hard shot wide left.

  • Adams scored her second goal of the game, with an unassisted tally just 1:13 into the quarter.
  • With 5:24 remaining, Bauer took a shot off a penalty corner that was deflected up by Morris and then in by freshman Mackenzie Rieger for Rieger's second of the season.

  • Stevenson outshot Centenary (N.J.), 33-4, including 17-0 in the first half.
  • The Mustangs also held a 15-1 advantage in penalty corners.
  • Karns recorded a game-high 11 shots and now has three games with two or more goals.
  • Adams recorded her first multi-goal game of her career.

  • Stevenson returns to action on Tuesday, September 24 when the Mustangs host a non-conference contest versus Lynchburg beginning at 7:00 p.m.