No. 2 West Chester shuts out No. 5 IUP
Roundup: No. 1 Bloomsburg stays perfect on the season
INDIANA, Pa. -- West Chester registered a 3-0 shutout on the road against host Indiana, Pa. in a PSAC contest Friday afternoon. West Chester earned its first PSAC win of the season. Brynn Adams scored twice, and fellow senior Nicole Fiorilla scored once and added an assist in the victory.
Kristin Arnold posted the shutout in goal, making six saves. Melinda Speers added an assist on Adams' first goal of the afternoon.
Indiana were only able to muster three shots on goal in the first half and trailed 1-0 at the break, but Sickman led an offensive charge that put nine shots on goal in the second half. Sickman drilled the post early in the second half that would have tied the game at 1-1, and put several other shots that just missed finding the back of the cage.
No. 1 Bloomsburg 5, Mercyhurst 0
ERIE, Pa. -- Lauren McGinley scored two goals and stayed unbeaten with a 5-0 whitewash of Mercyhurston Friday in Erie.
The Huskies wasted little time getting on the board scoring just 7:10 into the game when Nicole Bruce scored off a Jenna DiSabatino assist.
Bloomsburg made it 2-0 about 18 minutes later when McGinley scored her first goal of the game with Alexis Weber getting credit for the assist.
The Huskies made it a 3-0 game when Brooke Simonovich hit the back of the cage with Amanda Riley netting the assist. McGinley came back 56 seconds later scoring her second goal from an assist by Cassie DiSabatino .
No. 4 Shippensburg 6, C.W. Post 1
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. -- Behind a natural hat trick from Ashley Taylor, Shippensburg defeated C.W. Post, 6-1, on a breezy Friday afternoon from Robb Sports Complex.
Bre White opened up the scoring just over a minute into the game with an unassisted goal. The score would remain 1-0 in Ship’s favor for a majority of the first half, before a C.W. Post goal knotted it at 1.
The Pioneer goal seemed to wake up the Raider offense, however, as after nearly 27 minutes of scoreless play, junior Taylor Jones assisted senior Katie Pufnock for her team-leading eighth goal of 2011. Pufnock has now scored in five of Shippensburg’s six games this season.
Game information and photos compiled from athletic department websites.