ELMHURST, Ill. – No. 4 Wheaton (Ill.) lost a 2-1 decision in two overtimes at Elmhurst College on Saturday night. Wheaton led 1-0 for the majority of the match. However, Elmhurst tied the match at 1-1 with a goal in the final three minutes of regulation and the Bluejays scored the game-winner early in the second overtime.
Defender Laura Karsten gave the Thunder a 1-0 lead with her fourth goal of the season at the 28:01 mark of the match. Karsten headed the ball into the back of the net off of a Katelyn Kishkunas assist. Wheaton retained its 1-0 lead for the rest of the first half and the majority of the second half.
Elmhurst tied the match at 1-1 with an Amy Baschen goal that was assisted by Valerie Wesley with just 2:06 left in regulation. The two teams played through a scoreless first overtime period. Elmhurst scored the game-winner just 1:44 into the second overtime period to secure the upset victory against the fourth-ranked Thunder.
No. 1 Messiah 10, Alvernia 0
Messiah jumped out to a 2-0 halftime lead on Saturday night, and then saw the floodgates open as they defeated the Crusaders of Alvernia 10-0.
Nine different players collected either a goal or an assist, with senior Jess Shirk notching a hat trick with three goals scored.
No. 2 William Smith 2, Union 0
GENEVA, N.Y. — First-year Dineo Mmutla scored two goals to lead No. 2 William Smith to a 2-0 win against Union in a Liberty League match played on Cozzens Field on Saturday. The Herons celebrated Homecoming and Family Weekend with their 10th consecutive win and earned their 13th shutout this season.
Senior goalie Amanda Davis only needed to make one save to secure her 10th shutout this fall. William Smith is now 13-0-1 and 7-0-0 in conference play. Union falls to 12-4-1 and 2-4-1 in the Liberty League.
No. 5 Johns Hopkins 6, Bryn Mawr 0
BRYN MAWR, Pa. — Fifth-ranked Johns Hopkins took down Centennial Conference opponent Bryn Mawr 6-0 Saturday afternoon to remain perfect on the season.
The Blue Jays push their record to 15-0 on the season with an 8-0 conference record while the Owls fall to 5-9-1 overall and 0-8-1 in the CC.
Freshman Hannah Kronick extended her scoring streak to 14 games with her conference-leading sixth game winning goal of the season. Kronick got the Blue Jays on the scoreboard first with a goal midway through the fifth minute.
Game information and photos compiled from athletic department websites.