No. 11 Women’s Soccer Erupts for Record 13 Goals in Win

No. 11 Women’s Soccer Erupts for Record 13 Goals in Win


St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 20, 2016 – The No. 11-ranked Washington University in St. Louis women's soccer team set a single-game school record for goals in a game in a 13-0 win over Principia College Thursday at Francis Field in St. Louis.

WashU jumped in front 8-0 at halftime, setting the single-season school record for most goals in a game in the opening half.

WashU improved its overall record to 11-2-2, while Principia fell to 4-10.

Senior Katie Chandler scored just 31 seconds into the game to give the Bears the early 1-0 advantage. The game-winning goal for Chandler was the 12th of her career, tied for fifth most in school history.

Sophomore Maggie Crist and junior Mia Mastroianni scored a pair of goals in a span of 2:01 to put the Bears up 3-0. Senior Hannah Rosenberg (14:18), junior Mariana Alisio (18:32) and junior Gillian Myers (24:48) added goals to extend the advantage to 6-0.

Sophomore Caroline Dempsey (31:20) and freshman Taylor Cohen (42:33) added goals late in the first half. The Bears outshot Principia 24-0 in the first half.

Junior Megan Renken scored in the 58th minute, while sophomore Jessica Ridderhoff scored a pair of goals in a 60-second span to make it 11-0. Junior Elise Brown (79:12) and Cohen (86:46) rounded out the scoring for the Bears.

WashU outshot Principia 47-1 and had an 8-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Senior Lizzy Crist (27:52), sophomore Jacqueline Foody (17:08), freshman Katy Hutson (30:48, one save) and freshman Olivia Emanuel (14:12) split time in goal as WashU picked up its 11th shutout of the season.

WashU steps back into conference play with a road game at No. 16-ranked Carnegie Mellon University on Friday, Oct. 28. Game time is set for 5 p.m. (ET) in Pittsburgh.

BEAR NOTEBOOK: WashU leads the all-time series with Principia, 28-3, and have won the last 16 meetings between the two teams … The Bears are 17-0-1 at home in its last 18 contests at Francis Field … Head coach Jim Conlon picked up his 240th career victory … The goal for Chandler was the 30th of her career, ninth most in school history.