Women’s Soccer Tops Wesley in Conference Opener

The Bobcats women’s soccer team opened their CAC matches with a 3-1 victory over Wesley Saturday night in Dover.

The Wolverines struck first only 32 seconds into the match when Aleya Cummings knocked a shot over freshman goalkeeper Jenny Bullers from 15 yards out.

The Bobcats responded with 3 unanswered goals.

Sophomore midfielder Gwen Schemm opened the scoring for the Bobcats in the 10th minute, finishing a corner from sophomore Brooke Shehade that the Wolverine keeper had mishandled. It was Schemm’s first goal of the 2017 campaign.

Junior Danielle Ferris gave Frostburg an edge in the 35th minute for her second goal of the year. Junior Anais Ventura and Brooke Shehade dished out the assists for the go-ahead goal.

Shehade scored her third of the season giving the Bobcats a two-goal cushion heading into the final minutes of the match. Schemm handed out the assist for the insurance goal.

Overall, the Bobcats held the edges in shots (19-2), shots on goal (8-1), and corner kicks (9-0).

Schemm led the Bobcats with six shots, followed by Shehade with four and Ferris with three.

The Bobcats are currently in a four way tie for first place in the CAC.

Frostburg returns to game day action on Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2017 when they travel to play Gettysburg at 7 p.m.

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