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No. 16 William & Mary Stymies Women's Soccer

Sept. 3, 2010

Final Stats

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Mallory Schaffer had two goals and two assists for College of William & Mary, and the Tribe defeated Loyola University Maryland, 5-0, in non-conference action on Friday night.

William & Mary entered the game ranked 16th in the nation by Soccer America.

Schaffer put the Tribe (3-0-1 overall) on the board at the 35-minute mark, scoring her first goal of the season. Audrey Barry came from the right side and fed Schaffer a pass at the top of the box.

Schaffer then beat goalkeeper Didi Haracic to the right, putting William & Mary up, 1-0.

Cortlyn Bristol made it a 2-0 Tribe lead in the 53rd minute. Barry and Schaffer combined for a few passes, and Barry crossed the ball to Bristol who scored from five yards out.

Kaitlin O'Connor added William and Mary's third on a penalty kick in the 57th minute, and Bristol scored her second on Schaffer's second assist of the evening 15 minutes later.

Schaffer tacked on her second goal of the game, scoring into the left side of the net after Emily DeNardis started the attack on the right side.

Haracic entered the game in the 30th minute for Danielle Ippolito and made six saves for the Greyhounds (1-3-0). Ippolito had two before departing.

The Greyhounds return to action on Sunday, September 5, when they play North Carolina State in Raleigh, N.C., at 1 p.m.