Unassisted Goal at 47:57 Leaves Owls Rejoicing

Unassisted Goal at 47:57 Leaves Owls Rejoicing

Scoring Opportunities Pass Gophers By in First Half

October 25, 2006

BRYN MAWR, PA — Goucher limited Bryn Mawr to 10 shots today — the fewest any opponent has managed against the Gophers the entire season — and yet head coach Warren Prestwich's squad still couldn't celebrate a win. The Owls (3-14) were the ones doing the rejoicing following their 1-0 non-conference victory.

Anna Strewler's unassisted goal at 47:57 of the second half which followed a scramble for a loose ball stood up as the only goal of the contest.

The Gophers (1-13) had two opportunities to take the lead in the first half. Goalie Rachel Brady of the Owls made her one and only save on a shot by Kelsey Havens (Catonsville, MD/Catonsville) approximately 15 minutes into the game and with just over 13 minutes remaining before halftime, a shot by Alyssa Rittenburg (Burlington, MA/Burlington) hit the post.