Sea Gulls Pin Another 11-0 Setback on GophersMadera Makes 25th Defensive Save of Four-Year Career
October 29, 2006
SALISBURY, MD — Goucher suffered its second 11-0
loss to Salisbury of the season today, this one in the opening
round of the 2006 Capital Athletic Conference championship
In advancing to the CAC semifinals where they will take on St. Mary's (Md.), the Sea Gulls (15-3) unleashed a total of 38 shots. Two Salisbury players achieved "hat tricks" in the victory: Lauren Correll tallied all three of her goals in the first half, which ended with the Sea Gulls ahead 6-0, and Jerre Carter collected two of her three goals in the second half.
Aline Haddad (Bangor, PA/Bangor) went the distance in goal for Goucher (1-14), making 16 saves. A pair of field players — Danielle Marks (Dover, PA/Dover Area) and Jen Madera (Lusby, MD/Patuxent) — made defensive saves in support of Haddad, robbing Salisbury of two additional goals.
Madera ended her career today as Goucher's all-time leader in defensive saves. The one in today's contest was her team-high seventh of the season and 25th of her career.