Middlebury

Women's Soccer Falls At Trinity - Headed To Amherst

October 27, 2007

Devin Nwanagu scored the game's only goal in the 60th minute and goalie Emily Weedon set a new Bantam record with her seventh shutout of the season to give Trinity a 1-0 victory over Middlebury. The Panthers return to action on Saturday at Amherst in a NESCAC first-round game at 12:00.

The game was scoreless with neither team gaining a decided advantage in pressure on a muddy field, until Trinity's Katie O'Brien headed the ball from midfield up to Lauren Olsen, who threaded the ball up the right wing to a streaking Nwanagu. Nwanagu beat her Panther defender and shot past Lauryn Torch into the lower left corner of the goal. The Panthers outshot the Bantams, 8-6, and made Weedon leave her feet twice in the first half for two of her seven saves in the game. Torch had three saves in the match.

Teams

1st

2nd

Final

Middlebury (8-4-2)

0

0

0

Trinity, Conn. (7-4-3)

0

1

1

SCORING
TC- Devin Nwanagu (Lauren Olsen, Katie O'Brien) 60:49.

GOALKEEPER SAVES
M- Lauryn Torch 4
TC- Emily Weedon 7

SHOTS
M-8, TC-6

CORNER KICKS
MC-3, TC-3