GALLATIN, Tenn. – Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College (SMWC) women's soccer (5-4) defeated Welch College today 8-1. The Pomeroys had goals from four separate player's (Alicia Lombardo, Madison Stuck, Kennedee Lamb, and Melisa Spognardi). The Woods offense clicked on all cylinders and was very unselfish as they had six player's notch an assist (Spognardi, Makayla Stuck, Kortney Buckley, Lombardo, Lamb, and Alexis Pflum).
- SMWC jumped out to an early 1-0 lead behind a goal from Kennedee Lamb (assist Melisa Spognardi)
- The Pomeroys would add two more goals in the first half, they led 3-0 at halftime.
- In the second half, Alicia Lombardo tallied four straight goals (assists by Lamb (2), Buckley, and Pflum); these were the first goals of her collegiate career
- Madison Stuck scored her first goal of the season (unassisted)
By the Numbers
- The Pomeroys outscored Welch 8-to-1; this is the most goals scored in one game this season
- On the eight goals, SMWC tallied seven assists
Quote | Head Coach Craig Hendry
"We started really slowly. Too many players taking too many touches. 3 goals in a five minute period set the tone for the rest of the game. We'll have to start better vs Fontbonne on Saturday."
The Woods women's soccer team will be back in action at home on Saturday, September 28th, at 5:00 p.m. ET. The Pomeroys will face Fontbonne University.
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