Cabrini’s women’s soccer team matched up with Bryn Mawr Sept. 17, on Edith Robb Dixon Field. A scattered audience sat in attendance as the Cavaliers came out on top with a 2-0 victory.
Both teams came out ready to play in the first half, but the Cavs control and determination to win was apparent with their 10 shots in the first half alone. Bryn Mawr keeper Aviva Kosansky held strong with three saves. And despite relentless attempts, the first half came to a scoreless close.
The Cavs continued energy into the second half would prove a quick payoff. Dana Peterson got a shot passed Bryn Mawr’s goaltender just three minutes in to put them on top 1-0 and earning her second goal of the season.
As they continued to dominant control of the ball Devon Miller capitalized and added another to the board when a shot from Noelle DiCiocco ricocheted off the crossbar to Miller with 17 minutes left in the half.
Cabrini did not let Kosansky get too comfortable in goal. They delivered an impressive 11 shots in the second half. Bryn Mawr pressured the Cavs late in game but none of their five shots could find the back of the net and the Cavalier goals went unanswered.
The Cavs go back at it against Gwynedd-Mercy University on their home Edith Robb Dixon field Saturday at noon.