Women’s soccer picked up their sixth win of the season against Keystone College. The Lady Cavaliers cruised past Keystone with a score of 7-0 this past Saturday at Edith Robb Dixon Field.
Shortly into the first half junior Melissa Scanzano set the tone for the game when she volleyed a corner kick from fellow junior Gabby Meck into goal for the Cavs first point.
The action only continued from there as sophomore Kaitlyn Cooper added a second goal, followed by sophomore Devon Miller, who scored unassisted for her fifth goal of the season, giving the Cavs a 3-0 lead.
The Cavs weren’t finished there. Dana Peterson got one passed Keystone’s keeper nine minutes in to the second half with an assist from Kaitlin Zisa. Not wasting any time, over the next five minutes Cavs scored three more. Two in a row came from Kaitlyn Cooper, giving her a total of five goals on the season.
Less than a minute later, sophomore Juliana Ardire added another goal to the board with an assist from Scanzano icing the score at 7-0 Cavs.
The Blue and White out-shot the Keystone Giants 19-0, and this is the fourth time the team has shutout an opponent this year.
The Cavs are back in action Wednesday, Oct. 16, against Immaculata University on Cabrini’s home Edith Robb Dixon Field. The match is set to begin at 4 p.m.