Guilford Falls at Regionally Ranked Washington and Lee
|Guilford (3-14, 2-8 ODAC)||0||0||0|
|Washington and Lee (12-2-1, 8-1-1 ODAC)||2||4||6|
|1st - 2:52||Katie Rossi (Washington and Lee)|
|1st - 12:05||Katherine Rush (Washington and Lee)|
|2nd - 46:43||Katherine Rush (Washington and Lee)|
|2nd - 48:03||Haley Ward (Washington and Lee)|
|2nd - 66:31||Taylor DeVoe (Washington and Lee)|
|2nd - 81:36||M. Woodruff Griffin (Washington and Lee)|
|Guilford||Washington and Lee|
Sh: Kelli Uresti - 3
Sv: M. Davis-Rosenbaum - 14
Katherine Rush - 2
A: 4 Players (#2, #4, #8, #22 - 1)
Sh: Katherine Rush - 6
|TEAM STATISTICS||Guilford||Washington and Lee|
|Shots (on goal)||4 (0)||37 (20)|
LEXINGTON, Va. – Katharine Rush scored two goals and an assist in Washington and Lee University's 6-0 Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) soccer win over visiting Guilford College Tuesday.
The Generals (12-2-1, 8-1-1 ODAC) are ranked ninth in this week's National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Continental Tire Division III South Atlantic Region Poll.
Rush set up Katie Rossi's goal three minutes into the match, which spotted the hosts to an early 1-0 lead. Rossi returned the favor just under 10 minutes later with a pass to Rush, who doubled Washington and Lee's advantage. Rush netted the game's third goal a couple minutes into the second half off an Emily Scott assist.
Washington and Lee held a 37-4 edge in shots and had all seven of the game's corner kicks. Addie Healy and Kingsley Schroeder shared goaltending duties and the shutout.
Guilford goalie Miriam Davis-Rosenbaum made a career-high 14 saves in the match, the most by a Quakers' netminder since 2009.
The Quakers are back in action Saturday (10/20) at league-rival Sweet Briar College.