BUCKHANNON – Ten different West Virginia Wesleyan Lady Bobcats got into the scoring act against the outmanned Glenville State Lady Pioneers as they rolled to an 11-0 win in a Mountain East Conference contest Sunday afternoon on the turf at Cebe Ross Field.
It was the ninth straight win for the Lady Bobcats.
Glenville State is in their first-year of competitive play at the NCAA Division II level.
In one of most ridiculous stat lines you we ever see in a game at this level was the Lady Bobcats owned a 62-0 margin in shots and a 33-0 lead in shots-on-goal.
Natale Prater gave Wesleyan a quick 2-0 lead after 13 minutes of action with a pair of goals.
Makatlyn Tucker sent a cross to Prater for the first goal and she tallied her second when she played in a corner kick that deflected off a Glenville State defender into the back of the net.
Shannon Shawgo and Tucker each scored a goal within a minute of one another in the 16th minute of action.
Shawgo played a pass from Prater and scored with a shot to the bottom right of the net and Tucker placed a shot past the Glenville keeper off an assist from Jadyn Tavekelian.
Isabella Salas scored from 20 yards out with the assist going to Audrey Barber in the 25th minute and Casey Underwood wrapped up the first-half scoring playing a through ball from Prater and scoring with a shot to the top right of the net in the 36th minute.
Brianna Bevil opened up the second-half scoring for Wesleyan with a goal off a pass from Tucker in the 47th minute.
In an eight-minute span, Hannah Schoolcraft and Kayla Fay both scored unassisted goals to lift the Wesleyan lead to 9-0.
Barber played a through ball by Natalie Pireu and scored in the 76th minute.
Wesleyan’s final goal came courtesy of Danielle Jonas in the 84th minute.
Barber and Underwood were both credited with assists.
The Lady Bobcats owned a 9-0 advantage in corner kicks.
Wesleyan was guilty of four fouls while Glenville State was called for three.
The Lady Bobcats used three keepers in the win.
Ashlee Schumacher started the game and played the first half while Chelsea Hubner and Bailey Heubi shared time in the second half.
None of three goalies faced a Glenville State shot.
The Lady Pioneers fell to 0-13 overall and 0-9 in the MEC.
Wesleyan improved to 10-1 overall and 8-0 in the MEC.
They will return to action today when they visit the University of Charleston Golden Eagles in a conference clash at 7 p.m.
Glenville State 0 0 – 0
West Virginia Wesleyan 6 5 – 11
West Virginia Wesleyan – Natalie Prater (Makatlyn Tucker assist), 6th minute
West Virginia Wesleyan – Prater (unassisted), 13th minute
West Virginia Wesleyan – Shannon Shawgo (Prater assist), 16th minute
West Virginia Wesleyan – Tucker (Jadyn Tavekelian assist), 16th minute
West Virginia Wesleyan – Isabella Salas (Audrey Barber assist), 25th minute
West Virginia Wesleyan – Casey Underwood (Prater assist), 36th minute
West Virginia Wesleyan – Brianna Bevil (Tucker assist), 47th minute
West Virginia Wesleyan – Hannah Schoolcraft (unassisted), 60th minute
West Virginia Wesleyan – Kayla Fay (unassisted), 68th minute
West Virginia Wesleyan – Audrey Barber (Natalie Pireu assist), 76th minute
West Virginia Wesleyan – Danielle Jonas (Barber, Underwood assist), 84th minute
Shots-on-goal – Glenville State: 0; West Virginia Wesleyan: 33.
Corner kicks – Glenville State: 0; West Virginia Wesleyan: 9
Fouls – Glenville State: 3; West Virginia Wesleyan: 4
Saves – Glenville State: Hannah Beaty 15; Morgan Smailes 6; West Virginia Wesleyan: Ashlee Schumacher 0; Chelsea Hubner 0; Bailey Heubi 0.