Soccer Lady Bobcats have field day against hapless Lincoln in 15-0 win


PHILADELPHIA – Shannon Shawgo scored a hat trick and two assists and Haelly Ramirez, Hannah Schoolcraft and Chrystal Posada each scored two as the West Virginia Wesleyan Lady Bobcats romped to a 15-0 non-conference victory over the homestanding Lincoln Lions.

Lincoln entered the game with just one win and had been shutout eight times.

In all, nine players got into the scoring act for Wesleyan.

It took 11 minutes for Wesleyan to find the back of the net when Ramirez scored with the assist going to Shannon Shawgo.

Kayla Fay scored an unassisted goal on a breakaway two minutes later for Wesleyan to make it a 2-0 game.

Shawgo took a pass from Chrystal Posada in front of the net and scored in the 23rd minute for a 3-0 Wesleyan lead.

Wesleyan scored three goals in a four-minute span to take total control of the game.

Audrey Barber scored an unassisted goal in the 26th minute, Ramirez scored her second with an assist going to Carolyn Saulle a minute later, and Saulle scored her own goal three minutes later with the assist going to Makatlyn Tucker.

That made it a 6-0 contest.

Allison Crecelius scored the final goal in the half for Wesleyan, an unassisted goal in the 40th minute.

Schoolcraft took over the game to start the second half.

She scored an unassisted goal in the 48th minute, played a pass to Shawgo for a goal in the 49th minute and then scored her second goal of the game a minute later with the assist going to Shawgo.

That gave Wesleyan a 10-0 lead.

Posada made it 11-0 with an unassisted goal in the 53rd minute for Wesleyan.

Madison LaPole got into the scoring act with an unassisted goal in the 73rd minute and Shawgo scored her third goal in the 77th minute for a 13-0 lead.

Wesleyan scored two goals in the final minute of the game.

Macy Davis had an unassisted goal at the 89:17 mark and Posada scored on a penalty kick.

Wesleyan owned a 35-4 lead in shots-on-goal and a 7-0 margin in corner kicks.

Lincoln was called for nine fouls while Wesleyan was guilty of seven.

Wesleyan’s Chelsea Hubner and Bailey Heubi each played 45 minutes in net.

Hubner made three saves while Heubi stopped one shot.

Lincoln dropped to 1-12 on the season.

Wesleyan improved to 9-6.

They will return to the pitch Sunday when they visit West Liberty for a 3:30 p.m. contest.

The boxscore:

West Virginia Wesleyan        7  8 – 15

Lincoln                                    0  0 – 0

Scoring

West Virginia Wesleyan – Haelly Ramirez (Shannon Shawgo assist), 11th minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Kayla Fay (unassisted goal), 13th minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Shawgo (Chrystal Posada assist), 23rd minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Audrey Barber (unassisted), 26th minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Ramirez (Carolyn Saulle assist), 27th minute

West Virginia Wesleyan – Saulle (Makatylyn Tucker assist) 30th minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Allison Crecelius (unassisted), 40th minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Hannah Schoolcraft (unassisted), 48th minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Shawgo (Schoolcraft assist), 49th minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Schoolcraft (Shawgo assist), 50th minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Posada (unassisted), 53rd minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Madison LaPole (unassisted), 73rd minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Shawgo (Macy Davis assist), 77th minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Davis (unassisted), 89th minute.

West Virginia Wesleyan – Posada (penalty kick), 89th minute.

Shots-on-goal – West Virginia Wesleyan 35; Lincoln 4.

Corner kicks – West Virginia Wesleyan 7; Lincoln 0.

Fouls – West Virginia Wesleyan 7; Lincoln 9.

Saves – West Virginia Wesleyan: Chelsea Hubner 3; Bailey Heubi 1; Lincoln: Lena Rodriguez 20.

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