Bethel comes up short against Holy Cross
MISHAWAKA, Ind. — Bethel women’s soccer lost its season-opening match 2-1 to crosstown rival Holy Cross in front of a near sellout crowd at Morey Field on Wednesday evening.
Samantha Vaughn netted an equalizer for the Pilots in the 55th minute after the visitors had taken a 1-0 lead into halftime.
The Saints would score the game-winner with just over five minutes remaining in regulation to secure the victory.
“Great effort tonight at home in front of a great crowd,” said Bethel Coach Jason Freeman. “We were one or two close chances from having a different result. Tonight was a great start to the 2021 season. [I am] proud of how hard the team worked tonight. I’m excited to see this group push each other and grow together.”
The Pilots host University of Michigan-Dearborn at 2 p.m. at Morey Field Saturday.
- Records: Bethel (0-1-0), Holy Cross (1-0-0)
HC – Audrey Filippo 38th minute (Lauren Cernak assist)
BU – Samantha Vaughn 55th minute
HC – Nicole Cook 85th minute (Kathleen Ming assist)
Inside The Boxscore
- The Pilots outshot the Saints on goal 7-6 and won the battle of corner kicks 5-3.
- The Pilots had a goal called off in the first half for an offsides call.
- Corryn Berlin made four saves in her collegiate debut.
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