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Ferrum Women Rout Hollins

Brianna Honse gets ready to score one of her two goals in today's ODAC win.
Brianna Honse gets ready to score one of her two goals in today's ODAC win.

 

FERRUM, Va. -- Ferrum College posted an Old Dominion Athletic Conference women's soccer shutout win this afternoon at home, beating Hollin University 8-0 at W.B. Adams Stadium.

RECORDS
Ferrum (8-1-1, 4-1 ODAC)
Hollins (2-10-1, 1-5 ODAC)

THE BASICS
Ferrum led early on a goal by Brianna Honse at 6:31 off a pass from Jenna Janicki. Kayla Lentini then gave Ferrum a 2-0 halftime lead when she found the pack of the net off an Ysabella Bettylyon pass at the 36:50 mark.

Things quickly spiralled downward for Hollins in the second half as the Panthers continued to fire away at goalkeeper Madisen Charles. Ferrum scored a pair of goals in the 48th minute of play, Danielle Coulter unassisted and Frances Best off a pass from Coulter. Honse, Abigale Light, MJ Germeroth and Ayanna Virgin each scored a goal down the stretch.

KEY STATS
Ferrum: Honse 2 goals; Coulter goal, asst; Light goal, asst; GK Taylor Dodon 90 min, 0 saves
Hollins: Charles 90 min, 12 saves

BEHIND THE WHISTLE
"Our goal is to always play to our standard. So it's not really about the competition. It's about playing as well as we're capable of playing and doing so on a consistent basis. I think the team played well today, and I'm proud of them. After any game there's a mental, emotional, and physical recovery period. I think it usually takes a good 48 hours to get back up to speed. However, this weekend we don't have that luxury. We need to be able to handle the short turnaround and come ready to go tomorrow. I think it's good preparation for the postseason, and I think the program is up to the task." -- Head Coach James Lofton

NEXT GAME
Lofton's team will host Shenandoah University, Saturday, Oct. 13. The ODAC game gets underway at 4:00 p.m. This is a make-up game from whem the two teams met on Sept. 22 in Ferrum and the contest was postponed after 36 minutes of play. The game was not able to be restarted within the NCAA three-hour window and was eventually canceled following multiple lightning delays.