BC Comes Up Short to NewberryMarch 22, 2014
NEWBERRY, S.C.- The Brevard College ( 0-7, 0-3 SAC) lady Tornados couldn’t keep up with the Newberry Wolves (3-7, 2-1 SAC) while losing 20-3 in the program’s third conference game on March 22 at Setzler Field.
After Brevard let in six quick goals at the start of the first half, Emily Medvedeff netted a goal after receiving the ball from Julia Gasston’s draw control at the 24:15 minute mark.
Newberry put in two more goals before the Tornados could answer back at 17:54. MacKenzie Williams attempted a shot on goal hitting the pipe then Julia Gasston quickly received the deflection to add another goal for Brevard.
The Wolves were led by Victoria Thomas after tallying up four goals while five other teammates ended with two each.
Melissa Harris stepped in goal for the Tornados as she faced 47 total shots. She ended the game with 20 saves.
Brevard’s Julia Gasston scored her second goal of the game, the team’s third, at 22:07 in the second half after picking up another deflecting shot in front of the crease.
The Tornados will travel to Byerly Park to play Coker College on March 29 for another South Atlantic Conference game.