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Women's Soccer Falls to William and Mary

Two second-half goals put Tribe ahead.

October 17, 1998

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Freshman forward Avery Willis and junior defender Kristin Ryan each scored second half goals to lead No. 15 William & Mary to a 2-0 victory over No. 14 Maryland at Ludwig Field here this evening.

Maryland's record is now 8-5-1 while William & Mary improves to 10-1-1.

Willis scored what proved to be the game-winning goal with only 52:22 elapsed in the game. Senior forward Mary Trotman was credited with an assist on the play. Ryan added an insurance goal with 5:41 remaining; it was an unassisted score.

Junior goalkeeper Michelle Horbaly recorded three saves in gaining the victory. The Tribe outshot the Terps, 14-4.

Maryland plays host to Florida State in an Atlantic Coach Conference battle Sunday at 2 p.m.

William & Mary  0   2   -   2   (record now 10-1-1)
Maryland        0   0   -   0   (record now 8-5-1)
GOALS:
William & Mary - Avery Willis (assist Mary Trotman), 52:22; Kristin Ryan (unassisted), 84:19.
Maryland - None.

CORNER KICKS: William & Mary, 3. Maryland, 1.
FOULS: William & Mary, 1. Maryland, 7.
SAVES: William & Mary (Michelle Horbaly, 1 save, 0 goals allowed, 90 minutes played). Maryland (Ali Wolff, 6 saves, 2 goals allowed, 90 minutes played).



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