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Women's Soccer Falls in NCAA Tournament
Courtesy: Maryland Athletics
Release: 06/21/1999

November 15, 1998

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - Seniors Mary Totman and Avery Willis scored one goal each to lead the College of William & Mary past Maryland, 2-0, in the second round of the NCAA Women's soccer tournament at Christopher Newport University here today. William & Mary advances to play No. 1 ranked North Carolina Friday night while Maryland's season comes to a close.

Maryland's final record for the season is 11-11-1. William & Mary improves to 17-2-2. Maryland has played in each of the last four NCAA Tournaments and has won at least 10 games in each of the last four years.

Totman scored the first goal of the game at the 42:33 mark of the first half. She launched a shot from 15 yards out that eluded Maryland goalkeeper Ali Wolff and ripped into the upper right hand corner of the net. The score broke a scoreless first half tie which saw both teams fight for field possession.

Willis scored the insurance goal for the Tribe with a 12-yard shot off of a deflected corner kick.

Junior goalkeeper Michelle Horbaly recorded seven saves for her 12th shutout of the season. Wolff made seven saves for the Terps.

Maryland           0   0   -   0   (record now 11-11-1)
William & Mary     1   1   -   2   (record now 17-2-2)

GOALS:
Maryland - None.
William & Mary - Mary Totman (assist Kara Cristaldi), 42:33; Avery Willis (unassisted), 55:14.
SHOTS
: Maryland, 12, William & Mary, 16.
CORNER KICKS: Maryland, 4, William & Mary, 7.
FOULS: Maryland, 9, William & Mary, 2.
SAVES:
Maryland (Ali Wolff, 7 saves, 2 goals allowed, 90 minutes played);
William & Mary (Michelle Horbaly, 8 saves, 0 goals allowed, 90 minutes played).



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