Sept. 9, 2001
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Senior captain Ali Wolff (Richmond, Va.) made one save to record her third shutout of the season and set the Maryland career shutouts record with 14.5 as the No. 14 Terps (3-1) stopped East Carolina, 1-0 on Sunday afternoon.
Wolff, who has a 0.25 goals against average this season, passed Riki-Ann Serrins, whom she had been tied with atop the career shutout list at 13.5.
The game also marked the return of sophomore Jen Biscoe (Baltimore, Md.) who made her 2001 season debut after undergoing two surgeries to repair a torn ACL in her right knee. Biscoe played 18 minutes in her first college action in exactly a year after suffering the original tear on Sept. 9, 2000 at Richmond.
The Terps dominated one the offensive side of the ball all day as they outshot the Pirates (1-3), 24-4.
East Carolina freshman goalkeeper Lauren Wolff made 10 saves.
The Terps travel to Colorado to face the Buffaloes this Friday in Boulder at 6 p.m. (ET)
East Carolina 0 0 -- 0
No. 14 Maryland 1 0 -- 1
Goals: East Carolina - none. Maryland - Sara Gustafson (Lindsay Givens) 18:31.
Goalies: East Carolina - Lauren Wolff (90 minutes, 1 GA, 10 saves). Maryland - Ali Wolff (90 minutes, 0 GA, 1 save).
Team Stats: East Carolina - Shots: 1-3=4, Corner Kicks 0-0=0, Saves 3-7=10, Fouls: 7-1=8. Maryland - Shots: 10-14=24, Corner Kicks: 1-7=8, Saves 0-1=1, Fouls 6-2=8.