MOBILE, Ala. – Sophomore Sadie Prince scored a hat trick, and a four-game losing streak came to a screeching halt on Friday night at the West Georgia Wolves soccer team knocked off Spring Hill 5-0 in a rain-shortened affair in Mobile, Alabama.
How It Happened
- Ally Smithwick got the Wolves on the board, and she did it early as her second minute goal gave the Wolves the 1-0 lead.
- Madison Cobb made it 2-0 as she recorded a goal for the second consecutive game, netting a goal in the 22nd minute as Abby McGlamery recorded her first career assist.
- Just before the end of the half, and after a short lightning delay, Sadie Prince scored the first of her three goals in the 40th minute, beating the keeper one on one from 12 yards out.
- The next UWG goal also came from Sadie Prince as she knocked one in the back of the net from the 65th minute.
- A minute later, the sophomore Prince netted her third of the game and shortly after the game was called after the time for an official result was met.
Beyond the Box Score
- Prince now has six goals on the season which continues to lead the team, and her hat trick is the first since Jazmine Santiago recorded a hat trick against Union on October 21, 2018. Prince now has eight goals in her career.
- For Ally Smithwick, it was the first career goal for the junior defender.
- Junior Madison Cobb now has six career goals and three on the year. She currently ranks second the team in goals behind Prince, and also moves into second in points on the season.
- The Wolves snap the four-game skid and move to 5-7-1 overall and 3-5 in Gulf South Conference play.
- Spring Hill remains winless in the GSC, sitting at 1-12 overall and 0-9 in league play.
- West Georgia travels over to Pensacola for a Sunday afternoon contest with West Florida. Kickoff for that game is set for 1:30 p.m.