MOBILE, Al. - In the last road trip of the regular season, West Georgia put together a strong performance all-around as they beat GSC opponent Spring Hill College 4-0.
The Wolves has another dominant performance on the attacking half as they tallied 26 shots compared to only 11 from the Badgers. Freshman forward Cole Robertson got the Wolves on the board first as was the first to react to a shot off the post, beating the defender to the ball and putting in the ball from inside the box. The goal for Robertson was her first as a Wolf.
Junior midfielder Juila Atenza picked up where she left off on Sunday as she once again led the Wolves in shots, scoring her fifth goal of the season. Atenza’s goal came in the 19 minute as she scored a penalty kick. The goal for Atenza put her tied for 11th all-time for West Georgia in career goals.
Junior midfielder Katie Mitchell kept the momentum going for the Wolves in the second half as she scored the third goal of the match for the Wolves. Mitchell and Francessca Ellis worked a give-and-go on the top of the box which found Mitchell one-on-one against the Badgers keeper as she calmly placed her shot past the keeper.
Senior forward Kelly Geary scored the fourth goal of the match for the Wolves. The goal came in the 90 minute of the match as she put the ball in the back of the net from five yards out. The goal for Geary gave her goals in back-to-back games for the first time this season.
The Wolves defense finally got the clean sheet they were looking for since the match against Delta State on October 8. Keeper Jackie Donaldson had three saves in the match. Donaldson was only called into action a few times during the match due to a stellar performance from the Wolves defense.
West Georgia improves to 8-7 overall and 7-6 in GSC play.
The Wolves will play their final match of the regular season on Thursday October 26, at 1:00 p.m. against the North Alabama Lions.