JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Sept. 28, 2014) - Following a setback in the the team's conference opener, ETSU Women's Soccer and its nationally-ranked scoring offense got back on track Sunday, defeating Wofford, 3-0, in Southern Conference play.
Junior Hannah Short (Bristol, England) scored her 16th goal of the season in the 21st minute off an assist from Molly Collinson (Cramlington, England) to give the Buccaneers (9-3, 1-1) a 1-0 lead.
Short leads the nation in goals (16) and points (38).
ETSU carried the 1-0 lead into intermission before adding a pair of second-half goals to seal the victory over the Terriers (3-6, 0-2).
Junior midfielder Sarah Zadrazil (St. Gilgen, Austria) extended ETSU's lead to 2-0, scoring a 70th-minute goal off an assist from Short, her third goal of the season.
In four games since rejoining the Bucs Sept. 19 after competing with the Austria National Team in the UEFA Women's World Cup Qualifiers, Zadrazil has recorded a goal and two assists.
Senior Kristi Davis (Edmond, Okla.) cemented the win with an 81st-minute score, her fourth goal of the year. Davis' goal was assisted by Jasmin Dutton (Kinmel Bay, Wales) and Simona Koren (Graz, Austria).
Dutton leads the nation with 12 assists.
Sophomore goalkeeper Jasmine Elliott (Preston, England) recorded three saves en route to earning the clean sheet, her third clean sheet of the season.
The match concluded a four-game home stand for the Bucs, who will begin a four-match road swing Friday, Oct. 3 at Samford.
ETSU will visit Samford, Chattanooga, Mercer, and the Citadel before returning to Summers-Taylor Stadium Friday, Oct. 17 for Senior Night versus VMI.
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Goalkeeper Jasmine Elliott and midfielder Sarah Zadrazil
Head Coach Adam Sayers
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