JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (Sept. 25, 2022) – Following a weather delay that lasted nearly two and a half hours, the ETSU women’s soccer team was unable to find the back of the net as the Buccaneers were blanked by Wofford, 1-0, on Sunday afternoon at Summers-Taylor Stadium.
Hosting their third consecutive home game, the Bucs dipped to a 2-5-2 overall and 0-2 in the Southern Conference.
- 49’ – Mia Bookhard scored for the Terriers, assisted by Megan Childress.
- In the first half, the Bucs recorded four total shots, forcing three saves by the Wofford goalkeeper Caroline Doss.
- The first came from a shot by Madi Hook (Fareham, England) in the fifth minute of the contest. A minute later, Emma Arnold (Bristol, Tenn.) forced another save.
- ETSU goalkeeper Shu Ohba (Fujisawa, Japan) stopped two of Wofford’s shots that were on goal.
- In the first minutes of the second half, Bookhard scored for Wofford off a ball that was assisted by Childress in the 49th
- Fighting for a goal, the Bucs recorded five shots in the game’s final 18 minutes.
- Of those five shots, Lindsey Cook (Greeneville, Tenn.) forced a save in the 80th A few moments later, Selena Wimbish (Chula Vista, Calif.) tested the Wofford keeper yet again.
- The final Buccaneer opportunity came in the 88th minute of the contest, on a shot by Sydney Somogyi (Germantown, Tenn.), which strayed off target.
- The Bucs recorded six shots on target, to Wofford’s four.
- Sophomore Nele Bauer (Bammental, Germany) led the Bucs in total shots with two and shots on target with two.
- With the win, Wofford improved to 6-4-1 overall and 1-1 in the SoCon.
The Bucs travel to Macon, Ga. to faceoff against Mercer on Friday, with kickoff set for 7 p.m.