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Woozley nets two in 4-1 win over Bridgewater

302sports 127 Sep 9


         (Woozley L, Eriksen R, Salisbury)

ST. MARY'S CITY, Md
.- The Salisbury University men's soccer team finished their undefeated run at the Seahawk Classic with a 4-1 victory over the Bridgewater Eagles on Sunday. 

THE RUNDOWN:

Final Score: Salisbury 4, Bridgewater 1 

Records: Salisbury (4-1) | Bridgewater (1-4) 

Location: Jamie L. Roberts Stadium- St. Mary's City, Md.  

HOW IT HAPPENED:

  • Salisbury got the scoring started when Dolph Hegewisch found Josh Woozley (Middletown) in the 23rd minute mark for the Sea Gulls first goal of the day. 

  • The Sea Gulls added their second goal of the game in the 30th minute from Trent Hofmeister

  • Hegewisch would find Woozley again only a minute after the Hofmeister goal to extend Salisbury's lead to 3-0 in the first half.  

  • Kevin Eriksen (Charter) would get in on the scoring for the Sea Gulls in the 78th minute after an assist from Ryan Spadin. 

  • Bridgewater cut the Salisbury lead to 4-1 in the 83rd minute after an unassisted goal by Sam Beckman 

GAME NOTES:

  • Salisbury outshot Bridgewater, 22-9. 

  • Salisbury also held the advantage in corner kicks, 8-3.  

  • Ryan Miller got the start the goal and played the first half for the Sea Gulls while Sam Roy and Ashton Carey split the second half.  

BEYOND THE BOX SCORE: 

  • Dolph Hegewisch continued his points streak to four games with two assists against Bridgewater.  

  • Josh Woozley collected the first multi-goal game of his career and pushed his season total to three. 

  • Sam Roy would see action in the second half and record the first save of his senior campaign. 

  • Ashton Carey would also take the field for the first time in his Salisbury career. 

UP NEXT: 

  • Salisbury will be back in action Sat. Sept. 14 when they return to SU Soccer Complex to host the Virginia Wesleyan Marlins. 

  • The game is scheduled for a 2 p.m. start. 

  • Live stats and video will be available.