New York University registered a 10-3 win over CSI in women’s soccer on Tuesday afternoon at the CSI Soccer Complex. The Dolphins drop to a 5-3 record while the Bobcats extend to a 6-2 record.
The Dolphins got on board first as Demi-Jean Martorano found the foot of Samantha Wysokowski who dribbled in one-and-one past the defender to score just 2:46 into the game. The Bobcats wasted no time retaliating as Melissa Menta kicked a goal in to tie the score just 14 seconds later.
In the 24th minute, the Bobcats pushed for the lead as Amelia Hammerl kicked a goal right past CSI’s goalie Victoria Donegan off of an assist by Erin Ahmed.
In the 19th minute, a red card was given to CSI’s Nicole Molinell in the penalty box leading to a penalty kick by NYU’s Erin Ahmed. Ahmed scored to extend the lead for NYU, 3-1.
Claire Shanahan had a strong cross pass to Imani Ribadeneyra to tally another goal for the Bobcats at 26:41 for a score of 4-1. Wysokowski closed the gap to 4-2 scoring another goal for the Dolphins with a powerful kick down the middle.
Closing out the first half, a corner kick by Sophia Barnhart found the head of Natalie Beach to put the score at 5-2.
Starting the second half, Cami Crawford of NYU knocked in a one-on-one goal right through the legs of CSI’s goalie. Just four minutes later, Wysokowski scored a hat trick off of an assist by Melissa Gelardi to put the score at 6-3.
At the 68th minute, Ahmed scored NYU’s 7th goal of the game with an assist by Crawford. Five minutes later, Crawford scored on a one-on-one play to extend the score to 8-3. Claire Shanahan and Menta added the 9th and 10th goals for NYU.
The Dolphins will be back in action on Saturday, September 29 as they host Medgar Evers in a 12 noon match.