|Washington Adventist (2-5-0)||0||0||0|
|1||5:06||Aleya Cummings (Wesley)|
|1||29:20||Aleya Cummings (Wesley)|
|1||30:36||Janiah Moore (Wesley)|
|2||47:08||Aleya Cummings (Wesley)|
|Washington Adventist||Indv. Leaders||Wesley|
|None||Goals||#3 Aleya Cummings - 3|
|None||Assists||2 Players (#2,#16) - 1|
|#10 Cristina Reyes - 2||Shots||#3 Aleya Cummings - 7|
|#1 Laura Perez - 13||Saves||#1 Amanda Deputy - 3|
|Washington Adventist||Team Statistics||Wesley|
|6 (4)||Shots (on goal)||20 (17)|
Charlotte, NC- The Washington Adventist University women's soccer team was defeated by Johnson & Wales University Saturday night by a final score of 4-1. The Wildcats held the advantage for the contest in shots 19-9.
In the first half, the Wildcats struck first taking the early lead 1-0. In the 27th minute Jhenifer Portillo blasted a goal over the keepers head from the top right of the penalty box to tie the game at 1-1. Both teams battled defensively for most of the period. The Shock collapsed just before halftime as the Wildcats netted two goals to regain the lead 3-1. The Shock never recovered as the Wildcats went on to secure the win 4-1.
The Shock will have time off before their next match. The Shock will return to action Oct. 2 when they host Trinity Washington University at 6 p.m.