WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Sophomore Jocelyn Moyer (Tower City) scored the game winner in the 65th minute to help lead the Pennsylvania College of Technology women's soccer team to a 3-1 win over Washington Adventist University. Moyer's goal came off a cross from freshman Kaileen Delaney (Lancaster) in what proved to be a heavily contested game. The win lifts the Wildcats to 4-1 overall.
Both teams were scoreless in the first half as Penn College dominated the play outshooting the Shock 12-3. Keeper Taylor Noel recorded seven saves to keep Washington Adventist in it.
Delaney got the Wildcats on the board in the 63rd when she took a deflection off of Noel. After Moyer made it 2-0 just two minutes later, Washington Adventist's Dannielle Panuccio capitalized on a foul right outside the 18 netting the ball in the corner of the goal.
Fouls were prevalent in the physical game with the teams totaling 25.
Freshman Madilyn Walters (Lewistown) shut down any hopes of a comeback for the Shock getting a deflection off the post in the 83rd.
Freshman keeper Reda Vermilya (Turbotville) recorded the win with six saves.
Next up, the Wildcats host Lycoming College for the Battle for the Lumber on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 6 p.m.