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September 15, 2018

JHU Scored Program-Best 12 Goals in Shutout Victory over Bryn Mawr

The Basics 
• Score: #8 Johns Hopkins - 12, Bryn Mawr - 0
• Records: JHU (5-1-0, 1-0 CC) • Bryn Mawr (1-3-1, 0-1 CC)
• Location: Bryn Mawr, PA (Applebee Field)
• The Short Story: It was a historic day on the pitch for the eighth-ranked Johns Hopkins women's soccer team as the Blue Jays offense exploded for 12 goals as JHU shutout Bryn Mawr on Saturday afternoon.

How it Happened
Riley O'Toole got the scoring started early as she scored 15 seconds into the game as she took a shot from the left side of the field and put the ball into the right side of the net. O'Toole scored her second goal of the game at 8:36 as she took a long pass from Kayla Blair and took another shot from the left side of the field and put the ball past Owls' goalkeeper, Carlie Hansen for the 2-0 lead.
Carly Lupton-Smith sent a cross from the right side of the field to the center of the box where Emily Maheras put a header in the back of the net for her first goal of the season to give JHU a 3-0 lead at 12:20.
• Back-to-back goals from Michelle Santangelo gave Johns Hopkins a 5-0 advantage. Santangelo's first goal came off a corner kick as she put the Lupton-Smith pass into the right corner at 19:41. Goal two came off a pass from Kristen Hori from the far right side of the field into the center where Santangelo was waiting and converted the goal at 38:12.
Rachel Jackson took a rebound off a save and headed the ball in for the goal at 39:46 and Hori scored her first goal of the year at 44:51 off a pass from Alexandra Damron who found the waiting Hori waiting on the left side of the box. The first half ended with Johns Hopkins leading 7-0.
Paige Ackman assisted on the first two Blue Jay goals of the second half as she set up Mizuho Obayashi for the goal at 47:52 and Maggie Coulson for a goal at 54:46 to give the Blue Jays a 9-0 advantage. Coulson then set Obayashi up for her second goal of the game at 56:49 as Coulson found Obayashi who lifted the shot over the head of the goalkeeper to put JHU up ten.
Arianna Konstantopoulos took advantage of a Bryn Mawr turnover in the box as she got control of the ball and put the shot inside the left post for the goal at 68:49 to put Johns Hopkins up 11-0.
Samantha Hoffman wrapped up the scoring with her goal at 86:51 as she took the Ava Scatoni pass and found the back of the net as Hopkins claimed the 12-0 win.

What it Means
• JHU improves to 24-1 all-time against the Owls as Hopkins has won the last 24 meetings.
• The Blue have not allowed a goal to Bryn Mawr since 2013.
• The 12 goals are the most in a game for JHU. The previous high was nine which the Blue Jays accomplished on five different occasions.
• Hopkins scored seven first-half goals, which tied the record for most goals scored in a half. The last time JHU scored seven goals in a half was on October 4, 2006, when Johns Hopkins scored seven times in the first half against Washington College.  

Inside the Box Score
• Obayashi, Hoffman and Konstantopoulos' goals were all the first in their collegiate careers while Blair and Scatoni notched her first collegiate point.
• JHU took 37 shots in the game with 22 on net. The Hopkins defense did not allow a shot from the Owls.
• The Blue Jays held a 7-0 advantage in corner kicks in the match.
Caitlin Hendricks earned her third victory in net.

Up Next
• Hopkins returns to the pitch on Wednesday, September 19 as the team heads to York to take on the Spartans. The game is scheduled to begin at 7 pm.

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