SEWANEE, Tenn. – Newberry College Wolves (3-13 overall) came up short in field hockey against Sewanee (11-5 overall) at Puett Field in Sewanne by a score of 2-1.
Each team both scored their goals in the second half. Sewanee jumped out to an early 2-0 in the first 19 minutes in the second half with goals by Virginia Barry at the 38:24 minute mark while Kat Mulligan scored the second goal 10 minutes later at the 48:50 minute mark.
Newberry scored their goal late in the second half with a goal from Caitlyn Warren as she grabbed a pass from Meghan Smiga. The Wolves tried to get another shot on goal but Sewanee defensive stepped up and won the game 2-1.
The Wolves took nine shots, five on goal while attempting six penalty corners. Sewanee took 12 shots and seven on goal while taking four penalty corners.
This release provided by Newberry College.