W&L WOMEN’S SOCCER KNOCKED OUT OF NCAA TOURNAMENT BY VA WESLEYAN (11/19)

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- The 24th-ranked Washington and Lee women’s soccer team saw its season come to a close in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division III Tournament on Sunday evening. The Generals played 19th-ranked Virginia Wesleyan to a scoreless draw in the quarterfinal match, but the Marlins advanced to the Final Four on penalty kicks, 4-3.

Both teams had several solid scoring opportunities throughout the contest, but could not find the net. W&L’s best scoring chance came late in the second half when sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) one-timed a shot from 10 yards out that sailed over the goal.

Virginia Wesleyan (18-3-3) also produced a flurry during the second half where it took four-consecutive corner kicks, but sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) turned back three shots on spectacular saves to keep the game scoreless.

In the penalty kick session, VWC goalkeeper Lindsey Williams turned back two shots, including the final W&L shot, allowing the Marlins to advance on the final kick which was sent to the back of the net by Ally Hodgkins.

Virginia Wesleyan held a 10-9 edge in shots and a 5-0 advantage in corner kicks. Moreo turned back five shots for the Generals, while Williams notched five saves for Virginia Wesleyan.

Washington and Lee ends its season with a 19-1-3 overall record, setting a new school record for victories and allowing a program-low three goals all season.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - None
VWC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - None
VWC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 110:00, 0 GA, 5 Saves
Lindsey Williams (VWC) - 110:00, 0 GA, 5 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 9 shots, 0 corners, 6 saves, 7 fouls
VWC - 10 shots, 5 corners, 5 saves, 6 fouls


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER DEFEATS WASHINGTON U IN NCAA'S, 2-1 (11/18)

Story courtesy of Washington University

NORFOLK, Va. -- The 24th-ranked Washington and Lee women’s soccer team advanced to the NCAA Elite Eight for the first time in program history with a 2-1 victory over sixth-ranked Washington University on Saturday evening at Virginia Wesleyan College.

With the win, the Generals (19-1-2) advance to the sectional final where they will face host Virginia Wesleyan on Sunday at 6:00 pm.

W&L took a 1-0 lead in the 31st minute when junior forward Martha Caulkins (Lynchburg, Va./E.C. Glass) drove down the far sideline and fired a shot into the box that Washington junior goalkeeper Carrie Sear knocked down. However, sophomore forward Erica Giordano (Cranford, N.J./Mount Saint Mary Academy) was able to knock in the rebound for her fifth goal of the season.

The goal scored against the Bears (17-3) was the first in eight games, and snapped a scoreless streak of 663:52 minutes. It also marked just the second goal of the season Washington U. has allowed in the first half.

W&L moved ahead 2-0 just seven minutes into the second half. Senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) slipped through the Bears’ defense along the sideline and sent a pass to Caulkins, who one-timed it into the back of the net for her 11th tally of the season.

Washington U. sophomore Caitlin Malone trimmed the lead to 2-1 at the 68:45 mark when she took a pass from O’Keefe and buried it in the far corner of the goal for just the third goal allowed by W&L all season.

Washington held a 12-7 advantage in shots and both teams were awarded two corner kicks. Sophomore Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) posted four saves in goal for the Generals, while Sear made three stops for the Bears.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Martha Caulkins (1), Erica Giordano (1)
WU - Caitlin Malone (1)

ASSISTS
W&L - Anne Wiltshire (1)
WU - Kim O'Keefe (1)

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 1 GA, 4 Saves
Carrie Sear (WU) - 90:00, 2 GA, 3 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 7 shots, 2 corners, 4 saves, 3 fouls
WU - 12 shots, 2 corners, 3 saves, 9 fouls


W&L DEFEATS MARYVILLE 1-0 TO ADVANCE TO SWEET 16 (11/12)

MARYVILLE, Tenn. -- The 24th-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team set a program record for wins in a season (18-1-2 overall) and advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament for the second time in program history with a 1-0 victory over Maryville College on Sunday evening.

After the teams played a scoreless first 45 minutes, W&L found the net just 43 seconds into the second half when junior forward Martha Caulkins (Lynchburg, Va./E.C. Glass) scored off an assist from senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate).

The single tally would be all the scoring W&L would need as the defense surrendered just one shot en route to the Generals' 19th shutout of the season. Sophomore Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) played all 90 minutes in goal and did not face a shot.

Junior goalkeeper Lindsay York played all 90 minutes for the Fighting Scots (16-5), making 14 saves.

Washington and Lee will face Washington University of St. Louis (17-2) in the sectionals on either Friday or Saturday at a site to be determined.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L -Martha Caulkins (1)
MC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Anne Wiltshire (1)
MC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 0 Saves
Lindsay York (MC) - 90:00, 1 GA, 14 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 20 shots, 5 corners, 0 saves, 3 fouls
MC - 1 shot, 3 corners, 14 saves, 3 fouls


W&L DOWNS MEREDITH IN NCAA FIRST ROUND, 6-0 (11/11)

MARYVILLE, Tenn. -- Sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) recorded a hat trick in leading the 24th-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team to a 6-0 victory over Meredith College in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at Maryville College.

With her three goals, Van Devender broke the W&L season record for points (57) and tied the W&L record for goals in a season (23).

Van Devender started the scoring in the 28th minute when she scored unassisted. The score remained 1-0 until the second half, when Van Devender scored two goals in a four-minute span for a 3-0 advantage.

W&L upped its lead to 4-0 on a goal by senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) off an assist from senior forward Sarah Helms (Charlotte, N.C./Myers Park) at the 68:57 mark and extended to a 5-0 lead on a goal by junior forward Shana Oltmans (Albuquerque, N.M./Valley) off a feed from sophomore midfielder Kate Corr (Shrewsbury, N.J./Red Bank Regional) at the 74:26 mark.

Sophomore defender Marissa Van Brunt (Sayville, N.Y./Sayville) capped the scoring in the final minutes as she buried a free kick from nearly 30 yards out.

Sophomore Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) and senior Emily Binns (Midlothian, Va./Midlothian) both played in goal for the Generals, combining to produce W&L's 18th shutout of the season.

With the win, W&L tied the program record for victories set during the 2002 season. The Generals are now 17-1-2 overall and will face Maryville College in a second round match on Sunday at 6:00 pm.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L -Anne Van Devender (3), Marissa Van Brunt (1), Shana Oltmans (1), Anne Wiltshire (1)
MC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Kate Corr (1), Sarah Helms (1)
MC - None


VIRGINIA WESLEYAN KNOCKS OFF W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER IN ODAC SEMIFINALS, 1-0 (11/1)

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Junior midfielder Laura Jackson (Elkton, Md./North East) scored the lone goal of the game as 24th-ranked Virginia Wesleyan upset the 15th-ranked Washington and Lee women soccer team in the semifinals of the 2006 ODAC Tournament, 1-0, on Wednesday afternoon in Lexington, Va.

Jackson's tally came early in the first half when she found the back of the net off a cross from freshman forward Jerilyn Idler (Bridgeville, Del./Woodbridge) in the 11th minute. The Marlins held on for the duration of regulation to give the Generals their first loss of the season.

Sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) made one save for W&L as she allowed just her second goal of the season, while junior Lindsey Williams (Princeton, N.J./W. Windsor-Plainsboro South) stopped five shots between the pipes for VWC.

With the win, the Marlins (15-3-2) advance to the 2006 ODAC Championship match and will take on Guilford on Saturday at 1:30 pm in Greensboro, N.C. The Generals fall to 16-1-2 overall and will find out on Sunday evening if they received an at-large bid to the 2006 NCAA Tournament.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L -None
VWC - Laura Jackson

ASSISTS
W&L - None
VWC - Jerilyn Idler

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 1 GA, 1 Save
Lindsey Williams (VWC) - 90:00, 0 GA, 5 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 10 shots, 4 corner kicks, 1 save, 17 fouls, Yellow - Maggie Megear
VWC - 0 shots, 2 corner kicks, 5 saves, 14 fouls, Yellow - Jerilyn Idler, Courtney Benitez (2); Red - Courtney Benitez


VAN DEVENDER'S TWO TALLIES LEAD W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER TO 2-0 WIN OVER E&H IN ODAC QUARTERFINALS (10/28)

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) registered two goals as the 16th-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team stretched its unbeaten streak to 18 with a 2-0 win over Emory & Henry in the quarterfinals of the 2006 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Tournament on Saturday afternoon at Watt Field.

With her two scores, Van Devender tied the W&L record for points in a season (Karin Treese, 1997) with 51 points off 20 goals and 11 assists. She scored a goal in each half, first finding the back of the net off a feed from junior forward Martha Caulkins (Lynchburg, Va./E.C. Glass) in the fifth minute. Van Devender then notched her second tally unassisted at 55:50 for the 2-0 final.

Sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) played the duration for W&L in goal, picking up her 14th shutout. Junior Meredith Ledford (Chattanooga, Tenn./Chattanooga Christian) and freshman Megan Smith (Pittsburgh, Pa./Seneca Valley) split time in goal for the Wasps (9-10), combining to make 10 saves.

The Generals improved to 16-0-2 on the season with the win and advanced to the semifinals of the 2006 ODAC Tournament. They will face the winner of the Roanoke vs. Virginia Wesleyan on Wednesday at Watt Field. The game time has yet to be determined

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L -Anne Van Devender (2)
E&H - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Martha Caulkins
E&H - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 0 Saves
Meredith Ledford (E&H) - 45:00, 1 GA, 4 Saves
Megan Smith (E&H) - 45:00, 1 GA, 5 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 24 shots, 6 corner kicks, 0 saves, 5 fouls, No Cards
E&H - 0 shots, 0 corner kicks, 10 saves, 4 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER ENDS REGULAR-SEASON WITH 2-0 WIN OVER EMU (10/24)

LEXINGTON, Va. -- The 16th-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team extended its unbeaten streak to 17 by clinching the top-seed and home-field advantage in the ODAC Tournament with a 2-0 win over Eastern Mennonite on Tuesday afternoon at Watt Field.

Sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) gave the Generals an early 1-0 lead when she notched an unassisted tally in the 12th minute. W&L upped its lead in the second half as senior forward Sarah Helms (Charlotte, N.C./Myers Park) scored off a feed from Van Devender at 77:53.

The Generals, who maintained an unbeaten 9-0-2 record in conference play, improved to 15-0-2 overall on the season. The Royals fell to 12-4 overall and 9-2 in the ODAC.

Sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) made one save for W&L, while senior goalkeeper Joy Shaiebly (Lancaster, Pa./Lancaster Mennonite) registered five saves for EMU.

With the win, the Generals secured the top-seed in the ODAC Tournament and will host eighth-seeded Emory & Henry on Saturday at Watt Field. The game time is yet to be determined.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L -Anne Van Devender, Sarah Helms
EMU - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Anne Van Devender
EMU - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Joy Shaiebly (EMU) - 90:00, 2 GA, 5 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 22 shots, 4 corner kicks, 1 save, 5 fouls, No Cards
EMU - 4 shots, 4 corner kicks, 5 saves, 5 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER DOWNS ROANOKE, 2-1 (10/21)

LEXINGTON, Va. -- The 17th-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team stretched its unbeaten streak to 16 with a 2-1 win over Roanoke on Saturday morning at Watt Field.

The Maroons opened the scoring in the 25th minute as freshman forward Margaret Houston (Augusta, Ga./Westminster) found the back of the net. Despite allowing their first goal of 2006, the Generals found an equalizer when sophomore forward Erica Giordano (Cranford, N.J./Mount Saint Mary Academy) notched an unassisted tally at 33:51 to send the game to the half knotted at 1-1.

The game remained tied in the second half until senior forward Sarah Helms (Charlotte, N.C./Myers Park) scored the game-winner in the 76th minute.

W&L outshot Roanoke, 23-3, and held a 6-1 advantage in corner kicks. Sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) made one save for the Blue and White, while junior Erin Hanson (Blacksburg, Va./Blacksburg) stopped eight would-be goals for the Maroons (10-5-1, 6-4).

The Generals (14-0-2, 8-0-2) conclude regular-season play on Tuesday when they host Eastern Mennonite at 4pm at Watt Field.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Erica Giordano, Sarah Helms
RC - Margaret Houston

ASSISTS
W&L - None
RC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 1 GA, 1 Save
Erin Hanson (RC) - 90:00, 2 GA, 8 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 23 shots, 6 corner kicks, 1 save, 8 fouls, No Cards
RC - 3 shots, 1 corner kicks, 8 saves, 12 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER SHUTS OUT LYNCHBURG, 1-0 (10/18)

LYNCHBURG, Va. -- The 17th-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team posted its 15th-straight shutout and extended its unbeaten streak to 15 in a row with a 1-0 victory at Lynchburg College on Wednesday afternoon.

The Generals broke a scoreless tie at the 33:43 mark when freshman midfielder Roz Klann (Denver, Colo./George Washington) found the back of the net off an assist from sophomore defender Marissa Van Brunt (Sayville, N.Y./Sayville).

W&L's defense, which has yet to allow a goal this season, held the rest of the way as the Generals improved to 13-0-2 overall and 7-0-2 in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference. Sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) manned the net for all 90 minutes, making five saves.

Ashley Stern played all 90 minutes in goal for the Hornets, posting four stops. The loss dropped Lynchburg to 10-5-1 overall and 6-4 in the ODAC.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Saturday as it hosts Roanoke College for an 11:00 am contest.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Roz Klann
LC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Marissa Van Brunt
LC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 5 Saves
Ashley Stern (LC) - 90:00, 1 GA, 4 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 10 shots, 6 corner kicks, 5 saves, 12 fouls, No Cards
LC - 10 shots, 5 corner kicks, 4 saves, 12 fouls, YC - Kelly Bradley


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER UPS UNBEATEN STREAK TO 14 WITH 2-0 WIN OVER GREENSBORO (10/15)

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The 18th-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team notched its 14th-straight shutout and improved to 12-0-2 with a 2-0 victory over Greensboro on Sunday afternoon.

The match remained score until the 46th minute of play when junior forward Martha Caulkins (Lynchburg, Va./E.C. Glass) registered the game-winner on an unassisted tally. W&L added another score at 71:18 when sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) found the back of the net off an assist from sophomore forward Erica Giordano (Cranford, N.J./Mount Saint Mary Academy).

Sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) made one save, while Kristen McGuire and Shana Saganich combined to stop seven would-be goals for Greensboro (4-8-1).

The Generals, who have not conceded a goal in 2006, will attempt to continue their unbeaten streak on Wednesday when they face ODAC-foe Lynchburg at 4:00 pm at the Faculty Drive Fields.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Martha Caulkins, Anne Van Devender
GC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Erica Giordano
GC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Kristen McGuire (GC) - 79:00, 2 GA, 7 Saves
Shana Saganich (GC) - 11:00, 0 GA, 0 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 14 shots, 9 corner kicks, 1 save, 8 fouls, No Cards
GC - 8 shots, 3 corner kicks, 7 saves, 9 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER SHUTS OUT NORTH CAROLINA WESLEYAN, 4-0 (10/14)

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C. -- Sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) tallied two goals and one assist as the 18th-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team notched its 13-straight shutout, 4-0, over North Carolina Wesleyan in Rocky Mount, N.C.

Senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) scored first for the Generals off an assist from freshman defender Maggie Sutherland (Pittsburgh, Pa./Sewickley Academy) at 4:50 to take a 1-0 lead into the half.

Van Devender opened the scoring in the second half with two goals, before junior midfielder Mary Clair Turner (Lexington, Ky./Sayre School) found the back of the net off an assist from Van Devender in the 65th minute to produce the 4-0 final.

Sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) picked up her eighth win, while Bryanne Godfrey and Sarah Hess combined to make 12 saves for N.C. Wesleyan (4-7-1).

The Generals (11-0-2), who have not allowed a goal all season, look to continue their unbeaten streak on Sunday when they face Greensboro at 1:00 pm.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Anne Van Devender (2), Mary Clair Turner, Anne Wiltshire
NCW - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Anne Van Devender, Maggie Sutherland, Maggie Megear
NCW - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 0 Saves
Bryanne Godfrey (NCW) - 61:00, 3 GA, 8 Saves
Sarah Hess (NCW) - 29:00, 1 GA, 4 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 25 shots, 9 corner kicks, 0 saves, 8 fouls, No Cards
NCW - 3 shots, 1 corner kicks, 12 saves, 4 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER DOWNS SWEET BRIAR, 6-0 (10/10)

AMHERST, Va. -- Sophomore forward Erica Giordano (Cranford, N.J./Mount Saint Mary Academy) notched two goals as the 18th-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team extended its unbeaten streak to 12 games with a 6-0 shutout of Sweet Briar on Tuesday afternoon in Amherst, Va.

The Generals opened the scoring just 49 seconds into the contest when senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) found the back of the net off an assist from sophomore defender Marisa Van Brunt (Sayville, N.Y./Sayville). Senior forward Sarah Helms (Charlotte, N.C./Myers Park) registered a goal off an assist from Wiltshire at 30:08 to give W&L a 2-0 lead at halftime.

The Blue and White scored four unanswered goals in the second half, including two by Giordano, to come away with their 12-straight shutout. W&L was led by Giordano's two goals, while Wiltshire added one goal and one assist.

Senior Emily Binns (Midlothian, Va./Midlothian) played the duration of the contest in the goal for W&L, but did not face any shots. Kristen Johnson made 11 saves for Sweet Briar (2-10, 0-8).

The Generals (10-0-2, 6-0-2) take a break from ODAC play this weekend when they travel to Rocky Mount, N.C., to take on North Carolina Wesleyan on Saturday at 1pm.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Erica Giordano (2), Anne Wiltshire, Sarah Helms, Maggie Megear, Shana Oltmans
SBC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Marisa Van Brunt, Anne Wiltshire, Cara Burton
SBC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Emily Binns (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 0 Saves
Kristen Johnson (SBC) - 90:00, 6 GA, 11 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 37 shots, 4 corner kicks, 0 saves, 3 fouls, No Cards
SBC - 0 shots, 1 corner kicks, 11 saves, 5 fouls, Yellow Card - Bethany Magee


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER SHUTS OUT CATHOLIC, 3-0 (10/8)

LEXINGTON, Va. -- The 18th-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team rode three first-half goals to a 3-0 victory over Catholic University on Sunday afternoon at Watt Field.

The Generals (9-0-2) opened the scoring at 8:38 when freshman midfielder Roz Klann (Denver, Colo./George Washington) one-timed the ball in the goal off an assist from sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall).

Junior forward Martha Caulkins (Lynchburg, Va./E.C. Glass) extended the lead to 2-0 when she scored off another feed from Van Devender in the 30th minute and senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) capped the scoring with an unassisted tally at the 33:13 mark.

The W&L defense held Catholic to just four shots in the contest en route to its 11th-straight shutout. Sophomore Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) played all 90 minutes in goal, recording one save.

Senior Kimberly Stengle (Old Bridge, N.J./Old Bridge) played all 90 minutes in goal for the Cardinals (9-4), posting eight saves.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Tuesday as it travels to Sweet Briar for a 4:00 pm contest.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Martha Caulkins, Roz Klann, Anne Wiltshire
CUA - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Anne Van Devender (2)
CUA - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Kimberly Stengle (CUA) - 90:00, 3 GA, 8 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 16 shots, 7 corner kicks, 1 save, 9 fouls, No Cards
CUA - 4 shots, 0 corner kicks, 8 saves, 10 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER TIES GUILFORD, 0-0 (10/4)

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Guilford senior goalkeeper Veronica Zych (Champaign, Ill./University Lab School) posted 16 saves, including several from point-blank range in overtime, as the Quakers tied Washington and Lee, 0-0, in double overtime at Watt Field on Wednesday afternoon.

The 18th-ranked Generals outshot Guilford, 30-5, and held a 15-4 advantage on corner kicks, but could not slip the ball past Zych.

Sophomore Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) notched three saves between the posts as the W&L defense kept its opponent from scoring for the 10th-straight contest.

With the tie, the Generals move to 8-0-2 overall and 5-0-2 in the ODAC, while Guilford's record now stands at 7-4-1, 5-1-1 in the ODAC.

Washington and Lee returns to action on Sunday as it hosts Catholic for a 1:00 pm contest.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - None
GC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - None
GC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 110:00, 0 GA, 3 Saves
Veronica Zych (GC) - 110:00, 0 GA, 16 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 30 shots, 15 corner kicks, 3 saves, 6 fouls, No Cards
GC - 5 shots, 4 corner kick, 16 saves, 9 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER DOWNS MARYMOUNT, 5-0

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) registered two goals and one assist as the Washington and Lee women's soccer team continued its unbeaten run with a 5-0 win over Marymount on Sunday afternoon at Watt Field.

The Generals racked up all of their scoring in the first half, beginning with an unassisted tally by Van Devender at 15:56. Senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) upped W&L's lead to 2-0 with a goal off an assist from junior forward Martha Caulkins (Lynchburg, Va./E.C. Glass) in the 21st minute. The Blue and White pulled away with three more scores in the first half as freshman midfielder Roz Klann (Denver, Colo./George Washington), junior forward Shana Oltmans (Albuquerque, N.M./Valley) and Van Devender all found the back of the net to produce the 5-0 final.

Sophomore Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) and senior Emily Binns (Midlothian, Va./Midlothian) split time in the goal for W&L, while junior Lauren Harris (Clifton, Va./Centreville) made six saves for Marymount (5-5).

The Generals (8-0-1, 5-0-1 ODAC) return to ODAC action Wednesday, when they host Guilford at 4pm at Watt Field.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Anne Van Devender (2), Anne Wiltshire, Roz Klann, Shana Oltmans
MU - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Martha Caulkins, Anne Van Devender, Sarah Helms
MU - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 45:00, 0 GA, 0 Saves
Emily Binns(W&L) - 45:00, 0 GA, 0 Saves
Lauren Harris (MU) - 90:00, 5 GA, 6 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 27 shots, 5 corner kicks, 0 saves, 2 fouls, No Cards
MU - 4 shots, 1 corner kick, 6 saves, 4 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER UPS UNBEATEN STREAK TO EIGHT GAMES WITH 7-0 WIN OVER EMORY & HENRY

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) scored two goals as the 21st-ranked Washington and Lee women's soccer team stretched its unbeaten streak to eight games with a 7-0 ODAC victory over Emory & Henry at Watt Field on Saturday afternoon.

The Generals got on the board at 27:26 when freshman midfielder Roz Klann (Denver, Colo./George Washington) tapped in a goal off a corner kick from sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall). Wiltshire notched her first score of the contest less than 10 minutes later when she found the back of the net off an assist from junior defender Haley Bunting (Houston, Texas/St. John's) at 37:17 to take a 2-0 lead into halftime.

W&L broke the game open in the second half as it rallied for five unanswered goals. Senior Jamie Dorsey (Cockeysville, Md.), sophomore midfielder Kate Corr (Shrewsbury, N.J./Red Bank Regional), junior forward Shana Oltmans (Albuquerque, N.M./Valley), Van Devender and Wiltshire all tallied goals as the Generals downed the Wasps for the 11th-straight time.

Wiltshire's two-goal effort led the Blue and White, while Van Devender added one goal and one assist.

Emory & Henry (5-4, 1-3 ODAC) was outshot, 30-2, and W&L held a 10-0 advantage in corner kicks.

Sophomore Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) played the entire 90 minutes in goal for W&L, registering one save. Junior goalkeeper Meredith Ledford (Chattanooga, Tenn./Chattanooga Christian) made eights saves for E&H.

The Generals (7-0-1, 5-0-1 ODAC) take a break from ODAC action Sunday, when they host Marymount at 1pm at Watt Field.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Anne Wiltshire (2), Anne Van Devender, Roz Klann, Jamie Dorsey, Kate Corr, Shana Oltmans
E&H - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Martha Caulkins, Anne Van Devender, Haley Bunting, Erica Giordano
E&H - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Meredith Ledford (E&H) - 90:00, 7 GA, 8 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 30 shots, 10 corner kicks, 1 save, 8 fouls, No Cards
E&H - 2 shots, 0 corner kicks, 8 saves, 8 fouls, No Cards


WILTSHIRE'S HAT TRICK PROPELS GENERALS' SOCCER TO 6-0 WIN OVER BRIDGEWATER

BRIDGEWATER, Va. -- Senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) tallied three goals as the Washington and Lee women's soccer team upped its unbeaten streak to seven games with a 6-0 victory over Bridgewater on Tuesday afternoon.

W&L jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the first half off goals by sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) and Wiltshire at 12:39 and 23:23, respectively. The Generals rallied for four more scores, including two from Wiltshire and one from Van Devender, to take a 6-0 lead into the break.

The Generals, who have not allowed a goal all season, held Bridgewater (1-9, 1-4 ODAC) to just one shot in the second half to come away with the 6-0 win.

Wiltshire led W&L with her hat trick, while Van Devender added two goals. With her 18 points (7g, 4a) in 2006, Wiltshire now ranks second all-time in career points (122) at W&L, surpassing Fontaine Marcoux '04.

Sophomore Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) and senior Emily Binns (Midlothian, Va./Midlothian) split time between the pipes for the Blue and White, combining for one save. Meghan Jarrell and Brooke Barham played in the goal for the Eagles, stopping nine would-be Generals' goals.

The Generals (6-0-1, 4-0-1 ODAC) continue ODAC action on Saturday against Emory and Henry at 3 pm at Watt Field in Lexington, Va.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Anne Wiltshire (3), Anne Van Devender (2), Sarah Helms
BC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Martha Caulkins, Marisa Van Brunt, Haley Bunting
BC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 45:00, 0 GA, 0 Saves
Emily Binns (W&L) - 45:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Meghan Jarrell (BC) - 37:00, 5 GA, 5 Saves
Brooke Barham (BC) - 53:00, 1 GA, 4 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 28 shots, 4 corner kicks, 1 save, 1 foul, No Cards
BC - 3 shot, 0 corner kicks, 9 saves, 3 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER BATTLES VIRGINIA WESLEYAN TO 0-0 DOUBLE-OVERTIME TIE

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. -- The Washington and Lee women's soccer team maintained its unbeaten season with a 0-0 double-overtime tie with Virginia Wesleyan on Saturday evening at the Trinder Center.

The Generals, who have not allowed a goal all season, battled the Marlins for 120 minutes but neither team could find the back of the net.

Sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) made seven saves in the contest for W&L and picked up her fourth shutout of the season. Lindsey Williams minded the goal for VWC, notching two saves.

Virginia Wesleyan (4-3-1, 1-1-1 ODAC) held the advantage in shots, 14-8, and corner kicks, 7-1.

The Generals (5-0-1, 3-0-1 ODAC) continue conference play on Tuesday as they travel to Bridgewater, Va., to take on the Eagles at 4 pm.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - None
VWC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - None
VWC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 7 Saves
Lindsey Williams (VWC) - 90:00, 0 GA, 2 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 8 shots, 1 corner kicks, 7 saves, 10 fouls, Yellow Cards (Maggie Megear, Sarah Helms)
VWC - 16 shot, 7 corner kicks, 2 saves, 10 fouls, No Cards


 

W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER SHUTS OUT HOLLINS, 12-0

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) and junior forward Martha Caulkins (Lynchburg, Va./E.C. Glass) each tallied three goals and one assist as the Washington and Lee women's soccer team continued its unbeaten ways with an 12-0 blanking of Hollins on Wednesday afternoon at Watt Field.

Senior forward Cara Burton (Spring, Texas/Klein Oak) opened the scoring for W&L in just the seventh minute off an assist from junior defender Diana Dozier (Richmond, Va./Mills Godwin). Sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) followed with two scores less than two minutes later to continue the Generals' offensive onslaught. Both Wiltshire and Caulkins would each score twice in the first stanza before junior forward Shana Oltmans (Albuquerque, N.M./Valley) sent W&L to halftime up 8-0 with her goal at 38:31.

Washington and Lee continued its attack in the second period when senior forward Sarah Helms (Charlotte, N.C./Myers Park) scored two goals early in the second half at 52:17 and 54:04, respectively. Caulkins and Wiltshire both found the back of the net again in the second half to give the Generals their fifth straight win.

The Blue and White were led by Caulkins and Wiltshire, who each had seven points (3g, 1a). Van Devender finished the game with two goals and two assists, while Helms registered two goals and one assist.

In goal, senior Emily Binns (Midlothian, Va./Midlothian) picked up her second win of the 2006 season with the shutout. Sophomore Eliza Broaddus (Woodberry Forest, Va./Foxcroft School) made four saves for Hollins (1-5, 0-2 ODAC).

The Generals (5-0, 3-0 ODAC) continue conference play on Saturday as they travel to Virginia Beach, Va. to take on Virginia Wesleyan at 4:30 pm.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Martha Caulkins (3), Anne Wiltshire (3), Anne Van Devender (2), Sarah Helms (2), Shana Oltmans, Cara Burton
HU - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Anne Van Devender (2), Anne Wiltshire, Martha Caulkins, Sarah Helms, Erica Giordano, Diana Dozier
HU - None

GOALKEEPERS
Emily Binns (W&L) - 90:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Eliza Broaddus (HU) - 90:00, 12 GA, 4 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 30 shots, 5 corner kicks, 1 save, 4 foul, No Cards
HU - 1 shot, 0 corner kicks, 4 saves, 2 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER DOWNS RANDOLPH-MACON, 7-0

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Junior forward Shana Oltmans (Albuquerque, N.M./Valley) and sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) each tallied a pair of goals as the Washington and Lee women's soccer team upped its unbeaten streak to four games with a 7-0 win over Randolph-Macon on Saturday afternoon at Watt Field.

Junior forward Martha Caulkins (Lynchburg, Va./E.C. Glass) began the scoring for the Generals, notching her fourth goal of the season in the fourth minute of action off an assist from senior forward Anne Wiltshire (Richmond, Va./Collegiate). Van Devender scored both of her goals in the first half and Oltmans would score once in the opening 45 minutes to put W&L up 4-0 going into the break.

The second half opened with an own goal by the Yellow Jackets when Van Devender crossed the ball to Wiltshire and it was misplayed by a R-MC defender at 54:20. Both Wiltshire and Oltmans would score a goal apiece in the final 30 minutes of the match to send the Generals to the 7-0 win.

Oltmans and Van Devender led the Blue and White with their two-goal contribution each, while Wiltshire added one goal and two assists in the win.

Sophomore Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) and senior Emily Binns (Midlothian, Va./Midlothian) split time in the goal for W&L, combining for one save. Freshman goalkeeper Mary Jocelyn (Virginia Beach, Va./Bayside) saw the majority of the minutes in the goal for Randolph-Macon (0-5, 0-1 ODAC), making nine saves.

The Generals (4-0, 2-0 ODAC) return to action on Wednesday as they host conference-foe Hollins at 4 pm at Watt Field.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Shana Oltmans (2), Anne Van Devender (2), Martha Caulkins, Anne Wiltshire
R-MC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Anne Wiltshire (2), Sarah Helms
R-MC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) 45:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Emily Binns (W&L) 45:00, 0 GA, No Saves
Mary Jocelyn (R-MC) 71:30, 6 GA 9 Saves
Heather Bleile (R-MC) 18:30, 1 GA, 3 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 27 shots, 7 corner kicks, 1 save, 5 fouls, No Cards
R-MC - 1 shot, 1 corner kick, 12 saves, 6 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER WINS IN CONVINCING FASHION, 11-0, OVER R-MWC

LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Junior forward Martha Caulkins (Lynchburg, Va./E.C. Glass) notched three goals and an assist as the Washington and Lee women's soccer team opened up Old Dominion Athletic Conference play with an 11-0 win over Randolph-Macon Woman's College on Wednesday afternoon in Lynchburg, Va.

The Generals, who are undefeated through three games, opened the scoring in the second minute when sophomore midfielder Kate Corr (Shrewsbury, N.J./Red Bank Regional) found the back of the net off an assist from Caulkins. W&L then scored four more times to take a 5-0 lead into the half.

Senior midfielder Cara Burton (Spring, Texas/Klein Oak) opened the scoring in the second half at 46:10 with assists from sophomore forward Erica Giordano (Cranford, N.J./Mount Saint Mary Academy) and junior midfielder Mary Clair Turner (Lexington, Ky./Sayre School). The Generals then added five more goals, capped off by an unassisted tally from freshman midfielder Roz Klann (Denver, Colo./George Washington), her first collegiate goal, at 78:24 to send W&L to the 11-0 win.

Cauklins led W&L with seven points (3g, 1a) while sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) had two goals and one assist and Burton had a pair of goals.

Senior Emily Binns (Midlothian, Va./Midlothian) and sophomore Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) shared regulation in the goal for the Generals, each notching one save. Kate Descoteaux and Sarah Frizzell played between the pipes for the Wildcats, combining for 13 saves.

The Generals continue their conference schedule on Saturday, hosting Randolph-Macon at 3 pm at Watt Field.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Martha Caulkins (3), Cara Burton (2), Anne Van Devender (2), Kate Corr, Erica Giordano, Roz Klann
R-MWC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Kate Corr (2), Haley Bunting, Martha Caulkins, Erica Giordano, Sarah Helms, Sara Foster Reeves, Mary Clair Turner, Anne Van Devender, Anne Wiltshire
R-MWC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Emily Binns (W&L) 70:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Kiki Moreo (W&L) 20:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Kate Descoteaux (R-MWC) 49:00, 5 GA, 7 Saves
Sarah Frizzell (R-MWC) 41:00, 6 GA, 6 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 35 shots, 9 corner kicks, 2 saves, 1 foul, No Cards
R-MWC - 2 shots, 0 corner kicks, 13 saves, 3 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER DEFEATS SOUTHWESTERN, 4-0

LEXINGTON, Va. -- Sophomore forward Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) had a hand in three of the Generals' four goals, notching two goals and an assist, to lift the Washington and Lee women's soccer team to a 4-0 victory over Southwestern at the W&L Invitational on Sunday afternoon at Watt Field.

Van Devender, who was named the MVP of the invitational, opened the scoring in the 25th minute with an unassisted tally. Freshman defender Maggie Sutherland (Pittsburgh, Pa./Sewickley Academy) followed up with a goal just under five minutes later with her first collegiate goal off an assist from Van Devender to put the Generals up 2-0 at the half.

The Generals (2-0) struck again in the second half when Van Devender notched her second unassisted goal of the contest at the 86:25 mark. W&L registered its' final tally of the match with just 21 seconds remaining as junior midfielder Mary Clair Turner (Lexington, Ky./Sayre School) found the back of the net off an assist from junior defender Haley Bunting (Houston, Texas/St. John's).

Sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) picked up her second shutout of the season for W&L, making four saves in the win. Sophomore Eryn Snyder (Spring Branch, Texas/Smithson Valley) stopped six shots in the goal for Southwestern (1-2-1).

In the final game of the W&L Invitational, three different players scored for the Ladies as Kenyon downed Randolph-Macon, 3-0. Kenyon (2-2) out-shot Randolph-Macon 34-2 and held the advantage on corner kicks, 8-3. Junior Rosie Davis (Decatur, Ga./Decatur) and sophomore Rachel Hoffman (Beverly Hills, Mich./Wylie Groves) combined for one save in the goal for the Ladies, while freshman goalkeeper Mary Jocelyn (Virginia Beach, Va./Bayside) made 11 saves for the Yellow Jackets (0-3).

The Generals open up conference play on Wednesday afternoon as they travel to Lynchburg, Va., to take on Randolph-Macon Woman's College at 4:30 pm.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Anne Van Devender (2), Maggie Sutherland, Mary Clair Turner
SU - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Anne Van Devender, Haley Bunting
SU - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) 90:00, 0 GA, 4 Saves
Eryn Snyder (SU) 90:00, 4 GA, 6 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 23 shots, 11 corner kicks, 4 saves, 8 fouls, No Cards
SU - 7 shots, 2 corner kicks, 6 saves, 6 fouls, No Cards


W&L WOMEN'S SOCCER DOWNS KENYON, 2-0, IN DAY ONE OF W&L INVITATIONAL

LEXINGTON, Va. -- The Washington and Lee women's soccer team opened its 2006 campaign with a 2-0 victory over Kenyon in the first day of the Washington and Lee Invitational at Watt Field.

The Generals struck twice in the first half to come away with the shutout win. Sophomore midfielder Anne Van Devender (Jackson, Miss./Choate Rosemary Hall) scored unassisted in just the third minute of the game. Senior midfielder Jamie Dorsey (Cockeysville, Md./McDonogh) followed with a goal in the 25th minute, scoring off an assist from Van Devender to help seal the victory for the Generals.

Sophomore goalkeeper Kiki Moreo (Westport, Conn./Staples) picked up her first shutout of the season, making one save in the win for Washington and Lee (1-0). Rosie Davis made three saves for Kenyon (1-2).

In the second game of the Washington and Lee Invitational, Southwestern scored two goals in the second half en route to a 2-0 win over Randolph-Macon. Nicole Morilak and Laura Kromann notched one goal each in the Pirates' win.

The Generals return to the field tomorrow for the second day of the Washington and Lee Invitational as they take on Southwestern at noon at Watt Field.

-- GENERALS --

GOALS
W&L - Anne Van Devender, Jamie Dorsey
KC - None

ASSISTS
W&L - Anne Van Devender
KC - None

GOALKEEPERS
Kiki Moreo (W&L) 90:00, 0 GA, 1 Save
Rosie Davis (KC) 90:00, 2 GA, 3 Saves

TEAM STATS
W&L - 9 shots, 7 corner kicks, 1 save, 8 fouls, No Cards
KC - 7 shots, 1 corner kick, 3 saves, 6 fouls, No Cards