The Saint Joseph’s women’s soccer dropped their second game of the year tonight, falling 2-1 at home against Mount St. Mary’s.
The win was the first of the year for Mountaineers (1-3-0), who entered the game goalless on the season. But sophomore attacker Mary McCarron made sure the Mount didn’t leave Philadelphia that way, scoring both goals, including an impressive left-footed volley in the 60th minute that would prove to be the game-winner.
“We beat a quality opponent on their field tonight,” said Mountaineers’ head coach Tom Gosselin. “We played with heart, had our back up against it early, but we fought back and put away our opportunities. We were lucky to come out of here with a win.” Continue reading