CINCINNATI, Ohio – The GC women’s squad notched their seventh straight win and fourth shutout out of the season on Monday afternoon, as the Panthers routed a very talented Ohio Mid-Western team.
Forward Natalie Henneberry headlined the Black & Orange’s efforts in the afternoon match, posting two goals to help lift GC to the 4-0 shutout.
Greenville jumped out to an early lead in first half play as Henneberry netted the lone score of the period.
In the second, senior Jackie Sievert buried her chance to help the Panthers out to a 2-0 lead. Henneberry would connect for another score shortly after, and teammate and sophomore Kelsey Heaps closed the affair with a late insurance goal to finalize the match 4-0.
Defensively Greenville proved to be on their game allowing only four shots in the shutout. Sophomore GK Heidi Kohl claimed the win in net, dominating from her vantage point.
Ohio Mid-Western College came into Tuesday’s tilt with a record of 10-2 and held the USCAA #2 national ranking.
GC women’s soccer continues to roll as they have now posted seven-straight victories that have helped build their 10-4 (3-0 SLIAC) record. The women have hung 23 goals on their opponents in their last four games, and have only surrendered three scores in those contests.
The women will return to action on Wednesday, October 12 as they travel to Blackburn College for a 3:00 pm SLIAC duel.