Terry's Touch Sends Women's Soccer to Semis

Terry's Touch Sends Women's Soccer to Semis

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The fourth-seeded Virginia Wesleyan University women's soccer team defeated #5 Roanoke, 1-0, Wednesday afternoon at the Trinder Center. With the result the Marlins move to 10-3-4 on the year while the Maroons finish their season at 7-6-4. The Marlins will now wait to see who they will play as the team will square off against another ODAC foe on Saturday at Bridgewater.

After a scoreless first half, it was Camryn Terry who finally broke the stand still. Brooke Adamchak got the play going as she tore into the offensive third, towards the corner flag. The senior then cut a pass back towards the near corner of the 18-yard box where it found Terry's foot. The freshman lined up the shot and sent a low ball towards the far post where it beat the keeper and gave the Marlins the advantage.

That proved to be all the Marlins needed as stout defense negated any Maroon chances. The Marlins nearly turned in a couple chances but were nicked for being offsides.

Tristen Roberts picked up her 10th win of the year in net, stopping the one shot Roanoke took on goal.