WC women win Quaker Bowl rivalry match with Earlham 1-0


By Adam Knaub - WC Athletic Communications Intern



WILMINGTON — Madison Wiedeman’s goal and Lauren Galloway’s goalkeeping led the Wilmington College women’s soccer team to a 1-0 win Wednesday over Earlham College in the annual Quaker Bowl rivalry game at Gilhart Field.

The Fightin’ Quakers improved to a positive record 3-2-0 while the loss brings the Hustlin’ Quakers to 5-2-0.

Wilmington out-shot Earlham 14-4 and held the advantage in corner kicks 7-0.

Galloway recorded two saves in her victory.

The Fightin’ Quakers will return to action Saturday at Wittenberg for an 11 a.m. match.

Neither team scored in the first half but Taylor Huffman had a great opportunity for WC, settling a loose ball in the penalty area but missing the shot wide right.

Early in the second half, Wiedeman gathered a rebound and volleyed it past the Earlham goalkeeper for a 1-0 WC lead.

Tiffany Hayes nearly put the Quakers up by two late in the match but the Earlham keeper made the save.

Galloway preserved the shutout with a save in the 85th minute off a Yana Miller shot from distance.

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By Adam Knaub

WC Athletic Communications Intern