CHATHAM, NJ – The season is just three video games previous and the Chatham women soccer crew already has executed one thing that hasn’t been executed in fairly a while – win a recreation over West Morris.
Elizabeth Droner’s second objective of the sport – a penalty kick with 2;12 left in additional time – gave Chatham an intense Four-Three win Monday at Haas Discipline, the primary for the Cougars over the Wolfpack since 2004.
Senior Jen Olnowich’s heel go into the field had despatched Droner on a break into the field, the place she was tripped from behind (see the video under).
Droner, a junior, then stepped up and positioned the ball into the decrease proper nook to interrupt the Three-Three tie with 2:12 left within the additional time, ending Chatham’s 15-year drought towards the Wolfpack (see the objective under).
Elizabeth Droner and Jen Olnowich speak in regards to the win over West Morris that ended a 15-year drought for the Chatham women soccer crew
Within the back-and-forth battle with West Morris (2-1), the Cougars by no means trailed, however could not draw back from the Wolfpack as Bridget Moylan, Kacy Smith and Alexa Murawski every netted tying objectives.
Ollnowich acquired Chatham (Three-Zero) began when she put drove residence Lizzie O’Neill’s cross off the goalie and into the online within the fifth minute (see under).
The was tied 1-1 on the break, however Chatham struck shortly within the second half when Cleo Bley scored off a go from Kayleigh Coughlin simply 36 seconds into the motion (see under).
The two-1 lead for Chatham did not final lengthy as West Morris struck lower than a minute later to make it 2-2.
Droner put Chatham again on prime within the 48th minute with an amazing particular person effort, powering her manner into the field with three West Morris defenders hanging on her and ending with a drive previous the charging goalie for a Three-2 edge (see under).