WILMINGTON — Padua’s field hockey team got into the win column with a 2-0 shutout of rival Ursuline on Sept. 12 at Serviam Field.
Julia Pomeroy opened the scoring at the midpoint of the second quarter, converting a pass from Alexandra DiCandilo. The next goal would not come until the final minute of the third quarter, when Rebekah Haney picked up her first varsity goal.
Padua outshot Ursuline, 8-3, and had an 11-3 advantage in penalty corners. Taylor Kozink stopped all three shots she faced. The Pandas (1-2) host St. Elizabeth on Friday at 3:45 p.m. at Chase Fieldhouse.
Elizabeth Ciarlo had six saves for the Raiders (0-2). Ursuline is home on Thursday at 3:45 p.m. against Caravel.
All photos by Jason Winchell.