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PHOTOS: SU women’s soccer starts season 1-1

Photos by EMMA REIDER

Photo Editor

Writing by CHRIS MACKOWIAK

Sports Editor

Featured photo: SU goalkeeper Emma Hill rises to clear a ball on a cross. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo

 

The Salisbury University women’s soccer team opened their 2018 campaign over Labor Day weekend with two home matches as part of their annual SU Soccer Classic. The Sea Gulls saw differing results with a 2-0 win over Salem followed by a 3-0 loss to Wheaton (Ill.).

Photo Editor Emma Reider visited Saturday’s match against Wheaton, providing the below photo gallery from the action.

SU goalkeeper Emma Hill holds the ball over her head as it escapes danger in a crowded box. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Hill prepares to punt the ball away. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Players battle for the ball as SU defender Jenna Beck (No. 2) stands in the foreground. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Wheaton breaks away down the left flank of the field. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Hill rises to punch a ball away on a Wheaton cross. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
SU races in transition with forward Lydia Narum in the foreground. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Narum (No. 7) trails beside the advancing midfielder Julie Venere (No. 18). Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Venere breaks free towards the Wheaton goal. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Players battle for the ball in the air. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
SU defender Kayla Homeyer (No. 17) heads the ball away. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Venere tracks a Wheaton attacker. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Homeyer battles for a ball in the air. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
The Wheaton defense corrals the ball from SU. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
SU forward Brooke Rossiter (No. 3) tries to get the ball back. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
SU midfielder Cristina Narron (No. 24) makes a throw-in. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Venere (No. 18) prepares to trap a ball. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
Beck (No. 2) passes the ball around a Wheaton forward. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
SU midfielder Kara Schmidt (No. 26) traps the ball. Sept. 1. Emma Reider photo
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