Hindt's second-half assist propelled the Wolverines' field hockey team to its first win of the season, a home victory over Keystone College from Pennsylvania on Saturday.
An assist from Smyrna High graduate Kaila Hindt helped lift Wesley College to victory over Keystone College Saturday in Dover.
After a scoreless first half, Hindt led a fast break in the 57th minute and passed to Rebecca Dvorak on a cross in the arc. Dvorak shot the ball past the Keystone keeper, off the post, and into the net.
Wesley shut down the Keystone offense for the rest of the game to help preserve the Wolverines first win of the season, 1-0.
The Wesley defense held strong during the game, only allowing three Keystone shots in the contest. Sidney Knott stopped both of the on-target shots for Wesley.
Wesley also held the advantage in penalty corners (12-5) over Keystone.
NEXT GAME FOR WESLEY: Monday, Sept. 18 at home in Dover vs. Albright at 7 p.m.