Lake Forest graduate Morgan Gannon scored both goals for the Wolverines' field hockey team Wednesday, while Milford High grad Kasey Fry had an assist.
The Wesley College field hockey team downed the Eastern University Eagles, 2-1 in non-conference action on Wednesday.
Lake Forest graduate Morgan Gannon scored both goals for the Wolverines, while Milford High grad Kasey Fry had an assist.
She tallied the opening goal of the contest in the 10th minute when she flicked a shot off the right post and into the goal.
Eastern tied the game in the 51st minute when Ali Balmer scored on an assist from Gina Palmer.
Two minutes later, Wesley retook the lead when Milford High graduate Kasey Fry found Gannon outside the circle and Gannon blasted it high past the goalie.
Eastern attempted to tie the game with multiple corners, but the Wesley defense held strong and denied the Eastern comeback.
Appoquinimink graduate Emily Wagner recorded her team-best seventh defensive save of the year on an Eastern shot early on in the second half.
Sidney Knott from Morrisville, Pennsylvania notched nine saves for the Wolverines.
NEXT GAME: Wesley will resume conference play on Saturday, Oct. 7 when they host the No. 10 ranked Christopher Newport Captains at Drass Field at 1 p.m.