Magner Scores Career Goal No. 100

Magner Scores Career Goal No. 100

HAVERFORD, Pa. – Junior Kathleen Magner netted four goals Saturday afternoon as the Owls took one rival Haverford College in Centennial Conference action. Her third goal of the game, coming with 1:09 to play in the first-half, was career-goal No. 100, making her the 11th person in Bryn Mawr history hit the century mark for goals. Despite the historic day, Haverford clipped the Owls, 21-7.

Haverford struck first with a goal from Hannah Morgan just 2:47 into the game. Sophomore Ashton Dwyer tied the game just over 40 seconds later with an unassisted goal. Haverford added a pair of goals over the next two minutes to take a 3-1 lead.

With 24:7 to play, Magner tallied her first goal of the afternoon to pull the Owls within one, 3-2. The Fords answered with seven straight goals as they took a commanding 10-2 lead. With just over seven minutes left in the half, freshman Georgina Dominique scored on a free position shot. The Ford's Dayna Kim scored with just over six minutes left to make the score 11-3.

In the final four minutes of the half, Magner scored two goals, including No. 100, separated by another Morgan tally. The half ended with the Fords holding a 12-5 lead.

The second-half started the same way the first-half ended, with a Magner goal. With her final goal of the game coming just 1:17 into the half, Magner is now tied with Beth Varadian with 101 goals; 10th all-time.

Haverford tallied seven goals over the next twenty minutes to take a 19-6 lead. Bryn Mawr's final goal of the game came from Dwyer with a helping hand from freshman Claire Johnson with 1:59 to play.

The Fords tacked on two more goals to claim the 21-7 victory, their 10th win of the season.

Leading the Fords with four goals each was Kim and Morgan. Kenny Likes handed out five assists.

Magner led the Owls with 12 draws and two caused turnovers. Sophomore goalie Grace Baelen-King turned away six shots.

The Owls return to action on Thursday, April 18, when they travel to Allentown for a 4:00 pm meeting with the Falcons of Cedar Crest College.