KEUKA PARK, N.Y. — Senior Brooke Guernsey (McGraw, N.Y. / McGraw) scored with 4:05 left in regulation to lift Keuka College to a 3-2 non-conference victory over Lycoming College on Wednesday night.
Keuka College 3 vs. Lycoming College 2
The Wolves wasted no time on Wednesday night as Keuka College established a 2-0 lead five minute into the game. Off of a punt by the Lycoming keeper, Kelsey Maurer volleyed the ball directly to a streaking Morgan Fuller. The freshman beat the keeper on the right post for the 1-0 lead. Minutes later, Fuller sent a cross in from the left side and Julia Oglesby tapped it in for the 2-0 advantage. The game would settle in favor of the Warriors as Lycoming had a majority of possession and chances. Lycoming would make it a one-goal game in the 35th minute.
It was Lycoming who struck first in second half. Taking advantage of a foul in the Keuka end, Lycoming sent the free kick into the box and headed it home to draw the game level at 2-2. The final 35 minutes of the game would be a physical affair as both teams combined for three yellow cards and three red cards. The game looked destined for overtime until the final minutes. Keuka College got a free kick yards away from the Warriors' box. The Wolves played it quick and was partially cleared by Lycoming. Brooke Guernsey ran onto the clear and let a 25 yard shot go. The bending shot went off of the keeper's hands and into the net to give the Wolves a 3-2 lead. Keuka College would hold on for the victory on Wednesday.
- Keuka College improves to 6-1 all-time against Lycoming College but it was Keuka's first win over the Warriors since the 2000 season
- The Wolves tied the school record by winning their seventh straight game
- Keuka's shutout streak was snapped. Their six game streak was the second longest in school history
- Overall, Keuka went 633:08 without allowing a goal with freshman keeper Jessica Pegg in goal for 586:45 of that run
Up Next for Keuka College: The Wolves return to North Eastern Athletic Conference play on Saturday as they host the College of St. Elizabeth on Saturday at the Jephson Community Athletic Complex. The Wolves are undefeated against the Eagles in their nine meetings.