GENEVA, N.Y. – The Salisbury University women's soccer team lost a 1-0 contest against Wheaton (Mass.) College in the first round of the NCAA tournament at William Smith College on Saturday.
Wheaton's Kaitlyn Mawicke played a free kick into the box where Samantha Cronin got her head on the ball sending it past freshman goalkeeper Michelle Conrad in the 59th minute for the game-winning goal.
Salisbury led in shots, 13-9, shots on goal, 5-3, and corner kicks, 5-4.
Erin Cawley earned the victory in the net for Lyons, making five saves. Conrad took the loss, stopping one shot for the Sea Gulls.
The loss marked the final match for seniors Jessilonis, Amanda Miele, Danielle Crowley, Kira Mangone and Katie McMahon.