The Seawolves looked to maintain their flawless record with a couple wins over the weekend series against Holy Names and Cal State Monterey Bay. Kickoff was at 3 p.m. Friday against Holy Names, and the Seawolves shot out to an early start with a goal in the fifth minute by Marissa Marable, and a goal in the 12th minute by Lauren Curtin. They would then have to wait nearly a half an hour for their next goal, as Marable scored her second goal of the first half in the 45th minute.
The Seawolves would add four more goals in the second half from Margi Osmundson, Curtin, and two from Cecilia Sifuentes.
Sonoma State shot a total of 27 times in the game, 11 of which were shots on goal. Jori Wider, Anna Martin, Taylor Enzler, and Mckenzie Maher all provided assists in the match. The lady ‘Wolves’ earned their fourth consecutive shutout, as their goalkeeping has been scary good, not allowing a goal all season so far. Allison Hadidian and Ashley Luis each played a half of the game and each provided one save.
The 7-0 victory improved Sonoma’s record to 4-0-0 going into Sunday’s match against CSU Monterey Bay as they try to break a school record with their fifth consecutive shutout. The game remained scoreless all the way until the 60th minute when Sara Van Wagoner passed the ball to Junior Margi Osmundson, who chipped it over Monterey’s goalkeeper Samantha Webb into the corner of the net to put the Seawolves up 1-0. Osmundson wasn’t done though, six minutes later, she had a deja vu goal as she chipped a pass from Jori Wider over Webb for the goal to make it 2-0, which would ultimately be the final score. Allison Hadidian is having a great season so far, as she provides three more saves in the ‘Wolves’ fifth straight shutout.
Sonoma had to deal with a little bit stronger of defense in this game, as they were only able to get off seven shots, three of which were on goal. Lauren Curtin provided the other shot on goal aside from Osmundson’s goals.
The Seawolves are taking on The Academy of Art this Friday at the Seawolf Soccer Field. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m.