Nyarady Makes 11 Saves, Mustangs Edged at Gettysburg

Nyarady Makes 11 Saves, Mustangs Edged at Gettysburg

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Senior Hope Nyarady made 11 saves in her second career start in goal, but host Gettysburg College made a goal in the game's second minute stand up as the Bullets downed Stevenson 1-0 in non-conference field hockey Tuesday afternoon at Shirk Field.

  • Julia Soares got Gettysburg (8-3) on the board just 1:07 into the game when she scored on a feed from Lauren Beccaria.
  • The Bullets took all nine shots in the corner, with Nyarady making four saves.  The hosts also had three penalty corners.

  • Nyarady made a pair of saves in the first five minutes of the second quarter.
  • Stevenson (4-8) generated its first penalty corner just past the 27-minute mark, with Riley Sullivan pushing a shot wide.
  • Camryn Kelly had a pair of shots off another Mustang penalty corner, with the first one blocked and the second one wide.

  • The Bullets put shots on frame at 33:40 and 34:27, but Nyarady turned both aside.
  • The Mustangs earned another penalty corner with just over five minutes left in the period, with Sullivan getting off her second shot of the game.

  • Nyarady recorded two more saves in the fourth as the Bullets had all five shots in the period.

  • Gettysburg outshot Stevenson 22-4 and had nine of the game's 12 penalty corners.
  • Bullet goalie Jillian Caputo was not forced to make a save.
  • Nyarady's 11 saves were a career high.  She had seven saves in her career in 173 minutes entering the contest.
  • Kelly matched her career high in shots while it was a career high for Sullivan.
  • Gettysburg won for the seventh time in eight games.

  • Stevenson returns to MAC Commonwealth play on Saturday, traveling to Widener for a 1 pm contest.
  • The Mustangs return home on Wednesday, October 9, entertaining St. Mary's in a 4 pm non-conference matchup at Mustang Stadium.