Lady’s Seawolves Hand Chargers Crushing Defeat

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The UNB Saint John women’s Seawolves soccer team hosted the last place Crandall University Chargers on Wednesday night at the Canada Games stadium.

From the kick-off, the Seawolves were firing on all cylinders, with nearly 30 shots on and off target registered throughout the entire 90 minutes; the Chargers did not get one single shot on goal.

Lauren Coyle, scorer of two goals during the game for the Seawolves, said that Wednesday night’s game built on positive play from the previous weekend.

“The win last night is definitely what we needed for a push for a spot in the playoffs. It was definitely the best game we played as a team so far in terms of moving the ball and playing together.”

Scoring four goals to the Chargers’ none, the Seawolves were dominant throughout the entire game. Coyle says that there were a lot of chances that they did not score on, but for her, the win is big for them:

“It’s definitely a huge positive to build on going into an important game this weekend where we need the three points.”

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