Penalty Stroke Decides Rivalry Game

Penalty Stroke Decides Rivalry Game

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A penalty-stroke goal early in the fourth quarter was the only tally of the contest, lifting Queens to a 1-0 victory over Belmont Abbey in South Atlantic Conference Carolinas field hockey action Saturday afternoon.

Maya Forbes converted at just 3:31 into the final period.

HOW IT HAPPENED

  • The teams combined for just four shots on goal, two by each team. Queens held a 10-3 advantage in total shots.
  • Kayley Williams and Camrynn Aiello took the attempts for the Crusaders (6-9, 5-4).
  • Queens also posted a 5-2 advantage in penalty corners.
  • Paige Hinds was credited with one save.

UP NEXT

  • Belmont Abbey wraps up its string of five straight games on the road when it travels to Converse on Tuesday.
  • The game will begin at 7:30 p.m.