Hokie Shutout Wheeling Jesuit in Women's Soccer
Myers scores two goals in the Hokie win
October 22, 2000

BLACKSBURG, Va. - The Virginia Tech women's soccer team defeated the Wheeling Jesuit Cardinals Sunday afternoon, 5-0.

Junior Kimberly Wyckoff (Springfield, Va.) opened the scoring in the match when she knocked a ball into the upper right corner of the goal at the 12:01 mark. Freshman Tanya Netzel (Oak Hill, Va.) was credited with the assist on the play. Just over five minutes later the Hokies made the score 2-0. Freshman Megan Foy (Mechanicsville, Va.) collected a deflected Tech shot off a Wheeling Jesuit defender and knocked it past Cardinal goalkeeper Tracy Pinnock. The goal made the score 2-0 and there was no assist on the play.

The next Hokie goal came at the 32:25 mark in the match. Freshman Jessica Myers (Richmond, Va.) scored an unassisted goal to make the score 3-0 in favor of Tech. The Hokies would score one more goal before halftime. Freshman Kathy Holdsworth (Virginia Beach, Va.) took a pass from freshman Emily Barnhart (Columbus, Ohio) that managed to find its way through the Cardinal defense and kicked it in to make the score 4-0.

Tech closed out the scoring in the match with one second half goal. Myers scored her second goal of the day when she made a 25-yard run with the ball after taking a pass from freshman Kasey Warner (Glen Allen, Va.) After faking out the goalkeeper she made the final score 5-0.

Hokie goalkeeper, senior Katie Hancock (Stockton, Md.), collected four saves in the match and allowed no goals. Pinnock, the Cardinal's goalkeeper, collected 10 saves in the contest and allowed all five Hokie goals.

The win puts the Hokies at 8-8 on the year. They will be back in action Wednesday when they host the Marshall Thundering Herd at 2 p.m.
VIRGINIA TECH    4   1   -   5
WHEELING JESUIT  0   0   -   0

Shots - 28 (VT), 6 (WJ)
Corners - 7 (VT), 2 (WJ)
Saves - 4 (VT), 10 (WJ)
Fouls - 8 (VT), 6 (WJ)