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Women's Soccer Falls Short in Final Game of the Year
Hokies Lose to Georgetown 3-0
October 31, 2001

The Virginia Tech women's soccer team lost to Georgetown, 3-0, Wednesday afternoon in its season finale. The Hokies fell one game short of a winning season.

Georgetown scored all three of its goals in the first half to put the game away early. Jen Choiniere put the Hoyas on the board first with a goal at the 4:49 mark. There was no assist on the play.

Courtney Shaub made the score 2-0 with a goal at the 15:35 mark. Jessie Beers-Altman was credited with the assist on the goal.

Nicole DePalma netted the last goal on the day for Georgetown. She scored an unassisted goal at the 30:08 mark.

Katie Hancock (Stockton, Md,) played the entire match in goal for the Hokies and collected three saves on 11 Hoya shots. Shereena Chang also played the whole match in goal for Georgetown and recorded seven saves on eight Tech shots.

Virginia Tech finishes the season with a record of 8-9-3 overall and 1-5-1 in the BIG EAST. Georgetown finishes the season with an overall record of 9-7-1 and 3-6-1 in BIG EAST play.

Tech was led this season by senior standouts Kim Wyckoff (Springfield, Va.) Joy Nsubuga (Hollysprings, N.C.) and Wendy Kotwas (Conesus, N.Y.) Wyckoff started 16 games for the Hokies and saw action in one other match. She led the team in points with 10 and tied for the lead in goals scored. She scored four goals on the year and had two assists. Nsubuga saw action in 16 games, starting 15 of them. She led the team in assists with three and also tallied three goals. She recorded nine points total on the season. Kotwas started all 20 matches this year for the Hokies. She tied for the team lead in goals with four and led the team in shots taken with 51. For the season, she also scored nine total points. Not far behind was fellow senior Carmen Chestnut (Mt. Pleasant, S.C.) who amassed eight points for the year. She started every game for the Hokies, scoring three goals and contributing two assists.
VIRGINIA TECH	0	0	- 0
GEORGETOWN	   3 0 - 3

Shots: VT 8, GT 11
CORNERS: VT 2, GT 5
Saves: VT 3, GT 7
Fouls: VT 7, GT 9

Goals:
Jen Choiniere (GT), unassisted, 4:49
Courtney Shaub (GT), assisted by Jessie Beers-Altman, 15:35
Nicole DePalma (GT), unassisted, 30:08
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