AUBURN After trailing by one at halftime, the Maroons started to profit from their chances.
Auburn tied the score under one minute in to the other half, required charge with 13 minutes to experience and held on, because the Maroons women team capped the East Syracuse-Minoa Spartans, 2-1, at Seward Elementary Thursday.
"From the possibilities which were there, we capitalized in it, " stated Maroons coach Thomas Mission. "That made the main difference today."
The Spartans opened up the scoring 25 minutes into the overall game, however the Maroons switched the tide within the other half.
Auburn's Lexi Collela required benefit of an ES-M miscue and tied the score under thirty seconds in to the other half. Bridget Cuddy completed a run lower the best side by adding the ball within the corner beyond the Spartans netminder for that eventual game-champion 27 minutes in to the half.
"Lexi Collela's goal was great, " Mission stated. "She won the ball cleanly and sprang it in using the goalkeeper from position."
Ally Nicolosi carried out with 14 saves in internet for that Maroons.
"She's a 3-year starter, and she has been a rock for all of us the 3 years, " Mission stated.
The Maroons, who've been fighting multiple injuries at the outset of the growing season, made some changes throughout the overall game.
"There exists a large amount of injuries, so today we drawn up three in our Joint venture women plus they did a fantastic job for all of us, " Mission stated. "I believe part of our off ball movement or lack thereof was people happening of position. We shuffled a few of the women around coupled with them try new spots."
One particular adjustment was moving senior defender Anna Sabine to the midfield.
"I figured Annie Sabine, whenever we moved her towards the midfield position, she introduced lots of energy so we began winning balls, " Mission stated. "Which makes a significant difference whenever we may take a ball from there, and begin disbursing the ball towards the outdoors from the area."