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Herons win Upstate Collegiate Cup with over Rochester

The William Smith College soccer team jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first half and went on to defeat Rochester 4-0 in the championship game of the 2014 Upstate Collegiate Cup hosted by Cortland. The Herons improve to 3-2-0 overall and the Yellowjackets fall to 3-2-1.
 
Sophomore Emma Diehl led William Smith with a goal and an assist. Four different Herons scored in the win. First-year Nicole McGlinchy played the opening 80 minutes and junior Jackie Doyle came in for the final 10 minutes. Neither William Smith goalie faced a shot on goal.
 
Just 3:04 in Theresa Lohr found the back of the net on a header after a Heron corner which was sent into the box by Diehl. It was Lohr’s first collegiate goal. Then in the 13th minute, senior Krista Longo fired a shot into the lower right corner of the goal after a pass into the six yard box by sophomore Kara Shue. It was Longo’s first goal of the season.
 
In the 66th minute, Diehl scored a goal of her own to stretch the William Smith lead to 3-0. Her strike from 25 yards out was the first goal of her college career. Just 2:10 later, sophomore Lauren Randaccio found the back of the net for the final.
 
The Herons held a 15-1 advantage in shots and a 7-1 lead in corners.

The Herons will be back in action on Saturday, Sept. 20, when they host Fredonia for their home opener on Cozzens Field at 1 p.m.The William Smith College soccer team jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first half and went on to defeat Rochester 4-0 in the championship game of the 2014 Upstate Collegiate Cup hosted by Cortland. The Herons improve to 3-2-0 overall and the Yellowjackets fall to 3-2-1. Sophomore Emma Diehl led William Smith with a goal and an assist. Four different Herons scored in the win. First-year Nicole McGlinchy played the opening 80 minutes and junior Jackie Doyle came in for the final 10 minutes. Neither William Smith goalie faced a shot on goal. Just 3:04 in Theresa Lohr found the back of the net on a header after a Heron corner which was sent into the box by Diehl. It was Lohr’s first collegiate goal. Then in the 13th minute, senior Krista Longo fired a shot into the lower right corner of the goal after a pass into the six yard box by sophomore Kara Shue. It was Longo’s first goal of the season. In the 66th minute, Diehl scored a goal of her own to stretch the William Smith lead to 3-0. Her strike from 25 yards out was the first goal of her college career. Just 2:10 later, sophomore Lauren Randaccio found the back of the net for the final. The Herons held a 15-1 advantage in shots and a 7-1 lead in corners. The Herons will be back in action on Saturday, Sept. 20, when they host Fredonia for their home opener on Cozzens Field at 1 p.m.