Cavaliers Shutout Radford 5-0 in Hockey

VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM Rain notched a pair of goals and moved to #7 in career goals tonight
VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM
Rain notched a pair of goals and moved to #7 in career goals tonight
VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM

Oct. 18, 2000

Virginia (10-5) kept the Highlanders (2-13) without a shot in the second half and held on for a shutout win over the in-state rivals, defeating Radford 5-0 tonight. Lorraine Vizzuso (Fairfield, N.J./West Essex) and Jessica Coleman (Oceanport, N.J./Shore Regional) both notched a pair of goals to pace the Cavalier attack, and Carrie Goodloe (St. Louis, Mo./John Burroughs) added a pair of assists.

The Cavaliers got on the board five minutes into the game as Vizzuso took the ball to the top of the circle and fired a shot that found its way into the net. Virginia then used a pair of interceptions to notch two goals in a span of 1:25. Goodloe poked the ball away to Coleman, who dribbled into the circle and fired a shot into the boards at 12:42. Eighty-five seconds later Goodloe again stole the ball and slotted it to Vizzuso, who scored, putting the Hoos up 3-0. The teams went to the break with this score. Vizzuso's goal was the 37th of her career, which moves her to #7 all-time at Virginia in career goals.

Four minutes into the second period Kelli Hill (Mansaquan, N.J./Mansaquan) pounced on a loose ball at the top of the circle and fired it home for a 4-0 lead. Just 1:48 later the Cavaliers were awarded a penalty corner that Coleman shot to the boards for a lead of 5-0. Goodloe and Mason White (Virginia Beach, Va./Norfolk Academy) were credited with assists on the play. Coleman's goal gives her 84 career points, which moves her into a tie for eighth-place all-time in scoring (35 g, 14 a). It was also her 35th career goal, which ranks ninth all-time.

With 23 minutes to play Emily White (Finksburg, Md./Westminster) came into the game, taking over for starting keeper Becky Worthington (Fairview Village, Pa./Methacton), who made three saves to preserve the shutout.

The Cavaliers will host #4 Wake Forest on Sunday, Oct. 22 at the University Hall Turf Field. Game time against the Demon Deacons is 1:00.

1-2=F
Radford 0-0=0
Virginia 3-2=5

Scoring Summary: 30:05 - UVA, fg, Vizzuso, 12:42 - UVA, fg, Coleman, 11:17 - UVA, fg, Vizzuso (Goodloe), 2nd: 31:43 - UVA, fg, Hill, 29:55 - UVA, pc, Coleman (White/Goodloe)

UVA goals: Coleman 2, Vizzuso 2, Hill

UVA assists: Goodloe 2, M. White

Keepers: UVA: Worthington (47 mins, 3 svs, 0 GA), White (23 mins, 0 svs, 0 GA)
Radford: Peterson (70 mins, 9 svs, 5 GA)

Shots: UVA 21, RU: 5
Corners: UVA:7, RU: 3
Defensive Saves: UVA 0, RU: 1 (Al. Lorigan)