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Erika Hoglund scored the first goal in her final game at Roberts Stadium.
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

Women's Soccer Sends Seniors Off Home Pitch With Win over Cornell

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 11/02/2013
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Game 16: Princeton vs. Cornell

(7-5-4, 1-4-1)

Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013
Roberts Stadium • Princeton, N.J.

(7-7-1, 1-5-0)

Box Score


22:59: Princeton's Erika Hoglund scored off a long pass from Kacie Kergides, who put forward from the midfield a pass from Lauren Lazo.

33:26: Princeton's Tyler Lussi scored after taking a pass up the middle from Lauren Lazo, who received the ball from Jessica Lee.

36:20: Princeton's Lauren Lazo found Erika Hoglund along the endline, and then Hoglund found Lazo as Lazo sprinted to the goal.

61:21: Princeton's Jessica Haley headed in a ball that Gabriella Guzman headed off a corner kick by Kacie Kergides.


13-0: Princeton outshot Cornell 13-0 on goal, as Cecilia Di Caprio and Hannah Winner didn't have to make a save while Princeton solved both Cornell goalkeepers on the night. Melissa Downey was one of four players with two shots on goal.



On senior night, the play of the game goes to the final goal, which saw two seniors assist their class's last goal at Roberts Stadium. Kacie Kergides took a corner kick in the 62nd minute, and Gabriella Guzman had the first header on it. Jessica Haley then headed it in, and the Tigers led 4-0.


• Princeton won its last game at Roberts Stadium for the third straight season, and the team is 5-0-1 in the final home game of the season since Roberts opened in 2008. Princeton hasn't lost its home finale since 2007, when Yale won at Princeton Stadium during Lourie-Love Field's transformation into Roberts Stadium.

• Princeton kept its impressive streak going against Cornell, winning its 18th straight over the Big Red.

• It was the first time Princeton held an opponent without a shot on goal since Oct. 19, 2005 against Rider, also a 4-0 win.

Gabriella Guzman started and ended her home campaign with assists, getting one in the opener and now in the home finale for her two assists this season.

• Kacie Kergides had her first career multi-point game, getting two assists.

• Tyler Lussi eclipsed Diana Matheson's freshman total from 2004, getting her eighth goal. It's the most for a Princeton freshman since Theresa Sherry '04 had eight in 2000.

• Jessica Haley has scored all three of her goals this season in the last five games, and
she's notched seven of the season's eight points in that stretch.

• Erika Hoglund had the first game of her career in which she had both a goal and an assist.



Friday at 6 p.m., Princeton will wrap the season at Penn (11-1-4, 4-1-1). Princeton will aim for its first win on Penn's home turf since 2005.







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