LYNCHBURG, Va.- For 76 minutes of game time, the Randolph women's soccer team held visiting Virginia Wesleyan off the scoreboard. The WildCats were 14 minutes away from forcing overtime but the Marlins scored four times during the period on their way to a 4-0 win on Wednesday night at WildCat Stadium.
A foul was called on Randolph inside of the penalty area and Virginia Wesleyan was granted a kick. Alex Davidson was able to tuck the ball into the right corner of the net and past Randolph starting keeper Zoe Waring (Chesapeake, Va./Hickory) for the game's first goal.
Davidson was not done. She would add her second of the evening 42 seconds later to the right side again. Her third came at 78:07 as she got over the outstretched arm of Waring and then tallied her fourth less than two minutes later.
Much like against Lynchburg last Saturday, Waring kept the Marlins off the board in the first half. She had six saves in the frame and added five more in the second half for a total of 11.
Randolph was held to four total shots in the game with two coming on goal. Virginia Wesleyan put up 25. Corner kicks were in the Marlins' favor 7-2.
The WildCats are now on the road for the next four games. The road trip begins this Saturday as Randolph travels to Shenandoah. Game time will be at 5:00 p.m.