WSOC: Wildcats Cruise to Their First NEAC Win of the Season.

WSOC: Wildcats Cruise to Their First NEAC Win of the Season.

MARCY, N.Y. - The Wildcat women's soccer team cruised to their first win of the season on Saturday in a 6-1 win over the Wells College Express. Nakeya Stedman (Sauquoit, N.Y.) had a huge day for the 'Cats in the win and two players scored their first goals of the season. The Wildcats record is now 1-2-1 in 2018.


The Express struck first in the game when Mackenzie Maloney scored an unassisted goal in the 28th minute. Nakeya Stedman would tie up the game just 14 seconds later with a goal right off the reset. Stedman would strike again before the half to give the Wildcats a 2-1 lead.

In the second half, the Wildcats continued their dominance, netting four more goals to earn the 6-1 win.


  • Nakeya Stedman had a career day. The senior scored four goals for the Wildcats on six shots. The eight points bring her career total to 102.
  • Alysia Thomas (Greenville, N.Y.) earned her first career win in the game. The sophomore made four saves and allowed just one goal to improve to 1-2-1 this season.
  • Jenna Rogers (Turin, N.Y.) scored her first goal as a Wildcat in the 82nd minute. Rogers scored off a beautiful through ball from Adrianna Marcolin (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.) to push the Wildcat lead to five goals in the closing minutes. Rogers also had an assist in the game.
  • Adrianna Marcolin had a goal and two assists in the game. She now has six points this season on a goal and four assists.
  • Alexis Huff was on the losing end of the decision. The Wells goalkeeper allowed two goals in 45:00 minutes of play.
  • Mackenzie Maloney scored the lone goal of the game for the Express.



The Wildcats will be back in action on Tuesday, September 18th when they travel to Cobleskill to take on the Cobleskill Fighting Tigers. The game is scheduled for a 5:00 PM kick-off. The last meeting between the two teams was a big 12-0 win for the Wildcats.


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