Brevard College – Brevard, NC
1 p.m. Sunday, March 10.
Salem scores all five goals back-to-back, fighting to get the lead.
- 1st Goal – Sophomore Collette Vladmimery scored off of a free position shot to get Salem rolling in the second half.
- 2nd Goal – Collette Vladmimery assisted by Mackenzie Hester.
- 3rd Goal – First year, Teia Horton with a free position shot.
- 4th Goal – Senior, Logan Bowling with another successful free position shot for Salem.
- 5th Goal – Collette Vladmimery with her third goal of the night was assisted by Teia Horton.
Salem accounted for 11 shots compared to Brevard's total of 30.
Salem accounted for 35 turnovers to Brevard's 24 throughout the game.
Brevard won 6 face-offs compared to Salem's 10 face-offs.
Hannah Ostlund recorded a huge total of 31 saves this weekend, breaking her personal record against Piedmont with a total of 19 saves.
BREVARD, NC — The Spirits experienced a hard-fought USA South Conference loss, 10-5, to the Brevard Tornados at Ives-Leme Family Field on Sunday afternoon.
"The team played with determination, heart, and grit this weekend facing these two teams," Interim Head Coach Emma Rose said. "We will continue to put the pieces together and keep working hard for next week."
In the first half of the game, the Tornados took a 5-0 advantage before the Spirits stormed back. Thanks in large part to a hat trick by Collette Vladmimery, who scored three goals in the first five minutes of the second half, Salem made up tremendous ground — trailing by only one point 6-5.
But in the last eight minutes of the game, Brevard scored another four goals and secured its first conference victory of the year.
The Salem Spirits will return to action at 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 13 facing Greensboro at home.