SALISBURY, Md. - The Salem College soccer team kicked off against a strong St. Thomas offense Saturday afternoon where the Spirits fell 4-0.
It did not take long for the Tommies to get on the board scoring less than seven minutes into the contest. This goal opened up the shooting for St. Thomas as they rocketed four in a row toward the net. The Tommies would strike a second time as the clock closed in on the 21st-minute. The first half would end with STU leading 2-0.
Less than three minutes into the second half, the Tommies had scored a third time. Hannah Huskey would look to close the gap sending a header over the cross bar in the 57th-minute. STU would find the net for the final time in the 72nd minute taking the contest 4-0. The Tommies would out-shoot Salem 20-4.
-Hannah Wagner again notched a high number of saves with seven in the game.
The Spirits will play in front of the hometown fans when Bob Jones head to Salem on September 4th.