Meadville, Pa. – The College of Wooster women's soccer team wrapped up its North Coast Athletic Conference regular season with a 3-0 shutout over Allegheny College on Wednesday.
Senior Erica White once again shined in this one, leaving her mark on each score with two goals and one assist. Sophomore Mila Zunich hit the game winner and broke the scoreless tie in the 24th minute as her shot deflected off a defender and went past the goalie.
The 1-0 score stuck until halftime before White made it a 3-0 game in a matter of four minutes. She scored in the 56th minute on a shot from 15 yards out and later again in the 60th minute.
White now has 31 points on the season with 14 goals and three assists.
Wooster outshot Allegheny 16-7. Both teams took two corner kicks.
For the seventh time this season Wooster held their opponent without a goal. Maddy Ireton started and picked up her second win of the season. Molly Hutter entered in the second half and collected Wooster's only save of the game.
Allegheny fell to 6-10-2 overall and 1-5-2 in the conference with the loss.
Wooster finished 6-2 in the NCAC and is guaranteed a top-two spot when the season concludes Saturday. It'll be their highest finish in the conference since 2012 when they finished in second place.
The Scots improved to 10-3-3 overall and will look to improve that further when they host Thomas More College on Saturday in their regular season finale.