Newark, Del.-Junior Maegen Doyle (Harwich, England) scored three of her teams four second half goals to help lift the University of Bridgeport women's soccer team to a 4-0 non-conference road win over the host Wilmington (Del.) University Wildcats in the First State on Columbus Day afternoon. The Purple Knights, who are now unbeaten in five matches in a row and winners of three consecutive outings, are now 7-3-1 overall. The Wildcats fall to 6-8-0 so far in 2018.
Doyle's three goals on Monday give her a team best 10 so far this season.
Freshman Anisha Hill (Woking, England) found the back of the net for Bridgeport's other goal in the win over Wilmington. Hill now has four goals on the year.
Bridgeport dominated the run off play all afternoon on Monday, as UB outshot the hosts by a 19-5 margin.
Senior goalkeeper Jennifer Wendelius (Lidingo, Sweden) posted her second straight shutout and fourth clean sheet of the season in Monday's victory. Wendelius now has 25 career solo shutouts in her four years in the Park City, and she has been a part of nine more combined blankings of Bridgeport opponents.
Up next, the Bridgeport women's soccer team will continue its busy schedule when the Purple Knights return to Knights Field on Wednesday evening to host Jefferson University in a non-conference tilt. Action is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m.