Tuesday marked the last game for the 2018 women's soccer season. The girls had fought hard all season and managed to have a 2-3 record, despite a first year head coach, only one sophomore and having to drop to club status before the beginning of the season. That lone sophomore was Emily Crosby-Pisczek (Phillipsburg), who was honored before the game against Bucks County Community College.
Crosby-Pisczek made the most of her sophomore day by scoring in the first few minutes of the match. Veni Petrova (FR, Hatboro Horsham) had the assist on the goal. However, things would slow down from there. Bucks would answer quickly and then some, bringing the score to 3-1 at halftime.
Crosby-Pisczek's goal would prove to be the only goal of the match for the Mustangs and the final score would end at 8-1. The game was ended early due to worsening field conditions. Despite the loss, Jess Tolkacz (FR, North Penn) would finish the game with eight saves, including a penalty kick save.
Even though the team finished with a 2-4 record, they saw massive improvement from the first game this season. The team is looking forward to taking that momentum into the 2019 season.