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No. 4 WOMEN'S SOCCER RUNS PAST CONESTOGA, 5-0

No. 4 WOMEN'S SOCCER RUNS PAST CONESTOGA, 5-0

VAUGHAN, Ont – On Grad Night at the Ontario Soccer Centre, the No. 4 Humber women's soccer team (8-0-0, 1st Central) continued its torrid scoring pace to dispatch Conestoga (0-7-1, 6th Central), 5-0, Wednesday evening.

Concluding its 2018 home slate, Humber got on the board early when all-star Rebecca Spratt banged home a beautiful cross from Taylor Thomson.

Not willing to be outdone by her teammate, Giulia Zanardi scored in the 26th minute, converting on a pass from Claudia Piazza.

Before the break, Zoe Longsworth broke free down the left side, racing past defenders and scoring her sixth goal of the season. Humber went into the break leading 3-0.

With Breanna Senfner taking a corner kick, Claudia Piazza banged home a header to give Humber a 4-0 lead at the 72nd mark. Less than five minutes later, Senfner recorded her first goal of the season, bending a deep shot into the back of the net.

Vanessa Fiore and freshman keeper Courtney Nadeau combined for Humber's eighth clean sheet of the season.

Game Notes

  • Before the match, Humber honoured graduating seniors Fatima Fuentes-Martinez, N'neka Harrison, and Emily Tirabassi.
  • Rebecca Spratt moved into fourth all-time fifth all-time on Humber's career scoring list with 19 goals, while Giulia Zanardi tallied her 20th career goal in the win.
  • Zoe Longsworth has six goals this season, a new career-high.
  • Humber has not allowed a regular-season goal in 12 straight matches, a program record.
  • The Hawks extend their regular season unbeaten streak to 18 consecutive matches.
  • Humber improves to 17-0-1 all-time against Conestoga in regular season play.

What's Next?
No. 4 Humber will conclude its regular season series with George Brown (2-4-2, 4th Central) on Oct. 12. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. at Esther Shiner Park.