The Lady Hawks went on the road this past Tuesday, Oct. 9 in Monterey and shut out the Monterey Peninsula College Lobos by a final score of 3-0.
“We did what we had to do,” head coach Sissi do Amor said. “This was a game we needed to win.”
Forward Melissa Aboud, the team leader in points, added to her point total with an assist to Sarah Felicitas early in the game to bring it up to 19 points.
Later in the first half, sophomore forward Gleiziani Fonseca added to the lead with a goal of her own. It was her third goal of the season and it put the Hawks up 2-0.
The Lady Hawks played good sound defense in the first half and carried it over to the second half of the game.
“The chemistry was good and they executed the things we have been practicing,” do Amor said.
The second half was identical to the first, with LPC dominating the time of possession and not
Head Coach Sissi do Amor gives the Lady Hawks a pep talk during the intermission of the match against San Francisco City College giving Monterey any chance to gain momentum.
Christi Wallace sealed the victory with her first goal of the season towards the end of the game
to make the score 3-0.
“It was a good win for us and hopefully this gives us momentum going into the game against Evergreen who is very tough,” Coach do Amor said.
The Evergreen Valley College Lady Hawks boast a 10-2-1 over-all record, one of the top records in northern California.