No. 3 Field Hockey overwhelms Southern Virginia on Senior Day

No. 3 Field Hockey overwhelms Southern Virginia on Senior Day

SALISBURY, Md. – The third-ranked Salisbury University field hockey team rolled through Southern Virginia, 6-0, in Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) action on Saturday.  


Final Score: Salisbury 6, Southern Virginia 0
Records: Salisbury (15-1, 4-0 CAC) | Southern Virginia (0-15, 0-4 CAC)
Location: Sea Gull Stadium – Salisbury, Md.

BOX SCORE                        



  • Two minutes into the contest, Meghan Jolikko opened the scoring for Salisbury with a goal from the feed from Rachel Domanico.
  • Domanico would score back-to-back goals in the fifth minute of the game. Domanico's first goal came off a rebound on the initial shot by Jenna Partilla. 48 seconds later, Domanico would redirect a shot by Tara Daddio into the back of the net.
  • McKenzie Mitchell would put Salisbury up 4-0 in the eighth minute of the contest on a penalty corner play off an assist from Rebecca Lloyd at the top of the arc.
  • Grace Fipps would tally the fifth goal of the quarter with just under a minute to go in the quarter when SVU's Kyla Nace couldn't corral and Fipps stole the ball from under her feet.
  • Ariel Limpert scored the final goal for Salisbury in the 57th minute of the game off the initial shot by Emma Jeffries and tapped over in front by McKenzie Jamison.  



  • With the win, Salisbury secures the first seed and first-round bye in the CAC Tournament, which begins on Nov. 2.
  • Prior to the game, Salisbury recognized their senior players and support staff.
  • It is Salisbury's 10th shutout of the season.


  • Salisbury will wrap up the 2019 regular season against the York Spartans on Wednesday, Oct. 30.
  • It is the annual Corners for Cancer game.
  • Game time is set for 6 p.m. at Sea Gull Stadium.
  • Live stats and video are available for the contest.

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