2004 Season Recap

In a season where the opposition scored in just six games, the 2004 Salisbury University women's soccer team posted 14 shutouts enroute to recording a 10-6-4 overall record. SU outscored its opponents 32-17 on the year as it held them to just 0.67 goals per game. The Sea Gull offense had eight players score atleast two goals on the year while scoring 32 goals and blasting 327 shots.

SU began the year with a 2-0 win at Villa Julie before dropping a trio of games. The Sea Gulls would then trade decisions for the next four contests. SU concluded its season with eight consecutive shutouts and outscored its opponents 16-0 in that span. Salisbury found itself in yet another CAC semifinal but was eliminated after falling to Mary Washington in penalty kicks.

SU was led on the year by junior fullbacker Ashley Martin, who was named to the All-CAC first team for her performances. Senior fullback Leanne Argue was honored to the All-CAC second team.

Most Valuable Player - Katie Hendrickson
Most Improved - Sharyn MacEwen
Unsung Hero - Dana Verdi
Coaches Award - Natalie Day

SU Statistical Leaders

Goals  
Natalie Day 5
Sharyn MacEwen 5
Heather Pallett 4
   
Assists  
Sara Nickoles 4
Jessica Reed 4
Kate Weaver 4
   
Points  
Natalie Day 12
Sharyn MacEwen 12
Heather Pallett 11
   
Saves  
Katie Hendrickson 101
Samantha Phipps 2

 

 

 

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