Women's Soccer Falls to Lehigh, 4-1, at Penn Invitational
Courtesy: SJU Athletic Communications  
Release:  09/12/2010

Sept. 12, 2010

Box Score

PHILADELPHIA - The Saint Joseph's women's soccer team dropped its second-straight game at the Penn Invitational, falling 4-1 to Lehigh Sunday afternoon in the consolation game.

The Hawks jumped on the board first as junior Jen Pfeiffer tallied her sixth goal of the season in the 26th minute. Saint Joseph's freshman Mo Hawkins centered the ball into the Lehigh box where Pfeiffer tracked it and pushed the ball past the goal line at 25:58 to open the scoring.

Saint Joseph's (2-4-0) kept a one-goal edge heading into the second half, but the Mountain Hawks quickly erased the deficit as Liz Carlos tied the game on a penalty kick at 47:14.

A pair of goals by Glynn Fitzer gave Lehigh the lead, with her first tally coming at 53:15 and second at 56:28.

Lehigh (2-1-1), which got a fourth goal from Murphee Greeley at 64:45, held the Hawks to just three shots in the second half to earn the come-back win.

Individually, juniors Steph Lawall and Maggie Lupinski earned All-Tournament Team honors. Pfeiffer's goal moved her into a tie for third all-time, matching Megan Schutt's mark of 20 from 2003-06.

The Hawks return to action at Fairleigh Dickinson on Friday at 7 p.m.