Roundup: Cummings scores 3 in Wesley women’s soccer victory

Aleya Cummings netted a hat trick as the Wesley College women’s soccer blanked Washington Adventist University at home on Wednesday by a final score of 4-0.

Cummings, a Caesar Rodney High graduate, would start the scoring early in the first half for the Wolverines. Five minutes into the game, Aline Check would play a through-ball past the Shock defense and Cummings would rip it past the Shock goalkeeper. Then in the 30th minute, Cummings would steal the ball away from the Shock defense off a failed clear and blast the ball into the back of the net.

Janiah Moore, another CR product, would add the third goal of the game just over a minute later as she would make a move in the box and curl the ball near post around the goalkeeper.
Two minutes into the second half, Cummings would net her third and final goal of the night from a long through-ball played in by Jaimilyn Snyder from the midfield.

Amanda Deputy and Krista Salvadore split halves and combined for four saves on the night to complete the shutout for the Wolverines.

College field hockey

Virginia Wesleyan 3, Wesley 1: The Wolverines tied the game in the second half but let up a pair of goals in the nonconference matchup.

The Wolverines set up a play off of a penalty corner by Kaila Hindt early in the second half. Morgan Gannon received the penalty corner and passed it back to Hindt who hit it past the Marlin keeper to nod up the game. It was Hindt’s first goal and Gannon’s first assist of the season

The Marlins answered back with two unanswered goal to take the decision away from the Wolverines.

Sidney Knott made nine saves in goal while Bridget Wood came in late in the game to stop four Marlin shots.

UD’s Oltmans recognized: Emmeline Oltmans continues to receive recognition for her outstanding play this past weekend as the senior was named the NFHCA Division I Defensive Player of the Week.

Oltmans was also named the CAA Player of the Week following a clutch performance over then-No. 2 and previously undefeated Penn State Sunday.

The goalie led then-No. 6 Delaware (6-1) to the 2-0 shutout victory while making eight saves, including a stop on a penalty stroke in the 52nd minute. Oltmans helped the Blue Hens shutout a top-four opponent for just the second time in program history and first in the last 30 years.

Oltmans is the Blue Hens career leader for minutes played (4911:44) and wins (54) and is seventh all-time with 10 shutouts and ninth with 248 saves.


Christiana 3, Woodbridge 1: The Blue Raiders dropped the nonconference contest 25-15, 19-25, 25-20, 25-23.

St. Thomas More 3, Delaware Academy of Public Safety and Security 0: In a game played on Tuesday, the Ravens won in straight sets.

Set scores were 25-4, 25-22 and 25-7.

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