WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - The University of Pennsylvania women's soccer team packed its clean sheets forthe trip to Virginia, recording its fifth shutoutin as many matches this seasonin a0-0 draw with William & Mary on Friday night.
Kalijah Terilli made the three saves she was called upon for, including two in the second half as the Quakers moved to 4-0-1 this season and remained the only team in the nation to not have allowed a goal in 2013. The shutout is the third solo clean sheet for Terilli.
Penn outshot the Tribe, 18-8, and forced Caroline Casey to make seven stops in the contest. In addition, Wiliam & Mary (3-1-3) -- which played its fifth overtime match this season -- also had a defensive save in the game, when a defender cleared a shot by Kerry Scalora on an empty net. Clara Midgley had four shots in the match to lead Penn, while Megan York and Laura Oliver had three apiece.
Penn returns to action on Sunday, playing Old Dominion at 1 p.m. in Norfolk, Va.
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