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Women's Soccer Ends Losing Streak with Win Over W&J

WASHINGTON, PA - Frostburg State University women's soccer ended a two-game losing streak with a 4-1 dominating victory at Washington & Jefferson college on Wednesday night. Led by junior Karen Kotofski's (Northeast/Glen Burnie, Md.) four goals and sophomore Beth Hlebasko's (Linganore/New Market, Md.) three assists the Bobcats improved to 4-3 on the season.

FSU jumped all over W&J scoring three goals in the first ten minutes of the game. Kotofski's goals came in the third minute, the fifth minute and the ninth minute of the first half. She added her fourth goal in the 59th minute. The four goals is one shy of a school record. The hat-trick is Kotofski's sixth of her career, first on the season and also is her 12th multi-goal game of her career, second on the season.

All three of Hlebasko's assists, which is a career high, came from set plays, two on corners and one on a free kick. Assisting on the other Kotofski goal was sophomore Erin Carraghan (Walkersville/Walkersville, Md.).

In goal senior Stephanie Zych (Guilderland/Slingerlands, N.Y.) carried the Bobcats allowing the only goal for W&J on a defensive breakdown with just over a minute left in the game.

The Bobcats out shot the Presidents 16-6 and earned ten corner kicks compared to W&J's one.

NOTE: Kotofski now has 47 career goals at Frostburg State University which is one shy of Amy Foote's career record mark of 48 career goals.

For further information on this release, contact:

Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD  21532-2303

Telephone: 301-687-4371
Fax: 301-687-4780