Women’s Soccer Earns 1-0 Victory over Fordham

Sept. 28, 2017

Final Stats

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The George Washington women’s soccer squad picked up their third consecutive home victory when they edged Fordham, 1-0, on Thursday evening at the GW Soccer Field on the Mount Vernon Campus. The Colonials improve to 7-3-1, 2-1 A-10 on the season and hand the Rams (5-4-3, 2-1) their first loss in conference play.

The teams remained in a scoreless deadlock for the entirety of the first half with both backlines holding strong against each other's attack. The Colonials were finally able to find the back of the net just five minutes into the second half when junior midfielder Sofia Pavon put a penalty kick into the upper right corner of the goal far beyond the goalkeeper’s reach. The Buff and Blue defense stayed solid for the remainder of the game, only allowing two shots on goal to cement the GW victory.


  • 50th Minute – With the game scoreless, Sofia Pavon netted her sixth goal of the season to break the deadlock. Off of a penalty kick, Pavon shot the ball into the upper right corner of the goal. (GW 1, Fordham 0)


  • With tonight’s win, the Colonials picked up their third consecutive home victory and their seventh win out of eight games.

  • Pavon’s penalty kick marked the first of the season for the women's soccer squad. Pavon now leads all Colonials with 14 points (6g, 2a).

  • GW held a 9-5 advantage in shots over the Rams, marking the fifth time this season the Colonials outshot their opponent.

  • The Buff and Blue now hold a 7-6-4 edge in the series history against Fordham.

  • Redshirt senior goalkeeper Miranda Horn earned her 24th shutout victory against the Rams and is now only four shutouts shy of passing Lora Mozer (1987-90) for first place on GW’s all-time career shutouts list.


    UP NEXT The Colonials are back at home on Sunday when they welcome St. Bonaventure to the GW Soccer Field on the Mount Vernon Campus for a 1:00 p.m. kickoff.



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