OWINGS MILLS — Washington’s field hockey program continued its dominance in the series with Stevenson by scoring a 2-0 victory Saturday night.
The locals improved to 16-3 against the Mustangs, and avenged last year’s 2-0 loss at home.
It was a night of firsts for the winners. Freshman Julianna Sterling and junior Parker Wolf scored their first collegiate goals, junior Grace Steele picked up her first assist and junior net-minder Kayla Zapcic recorded her first win by shutout.
Sterling, who was a four-time All-Bayside Conference performer for James M. Bennett High School in Salisbury, solved senior Kelsey Eure (eight saves) in the 17th minute and Parker netted the insurance goal in the 42nd minute.
Steele was credited with assists on both goals.
Washington (1-2) outshot Stevenson, 17-5, with 10 shots on goal.
Zapcic made five saves.