By Dylan Kleintop, Student Reporter
The Central Penn Lady Knights traveled to Trinity Washington and walked away with a crucial 2-1 victory. It was an important game for the women, to prove that they have the talent it takes to win on the road against a quality team.
The Knights got the scoring started when freshman Aleena Griffith knocked in her first goal of the season, with an assist from Kayla Murren. Grifith was the first to react to a bouncing ball in the box after a corner, to put the Knights up 1-0.
Moments later, the Knights scored again when Kylan Krammes slotted the ball home to put the ladies up 2-0 going into halftime.
After the break, Trinity Washington cut the deficit to make it 2-1, but it wasn't enough. The Knights defense was tough throughout and they walked off the field with a 2-1 victory to improve to 5-0.
When asked about her first goal of the season, Griffith stated “it was all luck, the ball was bouncing, and I just kicked it in.”
The Knights have three weeks off before returning to action against Johnson and Wales University on Oct. 12