|WOMEN'S COLLEGE SOCCER: TIOGA GRAD PAHLMANN, SVEC ALUM SLOCUM FINISH UP FRESHMEN SEASONS AT TC3 (2017-11-09)
Valley Sports Report
DRYDEN Tioga grad Justice Pahlmann, and SVEC alum Katie Slocum both freshmen on the Tompkins-Cortland Community College womens soccer team saw their initial college season come to an abrupt end with an upset loss in the opening round of the NCJAA Region III playoffs.
The seventh-seed Lady Panthers dropped a 2-1 decision to Mohawk Valley CC to finish the season at 10-6.
Slocum recorded seven saves in net in the loss.
Candor grad Angela Martone scored TC3s lone goal in the game on a header, off a free kick into the box from Candor grad Emily Potter.
For the season, Pahlmann shared the team lead with six goals, and in game-winning goals with two. She also had two assists, and was second on the team with 14 points.
Pahlmann had 36 shots on the season, including 22 shots-on-goal for a .611 on-goal percentage.
Slocum started eight games in net for TC3, and appeared in 10 overall. She posted a 6-3 record, and recorded 49 saves, while allowing just nine goals. She posted two shutouts.
IN PHOTO: Justice Pahlmann (left) and Katie Slocum.
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