Sophomore Hannah Kronick scored twice to break the single-season record for goals scored, and the Johns Hopkins women's soccer team cruised to a 5-0 win against McDaniel at Homewood Field on Wednesday night.
Kronick found the net twice, once in the 63rd minute and again in the 83rd minute, giving her a school-record 21 goals on the season and 40 for her career.
The Blue Jays (13-3-1) also got goals from Sydney Teng, Hope Lundberg, and Taylor Schulte.
Johns Hopkins wraps up the regular season at Gettysburg on Saturday at 7 p.m. The winner will earn the right to host the Centennial Conference tournament.Read more from hopkinssports.com
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