Women's Soccer Sophomores Part of 19 Wins Last Two Seasons



Mercer women’s soccer honored their three sophomore players at their final regular season home game on Saturday, September 30th, an 11-0 win vs Lackawanna.  The Vikings three sophomore players are Liz Kelley (West Windsor, NJ/West Windsor South), Victoria Woodruff (Hamilton, NJ/Steinert) and Hannah Worrell (Florence, NJ/Florence Twp. Memorial).  Kelley, Woodruff and Worrell were members of the 2022 women’s soccer team that had the first undefeated regular season in program history, going 15-0.  The three sophomores have been a part of 19 wins for women’s soccer over the past two seasons.



Kelley is a forward and has scored four goals in two seasons.  Kelley is a Psychology major.  Woodruff is also a forward and has three goals and two assists in two seasons.  Woodruff is a Business Studies-Entrepreneurship major.  Hannah Worrell is a midfielder has had one goal and one assist this season.  Worrell is an Exercise Science major.



The Vikings earned a bye into the Region 19 Championship game on October 28th and will take on the winner of Essex vs Lackawanna.  Kelley, Woodruff and Worrell will try to lead Mercer to a Region title this season after falling to Sussex 1-4 in the 2022 championship game.


Thank you to these three sophomore players for the time and hard work they have put into women's soccer the past two seasons.


To view the women's soccer news, roster, or schedule, visit: https://www.mccc.edu/athletics_women_soccer.shtml




Victoria Woodruff (center) with Assistant Coach Brynn Wilfing (left) and Assistant Coach Karissa Estelle (right)



Midfielder Hannah Worrell on Sophomore Day


Liz Kelley (center) with Assistant Coach Brynn Wilfing (left) and Assistant Coach Karissa Estelle (right)