Stoll Jumpstarts Women's Soccer's 3-0 Win Over Nyack

Danielle Stoll scored twice, including once in the second minute, during Felician's Oct. 11, 2017, home win over Nyack. (Steven R. Smith)
Danielle Stoll scored twice, including once in the second minute, during Felician's Oct. 11, 2017, home win over Nyack. (Steven R. Smith)

LYNDHURST, N.J. – Senior forward Danielle Stoll (Wanaque, N.J./Lakeland Regional) scored in the second minute to jumpstart Felician University to a 3-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference women's soccer victory over visiting Nyack College on Wednesday evening at the Lyndhurst Recreation Complex.

Stoll finished with two goals and classmate Amanda Nowak (Kolbuszowa, Poland/Lyndhurst [N.J.]) also scored for Felician (4-7-1, 3-5 CACC). Golden Falcon junior midfielder Sami Lederle (Brick, N.J./Brick Memorial) was credited with two assists.

Stoll abruptly ended Felician's 206-minute scoring draught when she got free on a breakaway and tucked a shot in the lower right corner of the net just one minute, 11 seconds, into play. Despite eight addition shot attempts and five corner kick opportunities, Felician settled for that same 1-0 margin at halftime.

It was not until the 60th minute that the Golden Falcons created breathing room. Stoll collected a pass from Lederle and placed a low shot to the left side of the goal. It marked the second multi-goal game of Stoll's career.

Fewer than three minutes later, Felician took full control when Lederle set up Nowak for the latter's seventh of the season. Nyack (1-13, 1-8) got off three shots in the time remaining, with all being saved by Felician freshman goalkeeper Jamie Kazenmayer (Forked River, N.J./Lacey Township).

Kazenmayer earned her third shutout of the season, making five saves. Felician amassed advantages of 15-7 in shots and 8-4 in corner kicks. Stoll led all players on the night with six shots; sophomore Camila Parada (Sogamoso, Colombia/Reyes Patria) got off three for the Warriors.

Nyack freshman keeper Greta Enloe (Leavenworth, Wash./Cascade) stopped three shots.

The victory left Felician in sole possession of eighth place in the 13-team CACC. The top eight teams as season's end will qualify for the conference playoffs; the Golden Falcons have four games remaining. They travel to second-place Holy Family University on Saturday.