Surf Ride A Wave Of Goals Vs. Mutiny

NY Surf, UWS

New York Surf got the second win of its inaugural United Women’s Soccer season with a 4-2 win over New England Mutiny.

Before the home crowd at SUNY Maritime College, New York started its scoring onslaught early when in the 8th-minute midfielder Flo Gamby sent a ball into the area for Jordan Clark, who was able to redirect a header into the back of the net for an early 1-0 advantage.

Five minutes later, Surf would extend its lead as forward Erica Murphy used some crafty footwork to put away her first goal as a member of NY Surf.

New England would cut the lead to one in the 29th minute, but forward Maegen Doyle responded for NY Surf in the 54th minute to give her team back a two-goal edge, 3-1. Doyle continued her stellar play into the 59th minute, setting up Albania international Furtuna Velaj to hang a 4-1 tally on the scoreboard.

The Mutiny did climb back within a two-goal deficit in the 73rd minute behind a successful penalty conversion but could get no closer.

After this weekend, NY Surf returns home to SUNY Maritime College on Saturday, June 10, hosting the New York Magic at 2 p.m.