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Navy Sails Past Howard with 6-0 Win -

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – In the final non-conference game of the regular season for the Navy women’s soccer team, the Mids recorded an emphatic 6-0 win over Howard University at home on Monday night. Playing at the Glenn Warner Soccer Facility, the Mids (8-3) scored three goals in each half on their way to the victory versus the Bison (1-6). Six different Navy players netted goals, while four more tallied assists on Monday. “We played with a lot of energy, connected a lot of passes, controlled the possession, had a very good shooting percentage and scored a lot of nice, well-developed goals. Source:

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