Dehlia Fynes (Washington Township) scored the game-winning goal with an assist from Angelina Mowad (Washington Township) to lift the Roadrunner women's soccer team to their first win of the season, a 4-3 triumph at Camden County College on Tuesday.
Also contributing goals were Mowad, Siera Rivera (Vineland) and Leigh Swietanski (West Deptford).
Goalkeeper Ally Gebhart (Delsea) recorded four saves for the win.
Coach Megan Ruttler's team battled back from a 2-0 first half deficit to pick up the win and improve to 1-2 overall.
Following the rough start, Ruttler commented:
"We were much more intense and applied consistent high pressure. We've been working on passing patterns to get into the attack. We were very successful with that today."
The Roadrunners continue a tough road trip this weekend in Maryland during the Dragon Invitational, where they will meet national powers Howard CC Saturday (1:30 pm) and Anne Arundel CC Sunday (12:30 pm).
Roadrunner women's soccer will play an away match Tuesday, September 10 when they travel to Camden County College in Blackwood, NJ.
Coach Megan Ruttler's Roadrunners will try and bounce back from an 0-2 start following season-opening losses to Mercer and Sussex. The game against the host Cougars is the second in a six-game road trip for RCSJ Gloucester.
Game time is at 3:30 pm.
GAME DAY INFORMATION
RCSJ-Gloucester at Camden CC
September 10, 2019
Camden County College
Megan Ruttler, RCSJ Gloucester
Solomon Jacobs, Camden County
Roadrunners: 0-2 overall, 0-1 Region
Camden CC: 0-1-1 overall, 0-1 Region