Alyssa Molano


Stony Brook senior defender Hannah Groth sent a corner kick into the six-yard box that fellow senior forward Lindsay Hutchinson found. Hutchinson’s shot was cleared off but the ball came straight to midfielder Lea Kalmbach, who side-footed it, flying it past Wagner goalie Jessica Wilm to the back of the net. It was Kalmbach’s first goal of the season, 17 minutes into the match. “The ball just came to my feet,” Kalmbach said. “And the only thought I had was just shoot.” Stony Brook Women’s Soccer played Wagner Sunday afternoon, starting the game with Kalmbach’s unassisted goal. Stony Brook also outshot Wagner 11-1. Autumn Clark had Wagner’s lone shot on goal, but it was easily denied by Stony Brook’s goalie Cara Gallagher, who largely went unchallenged throughout the game. Stony Brook Head Coach Brendan Faherty was not satisfied with the game’s first period, though. “Our spacing wasn’t very good. I…