By James Vallone
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -- The Shorter women's soccer program wrapped up the 2012 season with a 2-1 victory at Georgia Gwinnett on Saturday.
GGC's Mackenzie Bailey was able to score 76 seconds into the game to give the Grizzlies a quick lead, but Shorter (5-12-1) was able to respond with two goals at the end of the first half.
The Lady Hawks held an 18-9 advantage on shots. The Lady Hawks forced Grizzlies keeper Mo Gutierrez into six saves.
Katie Stachula made the start for the final time this season in goal, adding five saves to her season total. She was able to record 87 saves on the season, which is second best in school history for a single season behind Taylor Hays, who recorded 105 saves in 2011.
The goals were the fourth for Farinha and 11th for Greenwald for 2012. Greenwald, who notched her fourth game winning goal of her senior season, ends her career at Shorter with 26 goals, which ranks second in school history. The 11 goals are also a career high.
Aline Bez Tamiosso attempted eight shots, with four on goal to help dial up the pressure applied by the Lady Hawks.