The Hofstra University women created numerous scoring opportunities but could not convert and Ivey Crain scored both goals for William & Mary in a 2-0 Colonial Athletic Association victory at Hofstra Soccer Stadium in Hempstead, N.Y. on Sunday afternoon.
The Pride (6-4-1, 1-1-0) attempted 18 shots and six corner kicks, but was shutout for the fourth time this season.
Crain put William & Mary (5-4-2, 1-0-1) on the board when she ran down a long pass from Elaina Lonhjohn and worked her way along the endline into the 18-yard box undefended before slotting a tough-angled shot past goalkeeper Skylar Kuzmich 2:34 into the game.
Crain struck again at 56:20 as Longjohn sent a pass from midfield to Ginny Delacruz on the left side. Delacruz sent the ball across the middle to a streaking Crain, who finished the play for a two-goal lead.
William & Mary keeper Zoe Doughty made four saves. Kuzmich stopped two shots.
Hofstra returns to action against Monmouth University at 6 p.m. on Thursday.