For the better part of three years, Nottingham senior Gia Girman has shined as brightly as Polaris in the night sky, dominating the Colonial Valley Conference.
But this season has been a challenge for Girman and the Northstars: the senior has been playing all over the pitch, most recently in the back four to help replace her injured twin sister Gabi.
Thursday, though, against the Blue Devils, Girman was unleashed up top in the first half against Ewing, knowing that a major milestone was within reach.
Girman, who came into the contest with 94 career goals, needed just 26 minutes to reach the century mark in a 7-0 Nottingham (3-7-1) victory. She dribbled through, around, and past defenders with ease, scoring the six goals she needed in a flash. Girman then dropped back into the back four for the rest of the half, assisting Maddie Perez’s first goal of the