Junior Andrew Wascavage has been the goalkeeper of record in all eight of Towson’s games this season, compiling a 5-3 record while ranking 21st in Division I in goals-against average (9.04) and 24th in save percentage (.532).
But coach Shawn Nadelen said the plan is to continue to split halves between Wascavage and fifth-year senior Travis Love.
“I think we’ll still look to tinker,” Nadelen said Monday. “We have a great goalie in Travis as well. I just think it was something that you feel out during a game. You go with your gut sometimes and it works, and sometimes it doesn’t. We were fortunate to have it work in our favor against Delaware. But Travis is still competing and battling and getting ready to play when we need him to. Whether it’s starting a game or coming in at halftime, he’s still a huge part of this team’s ongoing success.”