Eddy got into the act as well on Tuesday, netting a pair of goals against the Big Reds. The freshman is the younger sister of Luke Eddy, a freshman at Division 1 Elon.
Her older sister, Cris, plays college volleyball at West Virginia Wesleyan. Kate Eddy hopes to one day make an impact for the Patriots like her older siblings.
"I look up to them," Kate Eddy said. "I try and be the best I can to represent my family good. I try my hardest on the field. They are my role models. I hope to one day be as good as they are."
Johnson indicated Eddy has come a long way in her first season in the GW program.
"It was great," said Johnson, of Eddy's two goals. "She has been dying to score. Whenever she comes out on the field she is like 'I want to score today.' She netted a couple today and I'm happy for her.
"She scored a few earlier in the season. In the beginning of the season, she wasn't a starter. Obviously, she has been playing amazing and earned her starting position as a freshman, which is great. She has a lot of confidence."
While GW has been showing balance with their goals, they have a standout goalkeeper in junior Olivia Miller. A James Madison recruit, she has recorded 11 shutouts in the 15 games the Patriots have played.
"Olivia, I'm going to say she's the best goalie in the state," Johnson said. "She's great. She has saved us a few times today and all season. We know we can always count on her."