WILMINGTON, North Carolina – UNCW scored the final three goals of the game to erase a 1-0 first period deficit and top visiting Campbell, 3-1, in a women’s soccer exhibition game on Monday at the UNCW Soccer Stadium.

The game kicked off shortly before 9 p.m. following several lightning delays.

The Camels opened the scoring in the first period when Kine Thorsvik took a touch past a Seahawk defender and broke in on goal alone. Her shot was deflected by keeper Carolyn Huddy, but momentum carried the ball inside the left post for the goal at the 16:51 mark.

The Seahawks drew even early in the opening minute of the second period when Natalie Winslow was pulled down in front of the CU goal on a cross from the right side. Katie O’Donnell calmly slotted her penalty shot to knot the game at 1-all 45 seconds into the period.

Lexie Krall broke the deadlock for UNCW with just over 10 minutes left in the middle period. Krall was finished off a scramble in front of the goal after CU keeper Samantha Lawson turned aside several close range shots by UNCW. Krall collected a rebound and chipped it into an open goal from five yards out.

UNCW closed out the game’s scoring with 23 minutes left on the clock when Katrina Guillou launched a salvo from 25 yards out that tucked itself just under the cross bar for a 3-1 lead.

The Seahawks held a 17-9 advantage in shots.

UNCW closes out its exhibition slate on Aug. 17, when it visits Elon for a 7 p.m. start.