Trailing 1-0 at halftime after Katie Keller scored for King, the Tigers rallied in the second half, scoring twice during a three-minute span. Alice Millerchip's goal with 24 minutes remaining tied the score at 1-1 and Catherine Hayden put the Tigers ahead, tallying at the 21-minute mark. Marguerite Sommer set Hayden up for the game-winning goal.
"Sommer was really a catalyst for our offense in the second half," CSH coach Sarah Hill said. "King was a formidable opponent, but we received a very solid performance from everyone."
Behind the aggressive play of Hayden, Millerchip and Sarah Jackmauh, the Tigers drew eight penalty corners in the first half and six in the second half. King, meanwhile, had just two penalty corners, as Meggie Purcell, Tessa Davis and Jackie Grose sparked Sacred Heart defensively.
"Our team played really solid throughout the season," said Hill, who also recognized the strong play of Kayla Souza. "Everyone worked hard and improved so much."