Senior Day' Closes Out Season for Ladies Soccer
Thursday, November 1, 2007

SHREVEPORT – For Centenary seniors Cori Dullnig, Bre Fletcher and Ali Hilsher Friday’s match against Western Illinois will mark the end of their collegiate careers. The three seniors have combined to win 29 games in four years, and they have also put their names in several categories in the Centenary record book.


The Ladies are trying to close 2007 on a high note by beating the Westerwinds for the first time since 2004. It will be no small task to defeat WIU, as it is a winner of eight out of its last 10 matches. The Westerwinds have also locked up the No. 1 seed in the Summit League Tournament.


Centenary will look to get back into the win column, after tying South Dakota State 0-0 and dropping a match to North Dakota State 3-0 last weekend. The Ladies last victory came at home against Mississippi Valley State back on Oct. 18, 1-0.


The sophomore tandem of Brittany Brooke O’Neal and Stefani Robbs is leading the Ladies offense with 10 combined goals. While, the defense is backed by Hilsher, who has 87 saves, and has allowed just under a goal and a half per contest.


Western is led by Katelyn Wisner, who has six goals and behind her is Bess Rapp, who has scored five times. The goalkeeping duties have been mainly handled by Meghan Tyk, who has allowed just six goals to get past and she also has 48 stops.


The ‘Senior Day’ festivities will begin prior to the matches start time at 7 p.m.