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Preview: Ladies Hit Road for Two in ASC Play
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
SHREVEPORT- The Centenary women's soccer team will travel for its first conference action away from Mayo Field when Louisiana College and Mississippi College host the Ladies this coming Thursday and Saturday.

Kick-off at LC will take place in Pineville, La.; beginning at 5 pm Thursday evening and while action is set to begin on Saturday at 2 pm in Jackson, Miss. when the Ladies take on the Choctaws of Mississippi College.

The Ladies (4-3, 2-0) are coming off of its second conference win in a row, beating both Schreiner and Texas Lutheran last weekend. Junior Holden Penney led the Ladies, scoring two goals on the weekend, while senior Candace Rushing and freshman Hannah Pfannenstiel each added a goal. Freshman keeper Brittaney Dunn let just one past her over both matches.

A LOOK AT STATS
Centenary is improving, falling just two goals short of its opponents in goals scored per game (14-16). Penney's five goals and two assists lead the Ladies offensively. Rushing has contributed two goals and two assists, while freshman Carly Slovensky adds two goals and an assist to the offensive attack. Dunn has seen action throughout the entirety of regulation and overtime periods, making 38 saves for a .704 percentage and a 4-3 record with three shutouts.

A LOOK AT LOUISIANA COLLEGE
Louisiana College enters Thursday's match with a 0-6 record overall and a 0-2 record in conference action. The Wildcats have been outscored 35-3 over the first six games. LC suffered losses to both University of the Ozarks and UT-Dallas in ASC play. Louisiana College will take on Mississippi College Tuesday at 2 pm at MC.

A LOOK AT MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE
Mississippi College is 2-3 overall and 1-1 in ASC play. The Choctaws lost to UT-Dallas, but beat Ozarks in conference thus far. MC is even with its opponents in goals scored at six. MC will take on the Wildcats in its next competition.

UP NEXT
Centenary will come back to Shreveport for a four-game home set when it takes on LeTourneau, ETBU, McMurry, and Hardin Simmons, all in conference play. The home stay will begin on Friday, Sept. 30, at 5 pm with LeTourneau, followed by ETBU the following day at 5 pm as well.