Ladies host Trinity and Southwestern in season-long, homestand
Ladies host Trinity and Southwestern in season-long, homestand
Thursday, October 17, 2013
#4 Trinity (Tex.) (14-0, 8-0 SCAC)
Ladies Soccer (3-11-2, 1-8 SCAC)
10/18/2013 | Shreveport, La. | Attendance: 125
Trinity (Tex.)549
Ladies Soccer000
TU10:59Shelby Guenthardt (Kelsey Falcone )
TU13:16Tara Sparks
TU27:57Kelsey Falcone
TU39:50Kirby Peddicord
TU44:50Brigette Taylor (Jennifer White )
TU49:00Brigette Taylor
TU54:45Endaisia Love
TU71:25Endaisia Love
TU75:35Michelle Lanier (Brigette Taylor )
TUKendall Kotara45:0000
TULauren Goldberg45:0000
CCWSLauren Cullen90:00911
Stats at a GlanceTUCCWS
Shots (on Goal)53 (20)0 (0)
Corner Kicks120

SHREVEPORT, La. -- The Centenary women’s soccer team opens a season-long, four-game homestand on this weekend as the Ladies host Trinity and Southwestern in Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference action. Friday’s match against TU is slated for 6 p.m. The SCAC office will also be on campus for the contest as part of the #SCAC8in8 Tour.

In conjunction with the match, the Campus Activities Board and Student-Athlete Advisory Committee are holding giveaways. The first 200 students to Mayo Friday night receive free, Italian ice from Get the Scoop along with spirit flags. The SAAC is holding a drawing for students for a 32”, LED television. The SCAC is also giving away shirts to fans at the contests.

The weekend slate closes on Sunday at Noon against Southwestern.

Carly Slovensky sits atop the Ladies in goals with six this season which is tied for eighth among the conference’s leaders and ranks second on the team in shots with 23. Amanda Atwell is second in scores with three goals and ranks tops with 28 shots.

Erica Coker continues to impress in goal as the freshman leads the conference in saves with 93 averaging 6.64 per contest which stands second in the league. Coker also ranks second in save percentage behind TU’s Devan Osegueda’s 87-percent with a 78.2.

Trinity’s Emily Jorgens leads the conference with 14 goals this season narrowing out Texas Lutheran’s Sioned Kirkpatricks with 13. Southwestern’s Lindsay Jakszta is tied for third in goals scored with TU’s Michelle Lanier and Shelby Guenthardt with nine this season. Jorgens and Lanier also sit first and second in saves with 13 and eight respectively.

The Pirates’ Mariah Escajeda is sixth in the conference in saves with 46 this season and is tied for second in shutouts with Austin College’s Franchesca Lozoya with three.

Following the weekend slate, Centenary closes out the homestand next weekend as the Ladies host the University of Dallas and Colorado College.