Levinski Paces Ladies Over Grambling, 4-0
Wednesday, October 1, 2003

Ruston, La.—The Centenary Ladies soccer team won its second straight contest by downing Grambling State, 4-0, on Wednesday afternoon. Mindi Levinski collected six points in the contest on two goals and two assists as she played a part in all four Centenary scores.

Centenary (4-6-1, 0-1 Mid-Con) claimed its first goal at the 22:30 mark in the first half when Levinski sent a corner kick into the box. Angela Tryba finished the play by sending a header past the GSU keeper to put the Ladies on the board.

Just 1:46 later, Levinski blasted a shot into the net from eight yards out off a pass from Rebecca Swilley. The tandem hooked up again in the 65th minute when Levinski took another corner and Swilley tapped it into the left side of the goal.

The scoring ended when Levinski drove home a penalty kick that was awarded to Centenary as a result of a handball with a little more than 15 minutes left in the match. Levinski now leads the Ladies in scoring with four goals and four assists on the season.

Centenary keeper Lindsey Stafford posted her second consecutive shutout in the victory as she collected one save on the afternoon.

Grambling (2-9) managed only three shots on the afternoon while allowing 22 shots to Centenary to go along with 12 corner kicks.

The Ladies look to extend their current win streak to three games when they host Alabama A&M at Mayo Field on Friday at 3 p.m. The game was originally scheduled for Saturday, but was rescheduled at the request of Alabama A&M.