Soccer Ladies Remain Undefeated at Home
Sunday, October 3, 2004


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UALR vs. Centenary Box Score

Shreveport—No stranger to overtime, the Centenary women’s soccer team downed visiting Arkansas-Little Rock 2-1 in their fifth overtime match of the season. The Ladies are undefeated at home this year, compiling a 4-0 record at Mayo Field.

Centenary (8-3-1, 2-1) outshot the Trojans 20-14, but found themselves down by one early in the match. UALR (1-9-1) was able to capitalize on their first corner kick attempt, scoring in the 11th minute off a beautiful set by Roxanne Frilot to Stacie St. Julian.

The Ladies regrouped and knotted the score at one-a-piece on a Rebecca Swilley goal in the 22nd minute. Her bending shot from the top of the box was too much for the Trojan keeper to handle, soaring over her head into the back of the net. The goal was the fifth of the year for Swilley, a career high.

Centenary didn’t waste much time in the extra frame, scoring at the 95:22 mark. Freshman Tara Sageser added to her team high eight goals, ripping a shot from 18 yards out to seal the match for the Ladies.

Between the pipes, Ladies keeper Lindsey Stafford had another solid outing. She added 10 saves to her season total of 75 and notched her eighth win of the season. Stafford has allowed only one goal in her last three appearances.

The Ladies continue their six-match homestand on Tuesday as they host Grambling State at 7:00 pm at Mayo Field. Centenary defeated Grambling 4-0 last season.