Ladies blank Wiley College
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Ladies Soccer (2-1)
at
Wiley College (0-6)
9/8/2013 | Marshall, TX | Attendance: 75
1st2ndFinal
Ladies Soccer213
Wiley College000
Scoring
CCWS26:22Justine Russell
CCWS31:25Amanda Atwell (Madeline Stokes )
CCWS78:09Kalie Hughes (Madison Alexander )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
CCWSLauren Cullen10:4601
CCWSErica Coker79:1404
CCWSTEAM0:0001
WILEYGabriela Mercado90:0038
Stats at a GlanceCCWSWILEY
Shots (on Goal)20 (11)11 (6)
Saves68
Offsides60
Corner Kicks32
Fouls68

MARSHALL, Texas – The Centenary women’s soccer team picked up its second win of the season with a 3-0 decision over Wiley College on Sunday afternoon. The Ladies move to 2-1 on the season with back-to-back shutouts.

Justine Russell, Amanda Atwell and Kalie Hughes each scored in the contest. Russell and Atwell posted goals in the first half.  

Russell hit her shot from nearly eight yards out off a rebound off the keeper in the 27th minute.  The goal was the first of the season for the Shreveport,
La., native.

Nearly five minutes later Atwell added her second goal of the season off an assist from Madeline Stokes. Atwell provided the game winner against Louisiana College earlier in the week.

Hughes garnered the first goal of her career off an assist from Madison Alexander. The Shreveport, La., product’s goal came from five yards out in the 79th minute.

Erica Coker (2-1) tallied her second win of the season as the freshman played nearly 80 minutes in net and recorded four saves in the contest. Lauren Cullen defended the goal the remainder of the contest recording a save. The duo faced 11 shots in the outing with six coming on goal.

The Ladies took a season-high 20 shots in the affair with 11 coming on goal.

Gabriela Mercado took the loss for the Wildcats garnering eight saves.

Centenary returns to action on Wednesday, Sept. 11 as the Ladies host Austin College in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference pener. The match is scheduled for 5 p.m.

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