Centenary returns to SCAC action at Dallas
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Ladies Soccer (2-5-1, 0-2 SCAC)
at
University of Dallas (3-4, 1-0 SCAC)
9/20/2013 | Irving, TX | Attendance: 120
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Ladies Soccer000
University of Dallas022
Scoring
UDWS1348:00Nicole Johnson (Kayla Nguyen )
UDWS1378:32Nicole Johnson (Mariah Fairbanks )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
CCWSErica Coker90:0029
UDWS13Brigid Hasson90:0005
Stats at a GlanceCCWSUDWS13
Shots (on Goal)9 (5)23 (11)
Saves95
Offsides02
Corner Kicks45
Fouls69
Yellow Cards01

SHREVEPORT, La. – The Centenary women’s soccer team returns to Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference action on Friday, Sept. 20 as the Ladies (2-4-1) travel to the University of Dallas for a 3 p.m. contest.

The Maroon and White are coming off a 3-2 setback to LeTourneau University. Amanda Atwell and Carly Slovensky provided the two goals for the Ladies as Lauren Cullen suffered her first defeat of the season in goal with a pair of saves and two goals allowed.

Atwell ranks among the goal leaders in the SCAC as the Fort Worth, Texas, native sits tied for fifth with three goals on the season. Teammate Madison Alexander is tied for sixth in the conference in assists as the Richmond, Texas, product has dished out two on the year.

The sophomore duo rank among the shot leaders in the league. Atwell has a team-best 16 on the season while Alexander sits one shot back of her teammate.

Freshman Erica Coker enters the conference tilt ranked second in the SCAC in save percentage. The Frisco, Texas, native has warned off nearly 83-percent of the shots against her with 24 saves – which is tied for fourth in the conference. Coker has recorded 529-plus minutes in goal in her first season – which ranks second.

Dallas enters the weekend with a 2-4 record after dropping its last two outings at Rhodes (1-0) and UT-Tyler (4-0).

Nicole Johnson leads a trio of Crusaders in the top 10 in goals in the SCAC. Johnson ranks fourth with four goals on the year while Emily Rogers is fifth and Rebecca Brunter is 10th with three and two goals respectively.

Brigid Hasson ranks eighth in the conference in save percentage at 70-percent while totaling a conference-best 31 saves.

Following the weekend slate, Centenary returns to action on Tuesday, Sept. 24 as the Ladies host Texas College. Match time is scheduled for 6 p.m.

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