Ladies travel to Trinity and Southwestern for SCAC tilts
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Ladies Soccer (0-8-1,0-4-0)
Trinity (Tex.) (8-0-1,3-0-0)
9/27/2013 | Paul McGinlay Field | Attendance: 238
Ladies Soccer000
Trinity (Tex.)459
TU0:46Emily Jorgens
TU36:02Kelsey Falcone (Kimberly Polasek )
TU37:35Hannah Kuhl
TU43:56Hannah Kuhl (Kirsten Bevan , Hannah Hommel)
TU63:32Michelle Lanier (Brigette Taylor )
TU71:59Emily Jorgens (Endaisia Love )
TU83:22Jordan Leeper (Kimberly Polasek )
TU86:13Yasmeen Farra (Kelsey Falcone , Emily Jorgens)
TU89:33Jordan Leeper (Kelsey Falcone , Emily Jorgens)
CCWSErica Coker72:54615
CCWSLauren Cullen17:0633
TUJanie Thompson45:0000
TULauren Goldberg45:0000
Stats at a GlanceCCWSTU
Shots (on Goal)0 (0)56 (27)
Corner Kicks011

SHREVEPORT, La. – The Centenary women’s soccer team returns to Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play as the Ladies take to the road for a pair of contests with Trinity and Southwestern. The Ladies (2-5-2) face the Tigers at 6 p.m. on Friday and close out the road trip on Sunday at 1 p.m. against the Black and Gold.

Centenary enters the conference weekend following a 2-2, double, overtime tie with Texas College on Tuesday evening at Mayo Field. Carly Slovensky posted by goals for the Maroon and White in the final minutes of the contest to force the two extra periods.

Centenary fired a season-high 21 shots in the contest besting its previous mark of 20 at Wiley College. The Maroon and White placed nine shots on goal in the contest. Slovensky and Atwell combined to take 12 of the shots. The duo is tied for eighth in the SCAC in goals with three each, while Atwell is tied for fifth in league in shots with 24. Madison Alexander also ranks among the leaders in conference in shots with 19 on the year.  

Erica Coker (2-4-1) played all 110 minutes in net for the Ladies in the double OT outing. The freshman recorded seven saves against two goals allowed. Coker sits second in the conference in save percentage at just under 82-percent and is fourth in saves with 40.

Trinity enters the weekend slate sporting a 7-0-1 record. The lone draw on the ledger was a 1-all decision against Claremont on Sept. 6. Southwestern is 2-6 on the year having dropped four of its last five outings.

TU’s Emily Jorgens is tied for the top spot in the conference in goals with seven on the campaign. The Pirates leading scorer, Sarah Bevins ranks 14th with a pair of goals. Devan Osegueda, the Tigers goalkeeper, ranks as the top in the SCAC allowing just three goals on the season and tallying 17 saves en route to an 85-percent save percentage. SU’s Mariah Escajeda has tallied 28 saves on the campaign (75.7 SV %) with nine goals allowed.

Following the weekend’s action, Centenary returns to the pitch on Friday, Oct. 4 as the Ladies host SCAC newcomer Texas Lutheran at 5 p.m. The conference clash is the first of two on the weekend for the Maroon and White as Centenary hosts Schreiner at Noon on Sunday.