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No. 11 Rams Blast Faulkner 4-0

MOBILE, Ala-- The 11th-ranked University of Mobile men's soccer team blasted visiting Faulkner University 4-0 in SSAC West Division action Saturday evening. The Rams (9-2-2, 1-0-1) host William Carey University Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 7:30 pm. Mobile kept the pressure on all game, taking 29 shots overall, including 10 on target. The Rams' defense, meanwhile, limited Faulkner to 6 shots and Jason Williams grabbed 4 saves in the shutout effort.

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Posted in: Men's Soccer

Mobile Takes Opening Set, But Falls To SCAD 1-3

SAVANNAH, Ga-- The University of Mobile volleyball fell to SCAD 1-3 (25-22, 19-25, 20-25, 18-25) on the final day of the SCAD Invitational Saturday. Kelly Sherling paced Mobile offensively with 20 kills and a .255 attack percentage, while Mobile hit only .065 as a team. Sherling added 10 digs and 3 blocks. Alyson Kovacs finished with 8 kills for Mobile, Katy McCollister led with 15 digs, and Kaylee McGrew finished with 17 assists and 11 digs for the Lady Rams.

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Lady Rams Drop Pair To Nationally Ranked Teams

SAVANNAH, Ga-- The University of Mobile volleyball team dropped a pair of matches against nationally ranked teams on day one of the SCAD Invitational Friday. In the opener, Mobile fell to Bellevue 0-3 (19-25, 17-25, 18-25). In the final match of the day, the Lady Rams fell to 5th-ranked UT-Brownsville 0-3 (16-25, 22-25, 20-25). Mobile (12-9) will face host SCAD Saturday at 10 am and 11th-ranked Embry-Riddle at 2 pm.

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11th-Ranked Rams Hold Off UH-Victoria 5-3

VICTORIA, Texas-- The 11th-ranked University of Mobile ousted University of Houston-Victoria 5-3 in non-conference men's soccer action Tuesday. Mobile jumped ahead 3-0 in the opening half while taking 10 shots, and then held on with two more goals in the second half, while UH-Victoria got its offense going. Deshorn Brown opened the scoring in the 10th minute for Mobile when he put home a feed from Stephen Okai, and then Brown made it 2-0 in the 34th minute, when UH-Victoria's goalkeeper mishandled the ball.

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Posted in: Men's Soccer

UMobile Volleyball Blanks Faulkner In SSAC Play

MOBILE, Ala-- The University of Mobile volleyball team blanked Faulkner University in impressive fashion Tuesday, winning 25-5, 25-12, 25-16 in SSAC West Division action. Mobile (12-7, 4-1) travels to Savannah, Ga., for the SCAD Invitational this weekend and will open with Bellevue Friday at 1 pm. The Lady Rams dominated in every face, serving up 20 aces and hitting .291 as a team, while allowing only 1 Faulkner ace and holding the Lady Eagles to  -.013 attack percentage.

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No. 17 UMobile Women Open SSAC Play With 3-0 Victory

JACKSON, Miss-- The 17th-ranked University of Mobile women's soccer team blanked Belhaven University 3-0 to open SSAC West Division play Tuesday evening. The Rams used a dominant first half to set the tone, out shooting the Lady Blazers 17-0 and finishing with a 9-0 edge in shots on target, while tallying a pair of goals in the opening 45 minutes. Missy Stovall opened the scoring for Mobile with a goal in the 14th minute, and seven minutes later, Anna Maddox fed Rebekah Counce for a goal to take a 2-0 lead.

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Posted in: Women's Soccer

Rams Place 7th At SeeMore NAIA Intercollegiate

SAVANNAH, Ga-- The University of Mobile men's golf team finished in 7th place at the SeeMore NAIA Intercollegiate, hosted by SCAD at Wilmington Island Club. It was a three-round tournament at the Par-71, 6715-yard course. The Rams fired an 84-over 936 (311, 323, 302) to finish in 7th, while USC Beaufort won the tournament with a 10-over 862 (292, 286, 284).

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Posted in: Men's Golf

UMobile Women Place 13th At Southern Shootout

BIRMINGHAM, Ala-- The University of Mobile women's golf team finished 13th at the Southern Shootout hosted by Birmingham Southern College at Highland Park Golf Course Monday. The Lady Rams carded a two-round +123 683 (347, 336), while Columbus State won the tournament with a 41-over 601 (296, 305). Shorter University finished 2nd with a 42-over 602 (302, 300).

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Posted in: Women's Golf

Women's Golf Through One Round At Southern Shootout

BIRMINGHAM, Ala-- The University of Mobile women's golf team sits in 14th place after round one of the Southern Shootout, hosted by Birmingham-Southern at Highland Park Golf Course. The Mobile women carded an opening-round 67-over 347, while Columbus State and Birmingham Southern hold down the top two spots with a 16-over 296 and 17-over 297, respectively.

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Posted in: Women's Golf
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