posted on November 13, 2009 14:26
DALLAS, Texas-- The University of Mobile women's soccer team saw its season come to an end at the NAIA Unaffiliated Tournament Friday, falling 2-0 to NAIA No. 3 William Carey University.
Mobile (10-10-1) defeated College of St. Mary and Carroll College in the first two rounds to advance to Friday's championship contest, but could not match the Lady Saders.
William Carey set the tone with a goal just four minutes into the game. Later in the half, Mobile picked up a red card and was forced to play the remainder of the game a man down. WCU then capped the scoring with another goal in the 25th minute of the opening half.
Mobile played better in the final 45 and had chances, but could not capitalize. William Carey advances to the NAIA National Championship.
DALLAS, Texas-- The University of Mobile women's soccer team defeated Carroll College 1-0 at the NAIA Unaffiliated Tournament Wednesday afternoon.
Mobile (10-9-1) will battle NAIA No. 3 William Carey University Friday, Nov. 13 at 12:00 for the tournament championship and a bid to the NAIA National Championship.
Carroll College entered the game receiving 54 votes in the latest NAIA Top-25, good enough for a No. 29 ranking. The Lady Rams answered the bell with a stout defensive effort as the teams battled to a scoreless tie at the half.
Then, in the second half, Christy Lachappelle and Terri McCreadie worked the give-and-go for the winning goal. McCreadie took the ball from Lachappelle and went top corner to beat the keeper.
That is Mobile's 6th shutout of the season.
DALLAS, Texas-- The University of Mobile women's soccer team defeated St. Mary 4-1 at the NAIA Unaffiliated Tournament in Dallas Tuesday.
The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference and three other conferences are teaming up for the tournament with games remaining Wednesday and Friday. The tournament champ will advance to the 2009 NAIA National Championship. The Lady Rams (9-9-1) will face Carroll College Wednesday at 2:30 pm. The tournament is single-elimination.
Kassie Ruff and Olivia Maddox recorded goals in the first half as the Lady Rams built a 2-1 lead at half time. In the second half, Mobile kept up the pressure, and leading goal scorer Missy Stovall tallied a pair of goals to finish the scoring.
The first-half goal is Maddox's first goal of the season, while Stovall increased her season total to 17 goals.