Greensboro and Guilford College both working to be winners in women’s soccer

Posted by Andy Durham on October 26, 2009 at 2:40 pm under College | Comments are off for this article

Greensboro, NC – Freshmen Mary Reinhardt (Winston-Salem, NC/Mount Tabor) and Cara Wilcox (Charlotte, NC/Mallard Creek) both had a goal and an assist as Greensboro College shut out Peace College, 4-0, at Pride Field on Saturday. Tessa Hall dished two assists for The Pride, which improved to 8-6-1 and 5-1-1 in the USA South.

Meredith Kelly (Snow Camp, NC/Southern Alamance), another freshman, got The Pride on the scoreboard in the 37th minute. She finished counter attack started by Hall.

Wilcox, who now has a team-leading seven goals for GC, tallied on a similar play in the 41st minute that was also assisted by Hall. GC held a 2-0 edge at halftime.

Reinhardt assisted Michelle Reger (Mahopac, N.Y./Mahopac) in the 52nd minute for the home team’s next score. A little more than one minute later, Wilcox fed Reinhardt on a breakaway for the game’s final goal.

GC out shot the visiting Pacers, 40-2, and led in corner kicks, 6-0. Katie Allegro (Statesville, NC/West Iredell ) got her sixth shutout of the season and did not have to make a save.

Sherry Revels made 13 saves for Peace (1-13, 1-6).

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Guilford College played 21st-ranked Washington and Lee University to a 1-1 overtime tie Saturday night in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference women’s soccer match.

The Quakers’ Bri Eilman scored in the 71st minute to knot the score at 1-1 and force extra time. Eilman’s team-leading seventh goal of the season marked just the second allowed by the league-leading Generals’ in ODAC play.

Washington and Lee (12-1-2, 8-0-2 ODAC), ranked 21st in this week’s adidas/National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division III Poll, got on the board in the 35th minute when Maggie Sutherland headed in Page Minton’s corner kick.

The Generals outshot Guilford, 33-4, and had a 13-0 edge in corner kicks. Guilford goalie Kat Adams made 13 saves, two in overtime. Emily Leary stopped two shots for the Generals.

Guilford returns to action Wednesday (10/28) at 6:00 p.m. versus league-rival Emory & Henry College.


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