Women's Soccer - Sun, Sep. 30, 2012
Georgetown College women's soccer bounced back for its
heartbreaking double overtime loss at Campbellsville Wednesday with a 3-1
victory Saturday night at iHigh Field. The Tigers (5-2, 4-1 Mid-South
Conference) found their offensive power with the most goals in a game all
season over University of the Cumberlands (0-4, 2-7).
It started early as Bea Cameron netted her team high
fourth goal of the season. But, the Patriots quickly responded off a set piece.
Kim Robinson took a corner kick and played it short for Katie Ullery. The
striker took a blast from outside the box that just slipped through GC goalie
Kelsey Givens hands.
The matched stayed level at one until just before the
half when senior Alessandra Jansen found speedy freshman Sarah Hencke for the
lead GC never relinquished.
Jansen added a goal of her own in the second half to
provide a little breathing room.
"It was good to see us come back and play the way we did,"
Castleman said. "We need to see the ball going into the back of the net. We've
been a bit nicked up throughout the year in some of our returning power up top,
but we can't let that stop us."
Georgetown returns to action 8 pm Wednesday against No. 2
Lindsey Wilson College (7-2-1, 4-0).