Georgetown News
Women's Soccer - Sat, Sep. 21, 2013

Georgetown College women's soccer was looking to get off a scoring snide and despite allowing an early goal the Tigers dominated.

Midway College scored in the first 10 minutes on a one-on-one with the keeper. Lorna Mason hit a passing shot, but it was all Georgetown from there. Amanda Hasl's second goal 10 seconds into the second half was the nail in the coffin of a 4-1 victory.

"Slow start, but glad to see after we gave up that goal we found our energy and drive," said GC coach Leah Crews Castleman. "We spread the ball around and got a lot of our players that feel of a goal. It was awesome to see Amanda score twice."

The freshman had a one-on-one with the keeper just before halftime for her first and then intercepted a pass by an Eagle defender for her second. She barely controlled the ball before she took the shot just outside the 18 for a ball that floated over the Midway goalie.

Junior Becca Dietrich leveled the game at one off a set piece from a corner. Bea Cameron set in the ball, bending it far post. Dietrich ran on and finished the ball. Senior Tara Joseph set up the winning goal as she tapped the ball wide on the left side of the box. Her touch gave her space for a beautiful cross that sophomore Sarah Hencke finished.

The Tigers return to action 6 pm Wednesday against Mid-South Conference rival Campbellsville University at Toyota Stadium.

 
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