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Skye Zimmer scored one of her two goals. Photo by Richard Davis
Skye Zimmer scored one of her two goals. Photo by Richard Davis
Women's Soccer - Sat, Oct. 7, 2017

Georgetown College women's soccer shook things up a bit and it made all the difference Saturday against Shawnee State University. The Tigers (6-4-2, 1-1-1) had hit a brick wall in finding ways to finish, but with the right adjustments that was no longer a concern in a 5-0 victory at Toyota Stadium.

Skye Zimmer opened the flood gates in the 27th minute. The sophomore finished with two goals and an assist. Bethany Massey had two goals. Jodi DeJohn had a goal, and Lindsey Dunn finished with two assists.

"We hit a bit of a rough patch, not getting a win in our last four games, and it had been weighing on us," said GC coach Leah Crews Castleman. "We spent the end of this week refocusing and tweaking some things. It paid off today.

"This team has tremendous heart and perseverance. I am proud to be their coach."

All goals came in an 18 minute window highlighted by a buzzer beating shot from Massey. Dunn took a ball wide down the left sideline, bent it in for the cross and Massey was there for the finish.

The Tigers are back in action 1 pm Friday at No. 25 Cumberland University.


 

 
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