Women's Soccer - Sat, Nov. 6, 2010
Georgetown College women's soccer team used an array of weapons Saturday in the Mid-South Conference quarterfinals at Toyota Stadium.
The Tigers (12-6) beat St. Catharine College 5-0 to advance to the semifinals Tuesday against University of the Cumberlands.
Senior Chelsea Farley got things going midway through the first half. She beat a defender to give her a one-on-one with the Patriots goalie, who came off her line as Farley sent a passing shot into the back of the net.
The Tigers would really take control in the second half as Tara Joseph, Madison Nation and Sam Owens scored. Joseph netted two while Nation and Owens each had one.
The multiple scorers is not something new for third-year coach Leah Castleman. Sixteen different players have at least one goal this season, while eight have at least three or more.
This is the second straight season for Georgetown and Cumberlands to play in the semifinals. This past year, GC took the win in penalty kicks. The Patriots needed penalty kicks to beat Rio Grande and advance to this year's semifinals to be held at Rio Grande. Kickoff is set for 2:30 p.m.