Georgetown News
Women's Soccer - Fri, Oct. 14, 2011
Cathie Shaver pitched her sixth shutout, third inside the conference, helping Georgetown College women's soccer team to a 2-0 win Thursday against St. Catharine College.

Anna Ayers put the Tigers (8-4-2, 4-1 Mid-South Conference) on the board with under five minutes to play in the first half. The junior created the shot opportunity and put it in for the early advantage.

Fellow junior Caitlin Williams got her second goal of the week, giving Georgetown the insurance goal against the Patriots. Williams scored with under seven minutes to go.

"It is another good win for us," said GC coach Leah Crews Castleman. "We have to keep building on this. Cathie is providing a great backbone for us in goal and it is just translating all the way up the field."

The senior has 74 saves on the season, before her two saves Thursday Shaver was ranked 48th in the nation for total saves. She currently sits at third in saves for the conference and fourth in goal against average at 1.42. The Shelbyville native has 74 saves and allowed just 20 goals in 14 games this season.

Williams had a solid week, scoring the first shot Georgetown took Tuesday against Cumberland University, which has been receiving votes in the national poll off-and-on all season.

She finished 100 percent on the week with two shots and two goals.

"Following the difficult time we had scoring against Bryan on Saturday, I felt the team has really come out and responded this week," Castleman said. "In two games we took almost 30 shots, probably more than half on frame and had four goals."

For the week GC took 28 shots and 16 where on goal.

The Tigers return to action Oct. 22 hosting Faulkner. Kickoff is set for noon.

 
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