SATURDAY, OCTOBER 04, 2003
Women's Soccer Falls To Georgia State, 7-3
Oct. 4, 2003
1 2 F Jacksonville (4-6, 2-1 A-Sun) 1 2 3 Georgia St. (10-2, 2-0 A-Sun) 3 4 7
Goals: JU- Courtney Hardy (Jenny Borschel) 15:12, Ranveig Aas-Hanssen (unassisted) 81:42, Ranveig Aas-Hanssen (Ashley Reilly) 84:34, GSU- Amber Collins-Cephars (Lauren Chavez) 8:48, Sarah Feske (Brooks Daniel) 23:35, Tenisha Cohen (Lauren Chavez) 32:12, Brooks Daniel (Dana Van Winkle) 50:30, Amber Collins-Cephars (Lauren Chavez) 55:13, Amber Collins-Cephars (Dana Van Winkle) 60:09, Dana Van Winkle (unassisted) 70:16. Shots on Goal: JU- 7, GSU- 10. Corner Kicks: JU- 1, GSU- 8. Saves: JU- 3 (Jennifer O'Malley 2, Stephanie Lounsberry 1), GSU- 4 (Alexa Pasquarelli 2, Cassie Coggins 2).
ATLANTA, Ga. - Sophomore forward Ranveig Aas-Hanssen (Skien, Norway) scored a pair of goals, but was not enough as Amber Collins-Cephars of Georgia State recorded a hat trick as the Dolphins fell to the Panthers, 7-3, Friday in A-Sun women's soccer action. Sophomore midfielder Courtney Hardy (Austin, Texas) scored her first goal of the season for JU, which falls to 4-6, and 2-1 in A-Sun play.
Collins-Cephars put Georgia State (10-2, 2-0 A-Sun) on the board in the eighth minute when she scored on a header off a pass from Lauren Chavez, who had three assists on the day. Hardy tied the match in the 16th minute with a score as freshman Jenny Borschel (St. Petersburg, Fla.) picked up the assist on the play. Sarah Feske and Tenisha Cohen added goals in the 24th and 33rd minute, respectively, to give the Panthers a 3-1 halftime lead.
Georgia State continued their scoring attack early in the second half as Brooks Daniel extended the lead to three in the 51st minute. Collins-Cephars added a pair of goals, while Dana Van Winkle scored in the 71st minute to give the Panthers a 7-1 lead.
Aas-Hanssen ended the run by scoring in both the 82nd and 85th minute. Freshman Ashley Reilly (Orlando, Fla.) assisted on Aas Hanssen's second goal.
The Dolphins return to action when they play at Mercer in an A-Sun match on Sunday, Oct. 5 at 1:00 p.m.
2003 WOMEN'S SOCCER