THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2003
Women's Soccer Rolls Over Belmont, 7-1

Sept. 25, 2003

Box Score

                                1       2       F
Belmont (0-8-1, 0-1 A-Sun)      0       1       1
Jacksonville (3-5, 1-0 A-Sun)   4       3       7

Goals: JU- Ranveig Aas-Hanssen (Inge Heiremans) 14:36, Jenny Borschel (unassisted) 19:03, Hilary Bricken (unassisted) 20:53, Ranveig Aas-Hanssen (Inge Heiremans) 41:12, Ranveig Aas-Hanssen (Inge Heiremans) 46:16, Regan Rone (unassisted) 49:48, Ranveig Aas-Hanssen (Inge Heiremans) 64:36, BEL- Anna Dinwiddie (unassisted) 68:45. Shots on Goal: JU- 20, BEL- 4. Corner Kicks: JU- 7, BEL- 1. Saves: JU- 3 (Sarah Scalese 1, Jennifer O'Malley 2), BEL- 13 (Ali Young 8, Kimberly Price 5).

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Sophomore forward Ranveig Aas-Hanssen (Skien, Norway) tied a school record with a career-high four goals and senior midfielder Inge Heiremans (Tremelo, Belgium) added four assists as the Dolphins rolled to a 7-1 win over Belmont (0-8-1, 0-1 A-Sun) in their A-Sun women's soccer opener Thursday at the Ashley Sports Complex. The seven goals in the match are the most since the Dolphins defeated Howard 9-0 on Sept. 8, 2000. JU snaps a three-game losing streak and improves to 3-5 on the season.

Aas-Hanssen scored her first goal of the afternoon in the 15th minute as she received a pass from Heiremans on the left side and scored from five yards out to make it 1-0. Freshman Jenny Borschel (St. Petersburg, Fla.) scored an unassisted goal less than five minutes later when she took a shot from 10 yards out that got by the keeper.

In the 21st minute, freshman Hilary Bricken (Ft. Myers, Fla.) attempted a high looping shot from 20 yards out on the right side that was out of the reach of the Bruin goalkeeper to make it 3-0. Aas-Hanssen converted again in the 42nd minute as she received a pass from Heiremans and scored from inside the box on the left side to give JU a 4-0 lead after one half of play.

Sophomore Regan Rone (South Amboy, N.J) added a goal and Aas-Hanssen tallied two more in the second half before Anna Dinwiddie got Belmont on the board with a goal in the 69th minute. JU also set a new school record for shots in a single match with 33, and held a 20-4 advantage in shots on goal.

The Dolphins return to action when they host A-Sun opponent Lipscomb on Saturday, Sept. 27 at 2:00 p.m. at the Ashley Sports Complex.