SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2005
Women's soccer falls to Coastal Carolina, 3-2
Sept. 11, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.- - Freshman Keri Zwikker and Katie Orr scored their first goals of the season, but Coastal Carolina scored late in the second half to defeat the Jacksonville University women's soccer team, 3-2, Sunday afternoon in the final game of the JU/Best Western Invitational.
"Overall I was very pleased with the game and effort of our team," said head coach Chris Kouns. "I was also very pleased to today to see Angela Hulse, Heidi Dettmer, Hilary Bricken and Lavine play through injuries. Most of these girls are freshman so I was happy they batted though."
At the 19:45 mark in the first half, Orr scored a header from a corner kick by freshman Michelle Lavine to give the Dolphins (0-3-2) the 1-0 lead.
The Chanticleers (5-1) tied the game around the four-minute mark in the first half with Bobbie Parsons scoring off a junior Michelle Kimotek deflection.
Redshirt sophomore Stephanie Elgie set up a nice ball for Zwikker to breakaway down the field and score on to give the Dolphins a 2-1 advantage. The lead would last only 14 seconds as the Chanticleers Kristine Kingsbury scored to tie the game.
The Chanticleers scored at the eight-minute mark and quashed the Dolphins offensive to earn the win.
"Coastal was well-coached today," Kouns said.
"Zwikker has a goal and four assists for the season and Lavine added her second assist of the year," commented Kouns. "It is cool to watch their success."
"We are on the track of turning the corner and playing really well," Kouns said. "The key is to stay healthy."
The Dolphins travel to play Tennessee Tech on Friday, Sept. 16 at 9 a.m. in the Georgia State Invitational.
2005 WOMEN'S SOCCER