SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2005
Women's soccer wins final home game of the season over Lipscomb, 8-0
Oct. 16, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.- - Freshman Keri Zwikker scored five goals to set a new single-game record, while freshman Michelle Lavine added five assists to help the Jacksonville women's soccer team defeat Lipscomb, 8-0, Sunday afternoon in Atlantic Sun action at Ashley Sports Complex.
Zwikker's five goals breaks the Dolphins old record held by Trine Riis-Groven and Stine Kloster, who each scored four goals in separate games during the 1998 season. Lavine fell one assist shy of tying the single game record of six assists set by Marit Foss against Alabama A&M in the 2000 season.
Zwikker scored three times in the first half for the Dolphins (6-6-3, 3-2-1 A-Sun). She scored three minutes into the game on the left side of the goal from assists by Lavine and sophomore Stephanie Elgie. Zwikker scored again on the left side at the 38-minute mark by assists from Lavine and freshman Kirby Hutton. She wrapped up the first half by zipping the ball over the goalie's head at the 15-minute mark on assist by freshman Katie Orr. Elgie also added a goal for the Dolphins in the first half with an assist from Lavine.
Zwikker torched the Bison (0-14-1, 0-7-0 A-Sun) for two more goals in the second half on assists from Lavine. Zwikker finished the week with nine goals scored in three games, while Lavine added nine assists to end her week.
At the 36-minute mark in the second half, freshman Angela Hulse added her first goal of the season on an assist from Zwikker. Hulse would score again later in the half off a goalie deflection with Elgie picking up the assist.
Junior goalie Michelle Kmiotek recorded her third consecutive shutout and notched two saves for the Dolphins.
"I was very excited to see [Keri] Zwikker and [Michelle] Lavine have the success they had today," said head coach Chris Kouns. "It was also nice to see Angela Hulse score twice for the first time this season."
"I am pleased that were able to get another conference win and inch closer to a spot in the conference tournament, but I was disappointed with the lack of discipline, effort and performance we showed today," Kouns said. "We had a great opportunity to improve in this game and we didn't take advantage of that chance. Hopefully this will not come back to haunt us."
The Dolphins travel to face Campbell in a key Atlantic Sun match on Thursday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m.
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