BRISTOL, Tenn. – On what was a wet and rainy day, the King University women's soccer team dropped a 4-0 contest to Belmont Abbey College. The Crusaders scored three goals in the second half to take the contest.
FINAL SCORE: Belmont Abbey 4, King 0
LOCATION: Parks Field; Bristol, Tenn.
RECORDS: King 0-7, 0-3 Conference Carolinas; Belmont Abbey 6-1, 2-1 Conference Carolinas
HOW IT HAPPENED
- The Crusaders controlled play in the early going, finally breaking through in the 15th minute when Sydney Pluhacek ripped a shot from 30 yards out over the keeper to put Belmont Abbey on top.
- King had a scoring chance in the 25th minute, but Jaida Souvannaraj's shot was turned away by the Crusader goalkeeper.
- The Crusaders had a pair of shots miss the net the remainder of the half as Belmont Abbey led 1-0 at the break.
- Belmont Abbey stretched their lead to 3-0 with a pair of goals in the opening 10 minutes of the second half.
- The Crusaders then scored in the final minute, making the final score 4-0.
INSIDE THE BOX SCORE
- Hannah Clements made two saves for the Tornado in goal.
- Belmont Abbey led the shot total 15-3, placing six on frame while King had one shot on goal.
FOR THE FOES
- Caroline Lauer posted one save in goal for Belmont Abbey.
- The win was number 100 for Belmont Abbey head coach Mike Lynch.
- King hosts North Greenville University on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at Parks Field.
- Belmont Abbey hosts Southern Wesleyan University on Saturday.