COLLEGE WOMEN'S SOCCER FINAL SCORE
Tufts 9 Curry 0
at Milton, Mass.
Tuesday, October 19, 1999
SCORING: Jeanne Kehrberger (Eden Hauslaib) 4:26; Lynn Cooper (Sara Yeatman) 7:25; Sara Yeatman (Eden Hauslaib) 8:59; Brenna O'Rourke (Jeanne Kehrberger) 19:12; Lynn Cooper (Eden Hauslaib) 25:35; Sarah Stevens (Brenna O'Rourke) 33:06; Katie Kehrberger (Jessie Thomas) 33:53; Lynn Cooper (Katie Ruddy) 79:10; Sarah Stevens (Katie Ruddy) 83:10.
SAVES: C, Aimee Petrosky 15; T, Randee McArdle 0, Mara Schanfield 0.
CORNER KICKS: C, 0; T, 7.
SHOTS: C, 1; T, 35.
Milton, MA -- The Tufts women's soccer team carried their unbeaten streak to six games with a stunning 9-0 win over Curry on Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 19).
Only 4:26 into the game, Tufts midfielder Jeanne Kehrberger (Waldwick, NJ) scored the first goal, quickly setting the pace for the remainder of the game. Tufts went on to score six more goals in the first half, two of which were by sophomore Lynn Cooper (Wilton ,CT) who is ranked as one of the leading scorers in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC). So far this season, Cooper has scored seven goals and has six assists.
Freshman Brenna O'Rourke (Bethesda, MD) and junior Sarah Yeatman (Santa Monica, CA) each scored one goal and also made one assist each during the first half. Senior tri-captain Eden Hauslaib (Storrs, CT) made assists on three of the seven goals scored by the Jumbos in the first half.
The Jumbos added to their lead in the second half with a goal by Cooper, her third of the game, which tied her with five others for the Tufts record of most goals scored in a game. Only four minutes later, senior Sarah Stevens (Winchester, MA) scored the Jumbos' ninth goal, the second of the game by Stevens. Sophomore Katie Ruddy (Mercer Island, WA) made the assists on both second half goals.
In the win over Curry, six different Jumbo players scored goals and six different players made assists making this an exciting victory offensively. Defensively, Tufts managed to hold Curry to just one shot on goal and no corner kicks. Tufts had 35 shots on goal, forcing the Curry goal keeper Aimee Petrosky to make 15 saves.
The Jumbos are at Williams on Saturday (Oct. 23) at 2 pm.