CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (Women's Soccer) – Campbellsville University scored goals in the fourth, sixth and 12th minutes to take an early advantage, and the Shawnee State women's soccer team collected just on shot on goal in the entire match, as the Tigers defeated SSU, 5-0, Saturday at Finley Stadium.
The Bears' lone shot on frame came from Heather Hencye (FR/Russell, Ky.), who was one of just six players to even attempt a shot. Meanwhile, SSU keeper Mollie King (JR/West Jefferson, Ohio) endured a barrage of shots, making 11 saves in the contest.
PORTSMOUTH, Ohio (Men's and Women's Soccer) – Last Saturday, the Shawnee State men's and women's soccer teams took the field for a doubleheader that was about much more than the action between the lines. The two squads – donning bright orange warm-ups, orange tape and orange wristbands – were playing in the 5th Annual Robert N. Appell II Kick for Crohn's game.
The namesake of the special day comes from the father of women's head coach Rob Appell, who passed away in December 2008 following a 40-year battle with Crohn's disease, a chronic – ongoing – disorder that causes inflammation of the digestive or gastrointestinal tract.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO (Women's Soccer) – Schuyler Jones (JR/Ramnicu Valcea, Romania) scored the first goal of the game and the last – notching one more in between – as the Shawnee State women's soccer team scored four goals in the second half to cruise to a 5-0 victory over Ohio Christian University on Saturday at Shawnee Turf.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO (Women's Soccer) – Jenny Campbell (FR/Chillicothe, Ohio) scored in the ninth minute on an assist from keeper Mollie King (JR/West Jefferson, Ohio), but the goal was not enough, as the University of Rio Grande scored a late goal to overtake the Shawnee State women's soccer team, 2-1, on Wednesday afternoon at Shawnee Turf.
PEPPER PIKE, Ohio (Women's Soccer) – The Shawnee State women's soccer team faced a barrage of 29 shots and held Ursuline College scoreless for a period, but allowed three goals in the second half, as the Bears fell, 3-0, to the Arrows on Sunday afternoon at the Ursuline Soccer Complex.