Badger Athletics - Spring Hill College News
Women's Soccer - Sun, Sep. 7, 2008
The Spring Hill College women's soccer team (4-1) crushed the Central Baptist College Mustangs by the score of 6-0 on Sunday afternoon at Library Field.  The Badgers' defense not only did not allow a goal, but they also did not allow their visitors from Conway, Ark., a single shot.  Spring Hill took 40 total shots (26 on-goal) to the Mustangs' none.
Freshman forward Allison Akers of Houston, Texas broke open the scoring in the 10th minute while junior forward Kasey Pruett of Flower Mound, Texas, did the honors in the 30th and 66th minutes.
Senior midfielder Sarah Engels from St. Louis, Mo., added a penalty kick goal in the 71st minute and defensive player Allison Giles even got into the scoring column in the 76th minute.  Senior midfielder Moe Sargent closed out the festivities with a score in the 85th minute of the contest.
Spring Hill took nine corner kicks to CBC's none.  On the defensive end, freshman goalie Kayla McCrory of Fairhope picked up perhaps her easiest career shutout win playing all 90 minutes without facing a shot.  For the Mustangs, Sarah Goodwin recorded an incredible 20 saves in the loss.
The Lady Badgers now take a week off before traveling to Thomasville, Ga., to play Thomas University on Friday, September 19, at 2:30 p.m.