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October 17, 2017 at 4:07 am #188363
Ferrum College freshman Casey Raggett (15) battles an opponent for possession of the ball during a recent match played at Penn-Roediger Field. The Panthers begin a four-match homestand tonight that will conclude regular-season play against USA South Athletic Conference foe Meredith (N.C.) College at 7. Following the contest, Ferrum entertains Methodist (N.C.) University Sunday at 2 p.m, Mary Baldwin University on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. and William Peace (N.C.) University Saturday, Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. All four of those teams are East Division rivals of Ferrum.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Salem (N.C.) College scored twice in the closing 10 minutes of the match Wednesday to turn a one-goal advantage into a 3-0 USA South Athletic Conference women’s soccer victory over Ferrum College.
Salem (5-0 in the USA South, 12-2 overall) is the top team in the league’s East Division. Ferrum (2-2 in the USA South, 7-6 overall) saw a two-match winning streak end with its sixth shut-out loss of the season.
Two of the Spirits’ three goals were assisted tallies.
Salem scored the only goal it would need at 23:22 when Sydney Priest found the back of the net courtesy of a Jasmine Romero assist.
At 79:55 Brooke Bukas netted an unassisted goal to make the count 2-0 and at 86:53, Chaniece Moss used a Mary Ormsby assist to complete the scoring.
Salem outshot Ferrum 20-4 – 11-2 in the first half and 9-2 after intermission – and held an 11-3 advantage in shots on goal at match’s end.
Casey Raggett, Victoria Wagner, Payton
Stuart and Alex Mattson each took a shot for the Panthers. The attempts by Raggett, Wagner and Stuart were on goal.
Eight players accounted for Salem’s shots.
Salem recorded five corner kicks to Ferrum’s two.
The Spirits committed nine fouls to the Panthers’ five.
Salem goalkeeper Hannah Wagner (7-0) played all 90 minutes and recorded three saves, while Ferrum netminder Taylor Dodson (4-4) went the distance and collected eight saves.
The Panthers begin a four-match homestand, all against USA South opposition, today against Meredith (N.C.) College. Match time is 5 p.m. at Penn-Roediger Field.
Afterwards, Ferrum plays Methodist (N.C.) University Sunday at 2 p.m., Mary Baldwin University (Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.) and William Peace (N.C.) University (Saturday, Oct. 21 at 2 p.m.) to complete regular-season play.
All four of those teams (write my essay) are East Division rivals of Ferrum.