Muskie Women's Soccer Team Suffer Defeat At The Hands
Of Carthage Redmen
Sept. 19, 2003
Kenosha, WI-The Lakeland College Women's Soccer team suffered their fifth consecutive loss to a very strong Carthage squad by a score of 5-1, Friday evening on the Redmen's home field.
The Lady Red's wasted no time in getting on the board and jumped out to a 1-0 lead in just the second minute of play. Jackie Dernek received a cross from Shelly Hecht at the top of the box for a goal that just barely got past Muskie keeper Senior Lindsay Olm (Sheboygan, WI). Olm recorded 8 saves in 65 minutes for the Muskies on the day. Just fourteen minutes later Jessica Courtade would finish another Hecht ball to extent the lead to 2-0. In the 29th minute Hecht would add a goal of her own. The score at the half was 3-0 for the Red's.
Lead by a tenacious defense in the second half the Muskies fared much better by holding Carthage to just nine shots and conceding no corner kicks. However, on this day the Muskies were out-matched. In the sixtieth minute Hecht scored her second goal of the match; she would finish the day with 2 goals and 2 assists.
The lone goal for the Muskies was scored by junior striker Amanda Smith (Neenah, WI), Smith sent a rocket into the back of the Carthage goal in the 65th minute. Carthage put the game on ice with a goal by Rachel Markham in the 78th minute.
Freshman goal keeper Allie Weiss (New Berlin, WI) had 3 saves in her 25 minutes in the goal mouth for the Muskies.
The Muskies, now 1-5 overall, are in action Sunday September 21st at 2pm as they square off against St. Norberts in a non-conference match-up.