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Hardin-Simmons, Texas-Dallas in ASC Women’s Soccer Championship Match
November 4, 2006

Courtesy Hardin-Simmons University Sports Information Department

Recaps »»   Day One

Hardin-Simmons 5, Mississippi College 0
ABILENE, Texas – Hardin-Simmons' women's soccer team advanced to the finals of the American Southwest Conference Championship Tournament with a 5-0 win over Mississippi College on Saturday at the HSU Soccer Complex.

Mindi Zamora scored the first goal of the game at the 21:25 mark when she bent it around keeper Mallory Pope after a great pass from Amy Kuykendall.

Senior Whitney Piendak scored in the 37th minute on a pass from Zamora. Morgan Loyd made the game 3-0 with a goal at the 49:05 mark. At 58:44 Piendak scored again and broke the American Southwest Conference goal scoring record with her 29th of the season.

Stefanie Patterson scored the last goal of the game on a nice double pass play from Kelsey Jensen to Lindsay Cogburn. Christi Carr had five saves in the Cowgirls win. HSU had 21 shots, 14 of which were on goal. MC had 11 shots with five on goals.

The Cowgirls improved to 16-0-3 on the season. Mississippi College fell to 14-6 on the year. HSU will play in the conference final at 1 p.m. Sunday looking for its fourth straight ASC title.

Texas-Dallas 1, Texas Lutheran 0
ABILENE, Texas - Texas-Dallas advanced to the finals of the American Southwest Conference Championship Tournament with a 1-0 win over Texas Lutheran on Saturday afternoon at the HSU Soccer Complex.

The Comets (14-3-2) will face Hardin-Simmons in the finals for the third straight year. The two teams tied in 2004 with the Cowgirls advancing on penalty kicks. HSU won 1-0 last season. The two teams tied 2-2 on Oct. 6. The last nine games between the two have been decided by one goal or less.

Kelli Jackson scored the only goal off a deflection on a corner kick at the 29:07 mark. Both teams had several good scoring chances, but Katie Kistner and Catherine Fox were equal to the task.

The finals will be at 1 p.m. Sunday. Texas Lutheran ends its season with a record of 14-6-0.


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