Photo by Robert Cifone
BATAVIA, Ohio --- In a tough physical contest, defending USCAA
DII champion University of Cincinnati Clermont came out on top,
2-0, over Carlow University women's soccer Friday night.
The Celtics (2-6, 1-1 USCAA) put up a good fight, but the
Cougars scored early and kept the Celtics off the board for the
remainder of the game.
Cincinnati Clermont put both goals in the back of the net just
minutes apart from one another in the 15th and
The Celtics out-shot the Cougars, 13-7, but could not find the
back of the net, as Clermont stopped all five shots on goal.
Forte (SO/Johnstown, Pa.) made five stops in the
complete game effort, and Alexa
Schwab (JR/Conway, Pa.) and Natalie
DiGiorno (FR/Bethel Park, Pa.) each added two shots
Both teams played a physical match, with Carlow racking up 21
fouls and Clermont not far behind with 16.
Carlow hosts Indiana University East to open River States
Conference action at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 26 at the University
of Pittsburgh Ambrose Urbanic Field. Links to live coverage can be
found at https://bit.ly/WSOC19.
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