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NAIA opening round: LWC women's soccer 3. Point Park 0.

Win comes before largely hometown crowd Blue Raider Stadium with 150 in attendance
Next: The Blue Raiders face Columbia (MO), at 10amCT, Tuesday, November 29, at the NAIA National Championship Site, at the Orange Beach Sportsplex, 4389 William Silvers Pkwy, Orange Beach, AL.

By Anthony Latessa
Sports from Lindsey Wilson College

COLUMBIA, KY - The No. 2-seeded Lindsey Wilson women's soccer team defeated Point Park (PA) 3-0 in the NAIA National Championship Opening Round Saturday, November 19, 2016, at Blue Raider Stadium.

Yvonne Ploeg scored twice for the Blue Raiders (16-3-0) and Delfina Santellan chipped in a goal. Lindsey Wilson had a 4-1 edge in shots on goal against the Pioneers (10-8-2).

Santellan got the Blue Raiders on the board first in the 28th minute after powering through a defender she was able to beat the goalkeeper to the far post. Ploeg who came on as a sub in the first half scored in the 35th minute. Ivana Damnjanovic sent a ball into the box off a corner kick and Ploeg was able to get the ball into the net.

Ploeg scored the lone goal in the second half off a penalty kick after a foul in the 18-yard box. Johanna Henriksson had one save on the night and recorded her sixth shutout of the season.

This story was posted on 2016-11-20 07:51:53
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