Baylor Soccer Opens Season With 3-1 Win

Monday, August 18, 2014

The Baylor girls soccer team opened their 2014 season on Monday with a 3-1 win over visiting Signal Mountain. 

The Golden Eagles opened the scoring with a goal by Karlie MacDonald in the 5th minute of play. 

Kamryn Bloh tied the game at 1 in the 32nd minute off an assist from Lainee Bohannon.  

Baylor took the lead early in the second half when Kaitlyn Smith scored off a double assist from Bloh and Rachel Payne. Hayden Bryant scored the final goal in the 58th minute with the assist going to Lauren King. 

"Any time you play Richard Northcutt you know they will be organized and play hard,"  Baylor head coach Curtis Blair said.  "This was no exception. It was hard to break them down."

Kaleigh Clemons had one save for Baylor and Natalie McCarter had five saves for Signal Mountain. Baylor out shot Signal 8-2.  



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