Lady Scots Fall At Emory 6-0

Tuesday, September 14, 2021
The Covenant women's soccer team was defeated 6-0 at Emory Tuesday evening. The win was the second consecutive 6-0 victory for the host Eagles. 

Emory dominated the game, outshooting the Scots 38-3 over the entire 90 minutes. 

The Eagles were led by Natalie Klar, Olivia McBerry, and Aubrey Blanchard who all had five shots apiece. They did not wait long to score, as their first goal came in the eighth minute from Molly Miller.

Rachel Wall recorded the first shot for Covenant in the 11th minute, but Emory quickly answered with their second goal of the match in the 12th.
The goal was scored by Kylie Hall, assisted by Blanchard. 

Aiden Strawbridge notched the second Scots shot of the game in the 30th minute, which went high. But, McBerry would soon after make it 3-0 in the 32nd minute with her unassisted goal.

Wall earned Covenant's only shot on goal for the contest with her attempt in the 48th minute, which was saved by Emory goalie, Emma Miller. From there though, it would be all Eagles, as the Scots would not record another shot.

Grace Reyer, assisted by Hall, made it 4-0 in the 55th minute, and Blanchard extended the lead to 5-0 with her goal in the 57th. Olivia Friedman would then score unassisted in the 85th minute, sealing the Eagles' 6-0 victory.

Wall had two shots, while Strawbridge tallied one. Lucy Sandhoff played the first half in the goal for the Scots, recording 10 saves on 13 shots on goal. Leilani Brown relieved her for the second period, earning four saves on seven shots on goal.

Emma Platt started at goalie for Emory, playing the first half, while Miller completed the second with one save.

The Scots fall to 2-4, while the Eagles improve to 4-0-1. 

Covenant will travel to Salem on Saturday, September 18. Kick-off is set for 1 p.m.

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