Nikita Woods (Corrimal, Australia) took advantage of her opportunities and netted a hat trick to lift the #3 Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team to a 10-0 victory over Northwest College Saturday
The LCCC women’s soccer team won its 2017 season opener at Otero Junior College 4-0 Friday afternoon in La Junta, Colorado. La Junta, Colorado – The LCCC women’s soccer team won its 2017 season opener at Otero Junior College 4-0 Friday afternoon in La Junta, Colorado.
LCCC (1-0) held Otero to just three shots in the game, while firing away 23 shots of their own. LCCC got two goals in the first half and two goals in the second half.
Taylor Stoeger led LCCC in chances with five shots, putting three on goal, while Nikita Woods had four. Ellie Bowman, in her collegiate debut, had to only make one save in the shutout win.
Annie Rolf gave the Golden Eagles the advantage in the 15th minute and tallied a second goal in the 17th minute on an assists from Noemi Amaro. Those two goals would be enough to give LCCC the lead at the half.
Following a number of chances in the second half, the Golden Eagles extended the lead in the 80th minute on a goal from Elise Atkins and the assist going to Maria da Silvira. LCCC added the fourth goal in the 87th minute as Amaro found Woods in front of the net.
LCCC will stay in La Junta and play Western Texas College on Saturday, August 26th at 11:00 a.m.
A third place finish at the NJCAA National Tournament has earned a total of three women’s soccer Golden Eagles a spot on the All-American Team. Forward Jemma House (SO/Newcastle, Australia), defender Sarah Erickson (SO/Cheyenne, Wyoming) and goalkeeper Jess Urquhart (SO/Sydney, Australia) were named to the All-American First Team.
Carlota Suarez scored a pair of goals in the first five minutes of the match as it was enough for Tyler Junior College to give them a 2-1 victory over the Laramie County Community College women’s soccer team on Friday evening. This was an NJCAA D1 semi-final.
Shauni Griffiths scored the game-winning goal with 19 seconds remaining in overtime to give#3 Laramie County Community College a 3-2 victory over the host school #6 Eastern Florida State College women’s soccer team on Wednesday evening.
A goal in the first minute of action by Abby Morillon on a pass from Shauni Griffiths got the Golden Eagles on the right start in way to 8-0 Region IX win over Western Nebraska Community College on Wednesday in Scottsbluff.