Bucs blanked by Georgia SouthernSeptember 30, 2003
courtesy GSU Sports Information
|Miki Wilson had 11 saves in goal.|
STATESBORO, Ga. – Katie Szeghalmi scored a pair of goals to lead Georgia Southern to a 4-0 non-conference win over Charleston Southern in women's soccer action at Eagle Field Tuesday afternoon.
Georgia Southern (4-6-0) opened the scoring in the 13th minute as Szeghalmi found the net for the first time. Colleen Znosko, who finished with three assists on the day, dribbled down the right-side of the field and sent a pass into the box. Christina Ruta picked up the pass and headed it to Szeghalmi by the left post. Szeghalmi's header eluded Buccanner keeper Miki Wilson to give the Eagles a 1-0 lead.
Katy Znosko upped the score to 2-0 at the 16:08 mark as she took a pass from her sister on the right side and blasted the ball past a diving Wilson for her team-leading third goal of the season.
The two teams played scoreless for the remainder of the half, but Georgia Southern again found the net, on Szeghalmi's second goal seven minutes into the second half. Mary-Kate Talbott set up the goal as she sent a long crossing pass to Ruta on the right side, who then served the ball into the box for Szeghalmi. The Eagle junior barely touched the ball as she redirected it into the left corner for a 3-0 lead and her third goal of the season.
Jennifer Myers finished out the scoring, tallying her first score of 2003, as she scored off of a header on a pass by Colleen Znosko.
Wilson made 11 saves in goal for Charleston Southern (1-8) while Tanya Woehr made one for the Eagles.
Georgia Southern owned an 18-3 advantage in shots, including a 15-1 edge in shots on goal.
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