CRUSADERS LOSE FINAL REGULAR SEASON GAME TO BREVARD
Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Brevard, N.C.- Your Crusaders lost their final game of the season 20-10 at Brevard College.

Brevard would strike first to take a 1-0 lead with 25:46 left in the first half. This coming after two great shot chances by the Crusaders. North Greenville would strike back with 22:51 left with a goal from Emily Colson, and assisted by Brittany Battisti. The Tornados would take advantage of North Greenville turnovers to take the lead 2-1. Twenty three seconds later Brevard would add another goal to their lead on a free position shot. Monica Colwell would score a goal shortening the lead 3-2.

The offensive half would continue as Brevard would score another goal bringing the lead 4-2. Thirty three seconds later the Tornados would run straight through the Crusaders defense to score their 5th goal of the half 5-2. Another free position attempt would lead to another Brevard goal at 6-2. Brevard would turn a third chance shot in for a goal at 7-2. The Crusaders would add a goal to the scoreboard as Battisti would score on a free position attempt. Brevard would add a goal late in the half to an 8-3 lead. The Tornados would strike quickly off of a won draw control to score another goal. The Crusaders would come marching back with two goals of their own from Colson, and Nikki Colwell. Colson would add her third goal of the first half at 1:08 left. Brevard would lead North Greenville at the half 9-6.

Brevard would strike first in the second half off of a free position attempt. Colson would add another goal for North Greenville at 10-7. Off of a penalty by the Crusaders the Tornados would add to their lead at 11-7. The offensive attack by Brevard would continue adding another goal 12-7. After a Brevard goal Samantha Poppleton would add her first goal of the game for North Greenville. After a 5-0 run by Brevard Natalie Dufresne scored for the Crusaders 17-9. Dufresne would add another goal on the day off of a free position attempt for North Greenville. The Tornados would extend to a 10 point lead in the second half at 20-10.