Kellogg scores 100th career goal as NGU advances to semifinals

April 25, 20181st2ndFinal
North Greenville7613
Stats at a GlanceCUNGU
Ground Balls2324
Draw Controls712
Free Position Attempts0-64-5
Stats LeadersCUNGU
GoalsAlexandria Hammonds - 2
Rachel Kellogg - 6
AssistsHeather Orell - 1
Brenis Napoli - 2
Ground Balls Heather Orell - 7
Jillian Cheisa - 4
Saves Mallory Dunker - 12
Sydney Taylor - 10
Kellogg scores 100th career goal as NGU advances to semifinals
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Kellogg scores 100th career goal as NGU advances to semifinals

Tigerville – North Greenville bounced Chowan from the Conference Carolinas Championship on Wednesday, advancing to the league semifinals for the second consecutive season.

The Basics

  • Score: Crusaders – 13 / Chowan – 4
  • Records: North Greenville 13 – 5 / Chowan 8 – 9
  • Location: Pepsi Stadium (North Greenville University)

How it Happened

  • The Hawks scored twice in the early moments of the first half one from Tashana Barnett and another from Heather Orell to take a 2 – 0.
  • The Crusaders went almost 10 – minutes without a goal but Hanna Hawkins put North Greenville on the scoreboard while Emily Colson scored to tie it up with 23:31 left.
  • Hawkins’ goal sparked an NGU rally which included 10 – unanswered scores, a span which lasted well into the second half.
  • The Hawks added their third of the game in the 21:36 left in the game when Alexandra Hammonds took a Heather Orell pass and made it 10 – 3.
  • Back-to-back goals for Chowan made it 10 – 4, taking advantage of a seven-minute scoreless streak from NGU.
  • Rachel Kellogg added broke the seven-minute shutout with 15:08 left in the game to make it 11 – 4. Kellogg added another score five minutes later to extend the lead to eight.
  • The final goal of the game would be a special one for the Crusaders. Rachel Kellogg tacked on her sixth goal of the day to make it 13 – 4. The score was also her 100th career score and 64th of the 2018 season.

Inside the North Greenville Box Score

  • Kellogg finished with a game-high, six goals on 11 total shots.
  • Hanna Hawkins and Emily Colson both added two scores.
  • Defensively, Jillian Cheisa finished with a team-high four groundballs while Colson added three While Candace Petit had three caused turnovers.
  • Sydney Taylor led North Greenville with 10 saves in the net and improved to 13 – 5 as the starter.

Next Time Out

  • The Crusaders advance to semifinals for the second consecutive season and will host #1 Limestone College on Saturday in Tigerville.