Misenheimer, NC – The North Greenville women’s soccer team’s season came to an abrupt end as the Lady Crusaders lost their final match of the 2011 regular season 6-0 to Pfeiffer University On Tuesday afternoon.
The Lady Falcons (8-8-1, 7-3-1 in conference) used four first half goals to build an early lead they would never relinquish.
Pfeiffer’s first goal of the game came just 30 seconds after the kickoff, spelling a long day for the Lasy Crusader defense.
The Lady Falcons continued their attack as Megan Weston and Alyssa Wombell scored goals in the 12th and 31st minutes respectively. Defender Serae Mele assisted on each goal.
The final goal of the first half came in the 37th minute at Sheena Regan scored on a ball played to her by Wombell.
After halftime, the Lady Falcons scored two more goals, one each in the 55th and 84th minutes, to make the final score 6-0 in favor of the home team.
Keeper Regina Ibanga recorded six saves as the Lady Crusaders were outshot 25-7 in the game.
With the loss, North Greenville (5-8-2, 4-6-2) will need a lot of luck if the team hopes to be playing in the postseason. After today’s contest, the Lady Crusaders currently sit in 9th place among Conference Carolinas schools with the top eight teams chosen to compete in the conference tournament.