NGU Scores Six Unanswered Goals in Dominating Win over SWU

October 20, 20181st2ndFinal
North Greenville336
Southern Wesleyan101
SWU16:31Rachel Curtis
NGU20:12Ariana Perry
NGU24:47Sarah Hazelwood
NGU36:03Megan Biehl
NGU69:10Michaela Gleed (Kayla Cruse )
NGU83:52Emma Shearer (Sarah Hazelwood , Karly Denaburg)
NGU85:10Karly Denaburg (Emma Shearer )
NGUBrianna Rowe90:0017
SWUCaitlynn Nixon53:3339
SWUJen Golio36:2732
Stats at a GlanceNGUSWU
Shots (on Goal)29 (17) 18 (8)
Corner Kicks34
Yellow Cards10
NGU Scores Six Unanswered Goals in Dominating Win over SWU
Saturday, October 20, 2018
NGU Scores Six Unanswered Goals in Dominating Win over SWU

North Greenville put the match away early with three goals in the first half and three more in the second to beat the Southern Wesleyan Warriors 6-1 in Central, South Carolina. With today's win, the Crusaders took over third place in the Conference Carolinas standings.

1st Half

Southern Wesleyan took a 1-0 lead in the 17th minute with a goal by Rachel Curtis. Just three minutes later, NGU responded when Ariana Perry scored her second goal of the season. In the 25th minute, a foul by the Warriors allowed Sarah Hazelwood to take a penalty kick, which she converted to put the Crusaders ahead 2-1. North Greenville's third goal came in the 37th minute by Megan Biehl, her fifth of the season. NGU took a 3-1 lead into the half.

2nd Half

The second half went by quietly until the 70th minute when Michaela Gleed scored a goal with an assist by Kayla Cruse to put North Greenville ahead 4-1. Gleed has now scored her first and second goals of the season in consecutive matches. The Crusaders would work to keep the ball off their side of the field, and would take several additional shots in the process. Karly Denaburg would then make her presence known with her third goal of the season in the 84th minute followed by one more goal by Emma Shearer with assists by Sarah Hazelwood and Karly Denaburg to close out the match.


Ariana Perry scored her second goal of the season and put up 4 total shots.

Karly Denaburg collected a goal late in the match. She finished with 4 total shots. 

Sarah Hazelwood and Karly Denaburg were both credited for a goal as well as an assist.

Megan Biehl and Michaela Gleed each scored a goal.


NGU will return to action on Tuesday, October 23rd to face Regent University on Senior Night in Tigerville.