Belles lose last home game

ASU soccer defeats TAMUC

By Rosanna Aguilera
On October 19, 2018

Photo by Axel Marcenaro: Ally warren, junior, works the ball around a defender before passing it. Warren took two shots against Texas Woman’s University.

The Belles soccer team added one win to its record this weekend but lost its game against TWU on Senior Day.

On Oct. 12, the Belles lost to Texas A&M - Commerce 3-1, then lost to Texas Woman’s University on Oct. 14, 0-2.

In Friday’s game, ASU scored three second-half goals to come back and beat Commerce.

The Belles outshot the Lions 16-3 overall and 12-1 in the second half with eight shots on goal in the match.

The win was the first time ASU beat TAMUC both at home and on the road in one season since 2013.

Both teams had scoring opportunities early in the game, but the Lions managed a penalty kick that earned them their first and only goal of the game in the 22nd minute,

The teams when into half time with TAMUC in the lead 1-0.

In the second half, the Belles scored within two minutes.

Junior Trenadey Scott took the ball out wide and kicked the ball into the box where junior Ally Warren found it and scored.

The goal was Warren’s second of the season and Scott’s second assist.

"Spreading around the scoring tonight I think was huge," Head Coach Travis McCorkle said. "I think in the past when we’ve had one player that gets all of the goals, teams can focus on them."

McCorkle said that Scott passing the ball instead of scoring herself was good for the team.

"Those kinds of things make us less predictable," McCorkle said.

Sophomore Avery McNeme served a ball to freshman Chloe Souza, who found the back of the net to give ASU the lead.

The Belles scored their third and final goal in the 73rd minute of the game when Scott had an assist from senior Cassandra Mooseburger.

The goal was Scott’s 10th of the season, tying her for the Lone Star Conference lead and moving her into sole possession of first in goals per game.

Sunday’s game was the Belles’ last home game, which they lost, giving them an overall record of 7-5-2 and a record of 5-2-1 in the LSC.

The seniors of the team were recognized before the game.

Freshman goalkeeper Kira Miller had four total saves in the match, but some went past her.

The Belles have four more LSC games in the season before they head into the LSC Tournament on Oct. 31.

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