Belles give Hilltoppers first conference loss

Belles soccer beats St. Edward's University 2-1

By Jeremiah Devereaux
On November 15, 2019

Photo by Cora Bishoppetty: Valerie Solis, freshman, seizes the moment and steals the ball from an opposing player in the first half. Solis, came to ASU from Arlington, Texas.

The Belles soccer team on Nov. 8 defeated the St. Edward’s Uni­versity Hilltoppers, 2-1 at the ASU Soccer Field.

This victory improved the Belles’ record to 8-4-1 in conference play and 12-5-1 overall. This would be SEU’s first loss in the Lone Star Conference this season.

Sophomore Kira Miller showed her goalkeeping skills by inter­vening between an attempted kick from SEU with a dive to stop the Hilltoppers from scoring.

Trenadey Scott, se­nior, dribbled down the field during the second half and found junior Avery McNeme outside the keeper's box. McNeme would send the ball into the back-left corner of the net to give ASU a 1-0 lead.

Later in the game, senior Ally Warren would score for ASU after an assist from McNeme, punching the ball into the net and bringing the score to 2-0.

McNeme led the of­fense with four shots, two on goal, one goal and one assist. Behind her was Scott with four shots and one assist. Warren had two shots, one on goal, including one tallied goal for the Belles.

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