|Williams Baptist College (0-1)||0||1||1|
|LSU Shreveport (La.) (1-1)||2||2||4|
|1||28:13||Kati-Jayde Cunningham (LSU Shreveport (La.))|
|1||44:24||Elizabeth Cobar (LSU Shreveport (La.))|
|2||47:06||Kati-Jayde Cunningham (LSU Shreveport (La.))|
|2||50:40||Hannah Whitefoot (Williams Baptist College)|
|2||72:58||Elizabeth Cobar (LSU Shreveport (La.))|
|Williams Baptist College||Indv. Leaders||LSU Shreveport (La.)|
|#7 Hannah Whitefoot - 1||Goals||2 Players (#4,#10) - 2|
|#9 Maria Ramirez - 1||Assists||#2 Mason Richardson - 2|
|#29 Carlee Spears - 4||Shots||#4 Kati-Jayde Cunningham - 6|
|#1 Jasmine Espinoza - 5||Saves||#1 Karolyn Hasler - 2|
|Williams Baptist College||Team Statistics||LSU Shreveport (La.)|
|7 (3)||Shots (on goal)||18 (9)|
Date: August 29, 2017
Score: Williams Baptist College 1 vs Louisiana State University-Shreveport 4
Records: WBC (0-1) vs. LSU-S (1-1)
Location: Texarkana, Texas - TAMUT Soccer Field
The Lady Eagles from Williams Baptist College traveled to Texarkana, Texas, to play against the Pilots of Louisiana State University-Shreveport in a neutral site match. Despite a goal from Hannah Whitefoot (SR/Atoka, Tenn.) in the 50th minute, the Lady Eagles lost their first contest of the season, 4-1.
LSU-S scored two goals in each half. The first goal of the game came in the 28th minute when Kati-Jayde Cunningham scored the first of her two goals. The next goal came with 36 seconds remaining in the first half when Elizabeth Cobar scored on a shot from outside the box.
Cunningham scored her second goal two minutes into the second half when she found the back corner of the net.
WBC's lone goal came three minutes later when Maria Ramirez (SR/White Hall, Ark.) got into the box and found Hannah Whitefoot, who put the Lady Eagles on the board by sliding the ball into the open net.
Despite pressure from WBC, Shreveport scored the final goal in the 77th minute to give the final score of 4-1.
LSU-S finished the match with 18 shots, compared to seven for WBC. The pilots had nine shots on target, compared to three for the Lady Eagles.
LSU-S held a strong advantage in corner kicks 12-to-1.
Jasmine Espinoza (SO/Fort Smith, Ark.) played all 90 minutes in goal for WBC, recording five saves in the match.
The Lady Eagles will host Ecclesia College on Sept. 1, at 1 p.m. They will follow that with a home match against the University of Jamestown at 3 p.m., on Sept. 2.
You can keep up with all Eagles athletics at www.wbceagles.com.