|Jamestown (N.D.) (4-0)||1||4||5|
|Williams Baptist College (1-2)||0||1||1|
|Walnut Ridge, Ark.,|
|1||02:36||Sophie Bales (Jamestown (N.D.))|
|2||45:29||Phoebe Edwards (Jamestown (N.D.))|
|2||49:02||Juliet Ramirez (Jamestown (N.D.))|
|2||60:10||Carlee Spears (Williams Baptist College)|
|2||87:30||Lateasha Hughes (Jamestown (N.D.))|
|2||87:57||Holly Swan (Jamestown (N.D.))|
|Jamestown (N.D.)||Indv. Leaders||Williams Baptist College|
|5 Players - 1||Goals||#29 Carlee Spears - 1|
|#15 Sophie Bales - 2||Assists||None|
|#28 Phoebe Edwards - 4||Shots||#29 Carlee Spears - 1|
|None||Saves||#1 Jasmine Espinoza - 9|
|Jamestown (N.D.)||Team Statistics||Williams Baptist College|
|20 (14)||Shots (on goal)||1 (1)|
Date: September 2, 2017
Score: Williams Baptist College 1 vs. University of Jamestown 5
Records: WBC (1-2) vs. U of J (4-0)
Location: Walnut Ridge, Ark. - Eagle Soccer Field
The University of Jamestown visited Williams Baptist College for a women's soccer game on Saturday, Sept. 2. Jamestown scored a goal in the first five minutes of each half on their way to a 5-1 victory.
In the second minute of the game, Jamestown's Sophie Bales scored a header off a cross from Connie Contreras. After that goal, the Lady Eagles defense held firm for the rest of the half.
However, two goals scored in the first five minutes of the second half gave Jamestown a 3-0 lead. The first was a long shot by Phoebe Edwards, just 29 seconds into the half. Juliet Ramirez would score the second.
WBC did not give up, as Carlee Spears (SO/Harrison, Ark.) was fouled in the penalty box in the 60th minute. She stepped up to take the penalty and placed it to the goalkeeper's right, cutting the lead to 3-1. This was the fourth goal Spears has made in the last two games. The goal provided the Lady Eagles with momentum, but they were never able to get a second goal.
Two goals in the 87th minute sealed the game for Jamestown. First, Lateasha Hughes scored at the 87:30 mark, followed by Holly Swan at 87:57.
Jamestown finished the contest with 20 shots, 14 of them on frame. The Lady Eagles finished with the lone shot.
U of J finished the game with four corners, while WBC had zero. There were 31 fouls in the contest, Jamestown with 20, and Williams with 11.
Jasmine Espinoza (SO/Fort Smith, Ark.) played the full 90 minutes in goal for the Lady Eagles, coming up with nine saves, including a crucial penalty kick save.
The Lady Eagles will travel to Clarksville, Ark., for their final non-conference game before American Midwest Conference play begins. The game will be played against the University of the Ozarks at 2 p.m., on Sept. 8.