|Williams Baptist (1-3-0)||1||0||1|
|Univ of the Ozarks (4-0-0)||2||1||3|
|1||2:36||Maria Ramirez (Williams Baptist)|
|1||15:34||Brittanie Gragg (Univ of the Ozarks)|
|1||42:29||Chloe Peacock (Univ of the Ozarks)|
|2||78:40||Brittanie Gragg (Univ of the Ozarks)|
|Williams Baptist||Indv. Leaders||Univ of the Ozarks|
|#9 Maria Ramirez - 1||Goals||#12 Brittanie Gragg - 2|
|#18 Madeline Mead - 1||Assists||3 Players - 1|
|#24 Rhaegan Linn - 2||Shots||#12 Brittanie Gragg - 4|
|#1 Jasmine Espinoza - 5||Saves||#0 Kiara Henry - 1|
|Williams Baptist||Team Statistics||Univ of the Ozarks|
|6 (2)||Shots (on goal)||13 (8)|
Date: September 8, 2017
Score: Williams Baptist College 1 vs. University of the Ozarks 3
Records: WBC (1-3) vs. UofO (4-0)
Location: Clarksville, Ark. - Hurie Soccer Field
The Williams Baptist College Lady Eagles traveled to Clarksville, Ark., to battle the Lady Eagles from the University of the Ozarks on Friday afternoon.
The game started well for WBC, as Madeline Mead (SR/Batesville, Ark.) provided a picture perfect cross, which went through the goalkeeper's hands and found Maria Ramirez (SR/White Hall, Ark.) at the back post. Ramirez made no mistake putting the ball into the back of the net, giving the Lady Eagles a 1-0 lead with just 2:36 seconds played.
Ozarks battled back, scoring a goal in the 15th minute off of a set piece. Brittanie Gragg put it away, and then gained the lead in the 42nd minute when Chloe Peacock scored from 10 yards out. The score remained 2-1 for the rest of the half.
The only goal of the second frame came in the 78th minute when Gragg scored her second of the match.
Williams was outshot 13-to-6. Ozarks placed eight of those shots on frame, while WBC managed two.
Rhaegan Linn (FR/Conway, Ark.) led the Lady Eagles with two shots in the game, while Carlee Spears (SO/Harrison, Ark.), Madeline Mead, Dara Britton (SR/Raytown, Mo.), and Maria Ramirez (goal) each had one.
Ramirez's goal gives her three on the season, and 14 career goals. Mead's assist is her second on the season, and 18th of her career. She holds the school record for career assists.
Ozarks held a 5-to-1 edge on corner kicks in the contest.
Jasmine Espinoza (SO/Fort Smith, Ark.) finished the game with five saves, while playing the full 90 minutes in goal for WBC.
It was a physical game, as the teams totaled 24 fouls. Williams finished with 10, while UofO had 14.
WBC will enter American Midwest Conference play in its next contest. They will travel to Freed-Hardeman University on Sept. 12. Kick-off is scheduled for 5 p.m.
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