|Williams Baptist College ( 2-7-1, 1-4-1)||1||0||1|
|Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.) ( 6-4, 4-1)||2||2||4|
|1||01:02||Avis Van Kampen (Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.))|
|1||13:58||Madeline Mead (Williams Baptist College)|
|1||29:27||Samantha Clymer (Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.))|
|2||53:58||Samantha Clymer (Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.))|
|2||83:44||Samantha Clymer (Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.))|
|Williams Baptist College||Indv. Leaders||Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.)|
|#18 Madeline Mead - 1||Goals||#22 Samantha Clymer - 3|
|None||Assists||#8 Sydney Dubiel - 3|
|2 Players (#9,#18) - 2||Shots||#18 Nina Carolissen - 7|
|#1 Jasmine Espinoza - 10||Saves||#1 Erin Douglas - 3|
|Williams Baptist College||Team Statistics||Freed-Hardeman (Tenn.)|
|5 (4)||Shots (on goal)||25 (14)|
Date: October 5, 2017
Score: Williams Baptist College 1 vs. Freed-Hardeman University 4
Records: WBC (2-7-1, AMC 1-4-1) vs. FHU (6-4, AMC 4-1)
Location: Henderson, Tenn. - Josh Riley Soccer Complex
Freed-Hardeman University used an early goal, as well as a hat trick by Samantha Clymer to beat Williams Baptist College 4-1 on Thursday night in an American Midwest Conference women's soccer match.
Freed's Avis Van Kampen scored one minute into the contest to give the Lions an early 1-0 lead. However, WBC fought back when Madeline Mead (SR/Batesville, Ark.) scored an unassisted goal in the 13th minute. The equalizing goal came from 25 yards out. The senior sent the ball over the goalkeeper's hands. The ball hit off the back post before crossing the line and going into the goal.
The Batesville native is making a habit of scoring goals. It was the her second goal in the last three games. Both goals coming from at least 25 yards out.
However, The Lions responded with three unanswered goals, all by Clymer. Her first score came in the 29th minute, followed by one in the 53rd minute, and the final goal in the 83rd minute.
Williams was outshot 25-to-5 in the game. Freed placed 14 shots on target, while WBC managed four. FHU also held an 8-to-1 advantage in corner kicks during the match.
Jasmine Espinoza (SO/Fort Smith, Ark.) played the full 90 minutes in goal for WBC, finishing with 10 saves in the game.
WBC currently sits in ninth place in the conference. They are two points behind the final playoff spot held by Lindenwood University-Belleville.
The Lady Eagles play on Saturday, Oct. 7, against Harris-Stowe State University. The game will be played in Walnut Ridge, Ark., at 1 p.m.
You can keep up with all Eagles athletics at www.wbceagles.com.