|Williams Baptist (Ark.) ( 6-8-2)||0||0||0|
|Missouri Baptist ( 12-6)||3||5||8|
|1||06:49||Cassandra Willhite (Missouri Baptist)|
|1||16:06||TEAM (Missouri Baptist)|
|1||34:38||Riley Janvrin (Missouri Baptist)|
|2||61:40||Alexis Turner (Missouri Baptist)|
|2||65:15||Riley Janvrin (Missouri Baptist)|
|2||72:11||Riley Janvrin (Missouri Baptist)|
|2||81:53||Monica Robinson (Missouri Baptist)|
|2||84:33||Megan Allen (Missouri Baptist)|
|Williams Baptist (Ark.)||Indv. Leaders||Missouri Baptist|
|None||Goals||#6 Riley Janvrin - 3|
|None||Assists||2 Players (#14,#19) - 2|
|#9 Maria Ramirez - 3||Shots||#18 Alyssa Matz - 7|
|#34 Jasmine Espinoza - 11||Saves||#1 Alexandra Lair - 2|
|Williams Baptist (Ark.)||Team Statistics||Missouri Baptist|
|4 (2)||Shots (on goal)||33 (18)|
Article Written by Mo Whitefoot (JR/Atoka, Tenn. )
Date: November 4, 2016
Benchmark Season Ends for WBC Women:
The Williams Baptist College women's soccer team traveled to St. Charles, Mo., on Friday to face Missouri Baptist University in the first round of the American Midwest Conference Tournament. The WBC women's team fell to Missouri Baptist 8-0, ending the squad's season. Williams's record finalized at 6-8-2. The six wins sets a new mark for most wins in a season for the four year old program.
The program reached the AMC tournament for the first time before falling in the quarterfinal matchup with MBU. The sixth place finish (out of 13) in conference was the highest in school history.
Before the game, five of the Lady Eagles were recognized as Academic All-Conference players. Players honored include: Dora Lwamba (SR/Olive Branch, Miss. ), Maddie Mead (JR/Batesville, Ark. ), Erin Gay (JR/Memphis, Tenn.), Sierra Martinez (JR/Jonesboro, Ark.), and Mo Whitefoot.
Friday was the last game for lone senior Dora Lwamba of Olive Branch, Miss. Lwamba has played on the WBC soccer team for two years. She has been a starting central defender and has helped the team by scoring 3 goals and stopping breakaways on defense throughout the season.
"What a super year," added Stolz. "I am extremely proud of these ladies. It has not been easy, but these ladies have overcome all the trials that have presented themselves this season. It has been a special year and one that I will never forget."