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Regis women soar on Labor Day

September 5, 2011 | 4:15 pm No comments
By Shaun Schafer

The Rangers women’s soccer went 2-for-2 on matches during the long holiday weekend.

The women socked the Concordia University at St. Paul, Minn., Golden Bears 5-0 on Labor Day.

Forward Jordan Miller scored two goals for the Rangers, midfielders Marissa Davis, Erin Kettmann and Kikki Arnold each had one goal.

Miller’s first goal came in the 23rd minute of play. She was assisted by forward Meghan Stuart. The second goal came shortly after the first in the 27th minute. From a free kick, Kettmann tapped it to Davis who banked a shot off the post. Arnold was there to finish off the goal and bring the score to 2-0.

The Rangers (2-0-0) gained possession once again in the 28th minute. Forward CC Rinehart delivered the ball to Kettmann who sent it to the back of the net for the last goal of the half.

The Rangers came out in the second half and maintained their level of play. In the 57th minute, Davis controlled the ball off a Golden Bear defender and ripped it through the goal from 15 yards out.

In the 62rd minute of play, Miller dribbled through three Concordia defenders and beat the goalie for the fifth and final goal of the game.

Ellen Augsburger and Nicole Eddings spent time in goal for the Rangers. Eddings saved one goal attempt for the Rangers. Kayla Kuczaboski was in goal for CU earning nine saves and allowing five goals.

Next Up: The Rangers return home on Friday at 5 p.m. as they host the Winona State Warriors.

Rangers 3, Minnesota-Duluth 1: Stuart opened her account with two goals on Saturday night at the Rangers overwhelmed the Bulldogs.

In the first half, Stuart scored in the 11th minute with assists by Davis and Miller. Her second goal came in the 55th minute of the match unassisted.

Rinehart also tallied one for the Rangers in the second half of the match. Shortly after Stuart’s goal, the Rangers received possession again. Assisted by Stuart, Rinehart scored in the 58th minute of play.

The Bulldogs kept the Rangers at bay for the rest of the game, but could only score one before the Regis women kept them from scoring again. The goal came in the 77th minute by Kelsy Gratz with the help of teammate Reegan Lloyd.

‘Keeper Augsburger garnered six saves on the day. Eddings also saw time in goal allowing one goal.

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