Tigerville, S.C. – Southern Wesleyan fell in their first Conference Carolinas match up on September 9 against the North Greenville University Crusaders.
Southern Wesleyan had eight shots with six shots on goal in the debate against North Greenville. Rachel Curtis led the team with four shots on goal, with Ashley Romanowski following her with two shots on goal. Curtis went on to have the loan goal for the Warriors. Jen Golio started the game in goal and had one save.
Final: North Greenville 3, Southern Wesleyan 1
Records: Southern Wesleyan (1-2 / CC 0-1), North Greenville (1-2-1 / CC 1-0)
How It Happened
Southern Wesleyan made the first shot of the game with Aline Troyano shot the ball wide. Ashley Romanowski followed with another shot that was saved by Crusader goalkeeper Madelynn Schober. North Greenville went on to score the first goal of the game and then minutes later they scored their second goal to take a 2-0 lead at the half.
Southern Wesleyan's Ashley Romanowski made a shot, but it was saved by Madelynn Schober. Moments later, the Crusaders scored the third and final goal of the game. A little over sixty minutes into the game, sophomore Rachel Curtis drove in the loan goal for the Warriors. North Greenville won the game 3-1.
Southern Wesleyan will next travel to Georgia Southwestern on September 13 before returning home on September 16 to host their first Conference Carolinas game of the season against the Belmont Abbey Crusaders at 5 p.m.