by Tyler Peck, sports information graduate assistant
MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. – First year Bobcat coach Hope Clark recorded her first win at Georgia College & State University (1-2) as the women’s soccer team blanked the Anderson University Trojans (3-1) 3-0 Friday night in the second game of the 2010 Bobcat Invitational.
Georgia College scored two goals in the first half both off assists by freshman midfielder Brittaney Borror (Evans, Ga.). Borror connected with classmate Katie Taylor (Sharpsburg, Ga.) at the 20:25 mark t o score Taylor’s second goal of the 2010 campaign. The assist was the first of Borror’s carrer and just over 10 minutes later, Borror found freshman Alex Knight (Loganville, Ga.) to give the Bobcats a 2-0 advantage. The goal gave Knight her first career goal at Georgia College.
Goal stopper Taylor Mulryan (Cumming, Ga.) stepped up tonight for the ‘Cats playing the entire game allowing no goals and recording four saves, her first career shut out.
Georgia College outshot Anderson 21-8 and led in corner kicks 5-1. The Trojans entered tonight’s game having outscored their opponents 15-2, including a 9-1 victory over Coker College.
In other action, No. 13 Florida Tech University (3-0) shut out Harding University (1-2) 4-0. Casey Lademann led the Panthers with two goals.
The Bobcats play Florida Tech Sunday, Sept. 12 at 11 a.m. and Harding will take on Anderson at 1:30 p.m. to finish out the Second Annual Bobcat Invitational.
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