Seniors Heidi DeVries and Jen Kuipers with their parents
Women's Soccer - Sat, Oct. 22, 2011
In the last two games the Golden Eagles have out-scored
their opponents 13-0. This past
Wednesday CU defeated Grace Bible College 8-0 and on a beautiful fall Saturday
afternoon the Golden Eagles defeated conference foe Concordia 5-0. Cornerstone got things going early in the
first half as Jen Kuipers scored in the 6th minute on a scramble
shot 6 yards out. Rebekah Eggleston
scored her second goal of the season in the 12th minute on a 25 yard
blast from the right side of the goal into the left side netting of the
goal. Maile Carigon got the assist on
the Eggleston goal. Jen Kuipers scored
her second goal of the day when she redirected a deflected cross with her head
into the left corner of the goal. Ten
minutes later Kelley Ritsema scored off an Amanda Van Laar pass in front of the
goal in the 26th minute and CU finished the half up 4-0. Rebekah Eggleston scored her second goal on a
Kuipers pass in the 61st minute.
The Golden Eagles had some good combination play in the left corner of
the field which ended with a Jen Kuipers cross and a header into the goal from
Eggleston. CU outshot the Cardinals 15-7
for the game and goal keeper Kathy Butt had 3 saves in the 5-0 shut-out.
Cornerstone will close out the regular season next week at Davenport on Tuesday
at 4:00 p.m. and Indiana Tech on
Saturday at noon.