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Lady Eagles Too Much For McMurry

October 4, 2007
By cnp
Posted in Athletics

Clarksville, Ark.-The Lady Eagles had their way with McMurry University in a 5-0 victory on Thursday in American Southwest Conference action.

Ozarks improves to 3-3-4 overall and 2-3-1 in the ASC, while McMurry remains winless at 0-8-1.

Ozarks generated 24 shots, 15 of which came in the second half, and 11 different players recorded shots in the win. The Lady Eagles held McMurry to just three shots and only one shot on goal in the match. Heather Dryden opened the scoring for the Lady Eagles as she chipped one over the keeper’s head in the 26th minute. Jessalyn Halsted set up the goal with a perfect pass to receive her 16th career assist. Kristyn Shinn created a scoring opportunity and connected on a shot in the 44th minute to give Ozarks a 2-0 halftime edge.

The second half was all Ozarks, as the Lady Eagles out shot the visitors 15-1. Dryden put in a shot off an Emalee Pearson corner kick in the 55th minute. It was Dryden team-leading seventh goal of the season. Ozarks, however, wasn’t done. Kate Schoenhals scored her second career goal giving the Lady Eagles a 4-0 advantage. Following Schoenhals’ goal in the 63rd, Roxanne Moody added a goal in the 84th minute on a header. It was Moody’s second goal of the year.

Pearson finished with two assists. Dryden, Schoenhals and Chelsea Coleman recording three shots apiece.

Goalkeeper Lori Langman notched her second shutout of the season behind a one save effort.

Ozarks will host Hardin-Simmons University on Saturday at 1:00 p.m.