Clarksville, Ark.-Junior forward Lindy Swatzell of Westwood, Kansas, set a new school record by scoring six goals and totaling 14 points in the Lady Eagles 12-1 win over Louisiana College (0-14-0), (0-9-0) on Friday.
Swatzell had four goals and one assist in the first half, and then scored two additional goals and recorded one assist in the final half to set the record. All six of Swatzell’s shots were for goals. Swatzell’s goal and point totals were one short of tying a conference record set in 2000. She leads the team in points (19), goals (8) and shots (77). Swatzell is the conference leader in shots per game (6.09) and ranks fifth in goals and sixth in points. Katie Lien added two goals and Kara Carlson, Kate Schoenhals, Brandi Sliger and Becky Obermueller each had goals. Junior midfielder Marissa Andrade of Corpus Christi, Texas, also set a new school record by tallying four assists in the match. Andrade had two assists in each half. She now ranks sixth in the conference in assists. Swatzell and Lien each finished the match with two assists while Obermueller and Nicole Simpson had one assist apiece. The Lady Eagles had a season-high 27 shots in the match. Freshman goalkeeper Sarah Stratton had five saves in the match. The Lady Eagles would be shut out 6-0 on Saturday against Mississippi College (13-2-0), (8-1-0). The Lady Choctaws held a 2-0 lead at halftime and added four more goals in the second half to put the game away. Stratton had 13 saves in the match. Ozarks will play their next four conference matches at home. Ozarks will face East Texas Baptist on October 17 and then take on LeTourneau on October 18.