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Rain Can’t Slow Shinn, Dryden

October 29, 2009
By cnp
Posted in Athletics

Clarksville, Ark.-Kristyn Shinn scored twice and Heather Dryden added a goal and two assists to propel the Lady Eagles to a 3-0 dominating win over Concordia University Texas in Thursday's American Southwest Conference match.

It was a rain-soaked day at Hurie Field but that didn’t stop Shinn, who scored both of her goals in the first half. Shinn netted a goal on a breakaway in the 22nd minute on a pass from Dryden. Shinn would strike again when she connected on an easy goal on another nice pass from Dryden in the 30th minute. Ozarks (5-13-0, 4-8-0) went into halftime with a 2-0 lead despite being outshot 7-5 by the Tornados (5-8-3, 3-8-1). Ozarks did have five corner kicks in the first half.

In the second half it was Dryden’s turn as she scored in the 89th minute on a breakaway. Roxanne Moody was credited with the assist. Dryden nearly produced another goal in the 59th minute, but Concordia goalkeeper Teysha Sivage made a nice save. In the 80th minute, Shinn beat four defenders in the open field and took a shot, but Sivage again came up with the save to keep Shinn from getting the hat trick.

Shinn and Dryden each had three shots.

Lori Langman was credited with the shutout, her third of the season. She had four saves.

Ozarks will host UT-Tyler Saturday in their final regular season match of the season. All five seniors and their families will be recognized immediately following the women’s match.