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Mon Sep 03
Final - 2OT
at Lyon T, 1-1
Thu Sep 06
Hendrix L, 2-0
Sat Sep 08
Westminster (Mo.) W, 1-0
Clarksville High School Soccer Field
Thu Sep 13
at Texas-Dallas L, 2-0
Sat Sep 15
Final - 2OT
at Howard Payne T, 0-0
September 15, 2018 Eagles End Overtime Battle In 0-0 Tie Brownwood, Texas-Despite generating 26 shots and 15 shots on frame, the Eagles were unable to find the back of the net in a 0-0 tie against Howard Payne University in conference play. The powerful Eagles’ offense was on the attack all match. The Eagles had a trio of players with five shots – Skylar Brown, Falon Hanson, CJ Burns and Rebecca Peterson. All five of Peterson’s shots were on frame. The Eagles’ attack also included seven corner kicks. Additionally, the Eagles forced the Howard Payne goalkeeper make 15 saves. The first half swayed in Howard Payne's favor as they held the majority of the possession. The Eagles came out in the second half with determination and had several dangerous opportunities on goal as they held most of the possession. The first overtime went in the Eagles favor, forcing the keeper to make several key saves. In the second half, the Eagles held the Yellow Jackets and limited them to one shot on goal.
September 13, 2018 Women's Soccer Team Drops ASC Opener The Eagles opened the conference season against Texas Dallas Thursday night with a 2-0 setback. The Comets connected on a pair of goals in each half to take the home victory. The Comets scored in the 36th minute off a corner kick and then added another goal in the 60th minute. The Eagles allowed 29 shots in the match.
September 8, 2018 Women's Soccer Team Posts Shutout Against Westminster College Clarksville, Ark.-Freshman Camyren Antu's first collegiate goal couldn't have come at a better time as the Arlington, Texas, native scored the game-winning goal in the 25th minute to push the Eagles past Westminster College (Mo.) 1-0 Saturday afternoon in Clarksville. Antu ripped a shot past the Westminster goalkeeper to put the Eagles in a good position. The Eagles' defense then held off the Blue Jays the rest of the match to post a shutout. Not to be outdone, newcomer goalkeeper Brittany Lee-Smith filled in nicely for starter Kiara Henry as she recorded three saves in her first start at Ozarks. The Eagles blasted 11 shots in the match, with Skylar Brown owning three on goal.
September 6, 2018 Women's Soccer Team Drops Hendrix Match Clarksville, Ark.-The Hendrix College Warriors fought off a number of quality shots on goal from the Eagles to pick up a 2-0 win Thursday. Hendrix powered its way to seven shots in the first half, connecting on one in the 35th minute to lead 1-0. The Eagles countered with pressure on the attack and posted several shots that had equal opportunity to find the back of the net. In fact, CJ Burns hit the cross bar on a rocket shot that appeared to cross the goal line, but was not called a goal. Madison Chaney created offensive opportunities for the Eagles, but the Warrior defense kept the home team off the board. Hendrix scored again in the 74th minute.
September 3, 2018 Women's Soccer Team Hits The Road Against Lyon College Batesville, Ark.-The Eagles rallied for 110 minutes to a 1-1 draw with Lyon College Monday afternoon.
September 1, 2018 Women's Soccer Team Dominates Regular Season Opener The Eagles opened the regular season in grand fashion scoring five goals while posting a shutout against MacMurray College Saturday. The Eagles held a 4-0 halftime lead as it dominated the visitors from Illinois. The Eagles were on the offensive attack and held possession of the ball most of the day. The home team had 17 shots in the first half alone. Skylar Brown quickly put the Eagles in front 1-0 with a goal in the third minute. The freshman rebounded a ball in the box and ripped past the keeper. Angelica Najera followed with a goal in the 11th minute and Joey Long scored in the 27th minute to put the Eagles ahead 3-0. Lara Wadle added another goal in the 34th minute to top off a dominant first half. Wadle chipped one in over the keeper's head. Finally, Amber Taylor connected on a shot in the 66th minute for a second half goal. In all, the Eagles accounted for 25 shots, while only allowing one shot.