Women's Soccer Drops Match Against Saint Louis
DAVIDSON, N.C. – Saint Louis scored two second-half goals and Davidson was unable to answer in falling 2-0 to the Billikens Thursday evening in Atlantic 10 women’s soccer action at Alumni Stadium.
The Wildcats dropped to 2-10 (0-3 A-10) on the season, while the Billikens ran their record to 10-1-1 overall and 2-1 in league play.
Quick Hits About and From the Game:
•This was just the third meeting for Davidson and Saint Louis, as the series started in 2002.
•Both teams had played just once since the ‘Cats entered the A-10 in 2014.
•Saint Louis now holds a 3-0 lead in the series.
•The Billikens were No. 24 in the first NCAA Division I Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) rankings as of last week.
•Davidson played an even first half with SLU, going into the break knotted up at 0-0, as both teams had three corner kicks and combined for just five shots.
•Saint Louis broke up the scoreless game with a goal at the 65:38 mark off a corner kick from Brionna Halverson to Alyssa Seitzer.
•An insurance goal was netted off a free kick just outside the box by SLU’s Courtney Reimer four minutes later.
•The shot count was 12-8 in favor of Saint Louis, while it also had a 7-4 edge on corner kicks.
•Allison Gray had two shots, both going on goal, to push her season total to a team-best 20.
•Between the pipes for the ‘Cats, Becca Ravitz was credited with four saves in 90 minutes.
•Mary Niehaus was credited with the shutout, her sixth solo one of the season, for Saint Louis and earned five saves.
Davidson returns to the road for its next A-10 game, a 1 p.m. contest Sunday, Oct. 1, at Dayton.