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Sr. F Claire Dierdorff had 2 goals & 3 assists against Jarvis Christian
Sr. F Claire Dierdorff had 2 goals & 3 assists against Jarvis Christian
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Jarvis Christian College
(RV)LSU Alexandria
Women's Soccer - Thu, Oct. 5, 2017

Alexandria, La. – Starting the match a player up, the LSUA women's soccer team took full advantage, scoring a single match record 15 goals, while senior forward Claire Dierdorff broke the LSUA individual single match points record in the 15-0 win over the Jarvis Christian Bulldogs Thursday afternoon at Generals Field.

RECORDTEAM12FINAL
(0-9, 0-4 RRAC)Jarvis Christian (Texas)000
(8-2-1, 4-0 RRAC)LSU Alexandria (La.)7815
 

Dierdorff didn't take long to put her stamp on the match, scoring the match's first two goals in the 7th and 12th minutes. Abby Angelle made it 3-0 in the 18th minute.

Not to be outdone, Megan Bryson quickly scored two goals after entering the game as a substitute. In the 28th minute, she took in a pass from Linae Harada and slotted it into the net to make it 4-0, then four minutes later she took in the loose ball and attacked the net and scored to make the score 5-0 in the 32nd minute.

Chandler Kammerer made it a half-dozen as she headed in Kayleigh Lambrechts' corner kick for the 6-0 lead in the 35th minute. Louise Duffy then found Lambrechts who did it herself for the first half's final goal in the 44th minute to make it 7-0 as the teams went to the halftime break.

It took just seconds into the second half for the Generals to expand the lead. Claire Dierdorff found Lilla Kisvari, who netted the goal to make it 8-0 in the 46th minute. In the 55th minute, Adrienne Forde started a break and found Dierdorff who found a cutting Camila Cofre who scored to make it 9-0 Generals, which broke the record for most goals in a single match.

LSUA hit double digit goals for the first time in program history just two minutes later as Tatiana Guerrero moved the ball to Forde who scored for the 10-0 lead. Dierdorff got her final, record-breaking, point of the match as she found an on-rushing Laura Correa-Ovalle, who powered the ball beyond the reach of the Bulldog goalkeeper into the net for the 11-0 lead.

Cofre got her second goal of the match she slotted in Kaitlynn Oborny's pass to make it 12-0 in the 60th minute, capping a run of four goals in five minutes. Five minutes after that, the lead expanded again as Linae Harada put in a pass by Adrienne Forde for the 13-0 lead in the 65th minute. Juanita Miller got in on the scoring binge as Taylor Landry laid the ball off for her to finish in the 77th minute. The match's final goal came in the 87th minute as Forde gave the ball up to Shelby Santiago, who beat the keeper for the 15-0 score as the final whistle blew shortly after.

Cecilie Mortensen (6-2-1) and Jemica Artillaga didn't have much work to do to collect the combined shutout, the sixth shutout of the season by the Generals defense, as neither faced a shot in the match.

Dierdorff's two goals and three assists gave her seven points in the match, breaking Rhiannon Castle's record of six points set last season. Adrienne Forde came off the bench to collect a goal and three assists. Camila Cofre and Megan Bryson each had a pair of goals as well. LSUA took a total of 55 shots in the match, with 34 of them on target. Other team records set in the match, most points in a match, as the 15 goals and 14 assists made 44 points, assists with 14. The team also broke the single season records of points, 120, goals, 42, and assists, 36.

Senior Day comes early this season, as LSUA (8-2-1, 4-0 RRAC) will send off the graduating class this Saturday against Texas College. First touch in the final home match of the season is set for 1:00 P.M. at Generals Field.