BANNER ELK, N.C. – The Belmont Abbey women's soccer team traveled to Lees-McRae and came away with a scoreless draw. The Crusaders outshot the Bobcats 22-7. Belmont Abbey moves to 7-3-2 on the year with a 5-1-1 Conference Carolinas record. Lees-McRae improves to 0-11-1 on the season with a 0-7-1 league record.
How it Happened
- Belmont Abbey registered nine shots in the first and second halves.
- Cassidy Calhoun, Goose Andrews, and Sydney Pluhacek all recorded four shots in the contest.
- 10 different Crusaders managed at least one shot in the game.
- Abbey keeper Lauryn Harding had five saves.
- Bobcat keeper Hope Sanborn recorded 12 saves.
- Belmont Abbey edged out Lees-McRae in corners with a 9-3 clip.
The Crusaders from Belmont Abbey will travel to North Greenville Wednesday, October 23 for a 5 PM match.