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Carroll College women’s soccer takes down University of Providence, men end in tie

Posted at 10:40 PM, Oct 15, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-16 13:36:58-04

(Argo Athletics Media Release)

GREAT FALLS, Mont. – The University of Providence women’s soccer team fell to the Carroll Saints on Monday afternoon.

The Saints found success early as they scored a goal from the top of the six in the 4th minute to take a 0-1 lead.

The Argos responded in the 29th minute as Malena Lennon sent a ball to Eme McLaughlin who netted the equalizer to bring the match to a 1-1 tie heading into the break.

Carroll retook the lead in the 62nd minute as a Saint netted a ball that deflected off Dakota Nuemann to give the Saints a 1-2 lead.

In the 78th minute, the Saints were able to push the lead to two as they scored from the corner of the six, 1-3.

Less than five minutes remained when the Saints tallied their last goal of the match from outside the six to the left side corner to push the game to its final, 1-4.

The Argos led in shots (15), but the Saints were a little more efficient as they netted four goals on their 12 shots. The Argos tallied three saves and one corner kick in the loss.

For the other game, Argo men’s soccer fought hard against Carroll to a 1-1 draw on Monday afternoon.

The Argos got on the board first as Adrian Gomezpassed from top of box to Alex Williams who netted the ball from the left side of the box to the right corner to put the Argos on top, 1-0.

Providence took the lead into the break.

The Saints scored the equalizing goal in the 65th minute to bring the game to a 1-1 standstill.

The Argos and Saints would remain scoreless as Carroll would commit nine shots and the Argos would attempt five through both overtime periods.

The Argos led in saves, 11-1, and corner kicks, 6-4, during the match.

Up Next
The Argos travel to the Evergreen State next month as they will play Evergreen State College on Friday, October 19 at 2 p.m. for the men and 4 p.m. for the women. Then take on Northwest University on Saturday, October 20 at 1:30 p.m. for the men and 3:30 p.m. for the women.