Kalie Vaughn Had A Five Point Day As Denver Rolled Over Drake
-UNLV cruised to a surprisingly easy victory against Colorado, 4-2, in the consolation game of the Denver Invitational. The Rebels were up 2-1 at the half and added a third in the sixty-eighth minute through Colette Jepson, her second of the match. Jepson had a chance to complete a hat trick from the spot in the eighty-fourth minute, but unselfishly deferred to LaChere Anglin. Colorado’s Taryn Vitacca grabbed a consolation goal from the spot a few minutes from time.
-Denver won the championship of their own invitational, crushing Drake, 4-1. Kalie Vaughn scored twenty-three seconds in to start the rout and would tally another goal and an assist to lead the Pioneers. Kaitlin Bast also scored twice for the victorious Denver team.
-Georgetown were made to fight to break down a stubborn Fairfield team in Washington D.C. Ingrid Wells scored from the spot in the seventeenth minute, but the Stags netted a shock equalizer through Shannon Fay in the fortieth minute. Georgetown would come out and barrack the Fairfield goal, forcing keeper Kelly Boudreau into four saves as they outshot their opponents 12-0 and had shots hit the woodwork and goals disallowed. Fairfield’s resistance would break in heartbreaking fashion as Samantha Baker would score directly from a corner kick with just seconds left in the first period of extra time, giving Georgetown a 2-1 win.
-Jordan Jackson scored a pair of goals in five minutes and racked up an assist to boot as Nebraska destroyed IUPUI, 4-0.
-In a bizarre match, Olga Ekblom tallied two goals and an assist for Campbell as the Camels topped South Carolina State on Monday night. The match was played in South Carolina State’s football stadium and floodlight malfunctions forced the match to be called after seventy minutes with Campbell winning 4-0.