Tornados Go Quietly in AndersonSeptember 19, 2012
Anderson, S.C.- The BC women's soccer team was shutout 2-0 at the hands of the Anderson University Trojans in their 2012 South Atlantic Conference opener on Wednesday afternoon.
Junior Elena Crowe put a shot on goal for the Tornados that would have given BC a 1-0 advantage, but a stellar save by Anderson goalkeeper Kaitlyn Neipp preserved the scoreless tie.
After a hard-fought first half, the two teams went into the break with the game still scoreless.
The Trojans jumped out to a lead at 46:13 on a header by Olivia Scalziti from 10 yards out. The goal sailed just over BC keeper Brittany Webster, and was assisted by Krystal Goss. Webster finished the game with five saves.
Goss scored the second goal for the Trojans at 56:59, capitalizing on a breakaway to make it 2-0 in favor of Anderson.
The Tornodos open their South Atlantic Conference home schedule on Saturday, September 22nd against the Mars Hill Lions at 2 p.m.