Sessions breaks career-record in Tornados lossOctober 16, 2015
BREVARD, N.C. – Brevard College’s women’s soccer team hosted Lenoir-Rhyne in a South Atlantic Conference match on Friday afternoon, falling 1-0. With the loss, BC falls to 4-7-1 overall and 2-6 in SAC play.
In the match, senior Currin Sessions took the top spot in career minutes played while wearing the royal blue and white, currently clocking in with 4603. It did not take her long in the match to surpass former Tornados player Lizzie Graham, as she broke her record in the 11th minute. Sessions trails Graham for the most career games played by two with 63 and counting, while ranking in the top 10 for games started with 44.
Brevard played Lenoir-Rhyne (10-4, 6-2 SAC) physically throughout the match, resulting in it’s first one-goal loss versus the Bears since the inaugural conference matchup between the teams in 2008 and the first time they held their opponent to only one goal.
Lenoir-Rhyne scored the lone goal of the contest in the 47th minute, as Leah Mullins dribbled the ball from the corner to in front of the goal and placing the ball in the lower right corner for the score.
The Tornados were not able to get a shot on target in the loss, with Alyssa Bois, Hinako Omizu and Kimiko Nakanishi all taking attempts.
Jocelyn Springer was able to stop seven shots over the match.
Women’s soccer takes to the road for a midweek match at Newberry on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 12:30 p.m.