Greensboro, N.C. – The Brevard College Women's Soccer team improved their record to 2-1 as they traveled to Greensboro to match up with the Guilford Quakers. Mother nature played a factor in this match early on, as the game entered into a lightning delay at the 11:15 mark. The delay lasted around 30 minutes before play resumed.
Ashley Hughes came out of the delay firing on all cylinders. She highlighted a strong outing for the Tornados, scoring her 2nd and 3rd goals of the season. These two goals marked Hughes' first ever multi-goal game.
Hughes was consistently on target with her shots today. Out of 6 shots taken, five found the goal, good enough for an 83% SOG mark.
Both goals were set up by Caroline David, as she has now reached 7 career assists. She is only one assist away from matching her single-season career high of three assists.
Rebeccah Rojas started her third game of the regular season. Her record improved to 2-1-0 on the year, alongside an 11-6-1 mark for her career.
Turning Point: Ashley Hughes tallied the 9th career goal of her Brevard career by way of an early second-half strike. Hughes sent a pass from Caroline David sailing into the goal from 16 yards out, giving the Tornados some insurance to their lead.
Next Up: The Tornados host the Methodist Monarchs at home this Saturday at 1:00 pm. This is the Tornados first home match of the season.
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