Oct. 21, 2007
The Eastern Washington women's soccer team fell to the Sacramento State Hornets 4-0 in a Big Sky Conference match Sunday (Oct. 21) in Cheney, Wash.
The Eagles (6-7-0 overall, 1-3-0 Big Sky Conference) were unable to net any goals past Hornets goalkeeper Mandy Trojan in the cold and crisp weather conditions.
Eastern was outnumbered in shots for the game, 17-11.
The Hornets (10-3-4 overall, 2-0-2 BSC) were led by Katie McCoy, who netted the first and second of Sacramento State's goals. Her first goal was scored in the 18th minute, assisted by Amanda Gray; and the second came in the 54th minute, assisted by Missy Matzen.
The Hornets' last two goals were scored by Amanda Gray (60th minute) and Sarah Howard (83rd), with assists from Kim Kemper and Kara Taylor, respectively.
Eagles senior Cyeeta Mott recorded four shots in the defeat, giving her a career total of 120, just two shy of the school record in career shots held by Beth Russell of 122 (2002-05). The team is also still just one win shy of tying their all-time record for wins in a season at seven.
Eastern junior Brittney Doran suffered an apparent ankle injury late in the first half and had to be helped off the field by the Eagles' training staff.
The Eagles travel to Ogden, Utah October 25 to face Weber State (5-6-2 overall, 2-1-1 BSC), and come back home next Sunday, October 28 to take on Idaho State (5-4-6 overall, 0-1-3 BSC).