COCHRAN, GA - The Women's Soccer team defeated the Bethel University (Tenn.) Wildcats on Friday, November 2 to advance to the Southern States Athletic Conference Final Four on November 7-9 in Montgomery, Ala. The teams played 110 minutes of regulation and overtime before going to penalty kicks which the Knights won 4-2 to advance. The game goes in the record book as a tie putting the team's record at 9-7-3 for the season and will face #1 William Carey in the semifinals on Wednesday, November 7.
Knights goalkeeper Ronja Andersson extended her scoreless minutes streak to 490 minutes and 24 seconds spanning 5 games since the last goal by Florida College at 10:47 of the game. It was the 7th shutout for Andersson of the season and she saved 2 of 4 shots faced in the shootout as the team scored on 4 of 5 shots for the victory. In this game, she had 6 saves to give her 111 on the season. The Knights outshot the Wildcats 18 (14 on goal) to 10 (7 on goal) in the game. Ciara Boal, Sophie Reynolds, Ellie Russell, and Reagan Hyde scored the four shootout goals for the Knights.