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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Soccer, Softball with Friday wins


-Soccer rolls over Villanova

-Morehead falls to UofL Softball

-Sara-Maude Juneau cards a 70
The University of Louisville women's soccer team improved to 9-4 with
a big win over Villanova in Cardinal Park yesterday 5-2. Villanova contributed to the Cards success early by actually scoring a goal against themselves when goalie Erin Ryan mishandled the ball and put in into her own net. Nova would roll back and tie the score at 1-1 minutes later but the Cards would regain the lead when Emily Cardell found paydirt on a pass from Christine Exeter.
Nova tied it when Heidi Sabatura connected on a 10 yard fire past Louisville goalie Taylor Vancil but the Wildcats would not score the rest of the game.
Louisville also got goals from Exeter, Caitlin Rehder and Jordan Pawlik to improve to 3-3 in BIG EAST play. They face Georgetown Sunday and the match will be shown on WHAS-TV live at 1 p.m.
Sandy Pearsall's softball squad ended fall play by trouncing Morehead 11-1 in Ulmer Stadium. The Cards struck early with five second inning runs, highlighted by a Colby Wherry's two run double. They added three more runs in the third and Chelsea Bemis started the fourth inning with a towering home run to make it 9-0
Junior Tori Collins picked up the win for Louisville and freshman Caralisa Connell also hurled for the Cards, as they end with a 5-0 fall record.
Sara-Maude Juneau is tied for eight place with a two under par effort in the opening round of the Tar Heel Invitational in Durham, NC. Louisville sits in 17th place with a 301 combined score. Anna-Karin Ljungstrom, pictured above, fired a 75 and Laura Anderson finished with a 76. Maria Castellanos and Candace Wiley toured the 18 holes with 80 strokes.
The action starts early in Cardinal Arena this morning, as Volleyball begins at 10 a.m. vs, Notre Dame. See you there!

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