ET Soccer: LeTourneau men, women shut out by Louisiana College
Oct. 4, 2013 at 10 p.m.
<strong>LOUISIANA COLLEGE 4, LETU 0:</strong> PINEVILLE, La. - Three first half goals and an insurance goal in the second half sparked ASC leader, Louisiana College to a 4-0 win over the LeTourneau University men's soccer team on Thursday night in Pineville.
The YellowJackets (2-7-1, 1-1 ASC) found themselves quickly behind when the Tigers scored in the 4th minute of the contest. LeTourneau sought to equalize for the next 30 minutes with three shots that were saved by LC goalkeeper Cameron Vauclin. The Tigers (6-5, 3-0 ASC) added to its lead when they scored on a corner kick in the 35th minute and an extra tally in the 44th minute. Louisiana College held a slight advantage in shots for the contest with a 10-8 margin including a 6-3 advantage in the first 45 minutes.
LC added to its lead, late in the second half, when they scored in the 84th minute on a goal by Felipe Albuquerque. The YellowJackets attempted to end the shutout bid throughout the second half; however, Vauclin answered the challenge with three more saves for the shutout. LeTourneau's Josh Bishop, Mario Lopez and Martin Pflaum each had two shots in the loss.
LeTourneau is back in action at 3 p.m. today with a contest against Mississippi College in Clinton, Miss.
<strong>LOUISIANA COLLEGE 7, LETU 0:</strong> PINEVILLE, La. - The LeTourneau University women's soccer team dropped a 7-0 decision to Louisiana College in Pineville on Thursday night.
The YellowJackets (1-10, 0-2 ASC) continued to rely on a possession-centered approach to the game. Despite the goal differential, LeTourneau had nine shots in the contest including five on goal. Plus for LeTourneau, Raylene Gould and Ashley Joyner each had two shots on goal.
Louisiana College (3-7, 1-2 ASC) had six different players score a goal including a pair by Pamela Usry.
The Wildcats scored seven first half goals but were held off the scoreboard in the second half.
LeTourneau is back in action at 1 p.m. today with a contest against Mississippi College in Clinton, Miss.