Women's Soccer Downs San Francisco 1-0
Freshman Kellie Schroeder scored the only goal of the game in the 60th minute.
Nov. 3, 2002
San Francisco, Calif., Sunday, November 3, 2002 - The Loyola Marymount University women's soccer team defeated the University of San Francisco, 1-0, in a West Coast Conference showdown in the Bay Area. Freshman Kellie Schroeder scored the game's only goal in the 60th-minute lifting the Lions to victory.
USF (8-9-1, 1-5-0 WCC) controlled the tempo in the first half and held a 6-4 shot advantage against the Lions (10-6-2, 3-3-0 WCC). The tables were turned in the second period as LMU dictated the pace and owned a 6-2 shot edge.
Junior goalkeeper Jennifer Orantes (6-5) played well for USF, recording four saves and made several spectacular plays defensively. Elizabeth Skhal, back in the starting lineup after nursing a broken hand, made six saves and picked up a shutout.
The Lions did a good job of earning themselves scoring opportunities drawing five corner kicks in the contest to the Lady Dons one. Senior Myka Peck, junior Shari Nishikawa and freshmen Lori Sims and Jessica Hanson each collected two shots in the game. Schroeder's goal was unassisted. She beat Orantes to the left side in a one-on-one situation.
The Lions return home for their final regular season game next week. Loyola Marymount welcomes Saint Mary's to Sullivan Field on Saturday, November 9, game time is set for 1 p.m.