Fri, Sep/02 Final
Women's Soccer
1 LaGrange
2 at Edward Waters
Sat, Sep/10 Final
Women's Soccer
0 Oglethorpe
0 vs. LaGrange
Wed, Sep/14 Final
Women's Soccer
0 Toccoa Falls
4 vs. LaGrange
Fri, Sep/16 Final
Women's Soccer
0 Salem
1 vs. LaGrange
Tue, Sep/20 Final
Women's Soccer
0 Mississippi University for Women
5 vs. LaGrange
Thu, Sep/22 Final
Women's Soccer
1 Trinity Baptist
7 vs. LaGrange
Sat, Sep/24 Final
Women's Soccer
1 LaGrange
1 at Covenant
Tue, Sep/27 Final
Women's Soccer
0 LaGrange
3 at Birmingham Southern
Sat, Oct/01 Final
Women's Soccer
0 Agnes Scott
4 vs. LaGrange
Tue, Oct/04 Final
Women's Soccer
0 Huntingdon
1 vs. LaGrange
Sat, Oct/08 Final
Women's Soccer
0 LaGrange
6 at Belhaven
Thu, Oct/13 Final
Women's Soccer
0 LaGrange
3 at Piedmont
Sat, Oct/15 Final
Women's Soccer
1 Berea
2 vs. LaGrange
Wed, Oct/19 Final
Women's Soccer
3 LaGrange
1 at Wesleyan (Ga.)
Sat, Oct/22 Final
Women's Soccer
4 Maryville (Tenn.)
0 vs. LaGrange
Sat, Oct/29 Final
Women's Soccer
1 LaGrange
2 at Covenant
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WOMEN’S SOCCER: Panthers fall in CCS Quarterfinals   

WOMEN’S SOCCER: Panthers fall in CCS Quarterfinals    

 

Lookout Mountain, Georgia—The LaGrange College Women's Soccer team fell on the road Saturday against Covenant College 2-1 in the Quarterfinals of the Collegiate Conference of the South Championship Tournament. Based on their conference records, the Panthers were the tourney's fifth seed, and the Scots were the fourth. 

The first half was scoreless, with both teams having their chances. The Scots put five shots on goal to LaGrange's two. The half also emphasized the physical side, as the teams combined to commit seven fouls in the period. 

The second half was a much different story, especially on the scoring front. Four minutes into the half, Briana Suarez scored to send the Panthers into a one-goal advantage. The tide changed as the half went on, and two Covenant goals in the 60th and 75th minute proved to be the deciders, leading the Scots to prevail 2-1. 

The Panthers were outshot 22-11 but put six of those on goal. Suarez put two on goal, with one finding the net. Sydney Dailey put two on goal, and Kaia King put two on goal as well.

Leila Moss provided the Panthers with 10 saves in an admirable effort to keep the team's season alive. 

While the Panthers season comes to a close, LC finishes with an 8-6-2 record, going 4-3-1 in conference play. The 2022 campaign was one of the best to date, and work now begins on the 2023 season. 

         Story by Eli Rogers