Soccer Knocks Off Cedarville, 3-1
Youngstown, Ohio -- The Youngstown State women's soccer team snapped its four-match losing streak after defeating Cedarville, 3-1, on Tuesday evening at Stambaugh Stadium.
The Guins improve to 5-4 overall and are just one win shy of tying the school mark for most wins in a single-season. Cedarville fall to 2-6.
Freshman Tyesha Kizer headed a long, high-crossing pass from Katie Hohmann into the bottom left-corner of the net at the 29:41 mark of the first half to put the Guins ahead 1-0. It was Kizer's second goal of the season and Hohmann's second assist of the year.
Junioir Heather Coonfare scored her first goal of the season in the 80th minute to give the Guins a 3-0 advantage. Coonfare was in the right place at the right time taking a rebound from an Allison Ludwig shot and finding an open net.
Freshman goalkeeper Jackie Podolsky, who was making her first career start, notched the victory with two saves.
Cedarville scored on a penalty kick by Jacoby Ziegler at the 86:25 mark for the match's final score.
The Guins host Milwaukee, Saturday, Sept. 29, at Noon, at Stambaugh Stadium.