CHARLESTON, S.C. – The College of Charleston women’s soccer team has outscored opponents 11-0 over their last four games, and they’ll be turning their guns across town this Sunday when they head to Washington Light Infantry Field to square off with The Citadel at 2 p.m.
The Cougars come fresh off a win over the visiting Stetson Hatters on Friday, when the College dominated the shot battle 24-4 en route to a 1-0 win. Jessica Schifer punched in the game winner with six minutes to play, cleaning up a quality free kick opportunity from fellow forward Laura Ortega. Defensively, Lauren Killian had a quiet night in goal with only two saves on the evening, yet she pushed her shutout streak to 365 minutes and counting.
The Citadel was on a tear to start the season, picking up three-straight 2-0 victories over UNC Asheville, Alabama A&M and LIU Brooklyn. On Friday however, their fortunes shifted when they fell 4-0 to Charleston Southern, a team who the Cougars defeated by the same margin a little over a week ago.
The Bulldogs have gotten their offensive production by committee, with three players falling between five and three points on the year. Junior forward Mady Riegel leads the way with two goals and an assist thus far, with both of her scores registering as the game-winning variety. Between the pipes, freshman keeper Logan Leask has gotten the lion’s share of action with 325 minutes played this year. She’s got 16 saves with a 1.11 GAA and a .800 save percentage.