GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNC Greensboro women’s soccer (0-5-1) fell to Davidson (4-3-0) Thursday night at UNCG Soccer Stadium. The Wildcats’ Cameron France produced the game-winning goal seven minutes in, scoring on a shot in the right side of the net after receiving a pass by Hailey Braemer and dribbling to the left side of the box.
The game was seen by a fantastic crowd at UNCG Soccer Stadium, as 1,341 fans were in attendance. It was the third-highest attended game in program history, trailing only games against ACC opponents.
Michele Manceaux doubled Davidson’s lead in the 32nd minute, scoring from the middle off the box after receiving a cross from Gretchen Pearson. Sophia Caruso had the Wildcats’ last goal in the 53rd minute.
Three Things To Know
-- With the game dedicated to the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Vs. Cancer Program, the Spartans drew 1,341 in attendance as noted. The single-game attendance number ranks third all-time in program history.
-- UNCG had the edge in shots (9-7) with five on goal, but Davidson finished with a sizable advantage in corner kicks (6-1).
The Spartans return to action Sunday at 6 p.m. on the road against Gardner-Webb.
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