Women's Soccer falls to AUM, 4-0

Ivy Painter (photo by Jimmy Mitchell)
Ivy Painter (photo by Jimmy Mitchell)

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—The Birmingham-Southern women's soccer team fell at home Wednesday evening to Auburn University at Montgomery, 4-0, on Preston Goldfarb Field.

The Panthers fell to 4-2, while the Warhawks moved to 3-2.

HOW IT HAPPENED

  • AUM scored three of its goals within a 12-minute stretch near the end of the first half.
  • The first was a penalty kick by Ida Bjerklund in the 32nd minute after a hand ball was called on BSC inside the box.
  • Caroline Booth scored in the 33rd minute to put AUM up 2-0, and Agnes Hurtig Edlund found the back of the net in the 44th minute, putting the Warhawks up 3-0 at the half.
  • AUM scored its final goal in the 59th minute to wrap up the game's scoring.

NOTABLE

  • The Warhawks out-shot the Panthers 16-8, 6-3 on-goal.
  • Senior Avery Newcomb led BSC with three shots.
  • Freshman goalkeeper Katherine Kozera started for the Panthers and played the entire first half, recording two saves. Senior Katie Williams was in goal for the second half.

UP NEXT

  • BSC travels to face Emory this Friday, Sept. 18, at 7:30 p.m. ET, and returns home next Wednesday hosting Agnes Scott at 5 p.m.