Women's Soccer Stumbles Against Winless Lions

Women's Soccer Stumbles Against Winless Lions
Bucs surrender two own goals to fall to Lions. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
MIAMI SHORES, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers lost a heartbreaker to the winless Florida Memorial Lions at Buccaneer Field on Saturday night, surrendering a pair of own goals in the loss.
The Lions (1-3-0), who had been out-scored 13-0 in three previous losses, got on the board first in the 37th minute when the Bucs missed clearing a Ashley Casanas’ free kick and flicked the ball past keeper Emily Brunnschweiler.
In the 70th minute, the Lions had another free kick from the left flank after a Barry foul and Casansas’ kick was flicked over the head of Barry keeper Emily Brunnschweiler by one of her defenders.
The Bucs (1-2-0) finally got on the board in the 87th minute as freshman Emma Karp took a feed at the top of the 18-yard box, split two defenders and ripped a shot past Lion keeper Katelyn Butler.
The Bucs held a commanding 32-6 edge in shots and 14-6 on goal. Butler saved the day for the Lions with 13 stops and defender Elin Palma also swept a ball off the line. Brunnschweiler stopped four shots for the Bucs.
The Bucs’ next game, which was scheduled for West Palm Beach,  Fla., against the Palm Beach Atlantic Sailfish has been moved to Buccaneer Field at 8:00 pm due to PBA’s field being unplayable.
                          Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                          2010 Barry University Soccer
           Florida Memorial vs Barry (09/11/10 at Miami Shores, Fla.)
 Florida Memorial (1-3-0) vs. Barry (1-2-0)
 Date: 09/11/10      Attendance: 221
 Weather: dismal
 Goals by period       1  2  Tot
 Florida Memorial....  1  1 -  2
 Barry..........................  0  1 -  1
  1.  36:11 FMU OWN GOAL (1) (unassisted) - missed placed header after free kick
  2.  69:10 FMU OWN GOAL (2) (unassisted) - own goal after free kick
  3.  86:53 BUW Emma Karp (7) (Lainie Ferring) - rip from 17 yard
 Shots: Florida Memorial 5, Barry 32
 Saves: Florida Memorial 14 (Katelyn Butler 13; TEAM 1), Barry 4 (Emily Brunnschweiler 4)