Women's Soccer Blanks Newberry

Sami Cromartie had six saves to post her second straight shutout. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
NEWBERRY, S.C.—The Barry Buccaneers traveled 665 miles to play an early game due to Hurricane Hanna and took their frustrations out on Newberry College 2-0 on Thursday.
 
The game, originally scheduled for Friday, was bumped up a day due to the storm.
 
The Buccaneers (2-1-0) got on the board first when Allie Llaneras converted the first penalty kick of the season after a foul by Newberry’s Ashliegh Mayer in the box.
 
Newberry (0-3-0) had a chance to knot the game at the 48th minute. The Bucs were whistled for a foul in the box, but Amberly Fowler’s penalty kick glanced off the crossbar.
 
Michelle Tarasiuk added an insurance goal in the 60th minute when she chipped Emily Rhoades from 40 yards out.
 
Sami Cromartie had six saves, including one on the penalty kick, to notch her second straight shutout for Barry. Rhoades had seven saves for Newberry.
 
The Bucs will face the North Georgia Saints on Sunday, Sept. 7 at 1:00 pm in a neutral site game at Newberry’s field.
 
                          Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                          2007 Barry University Soccer
                Barry vs Newberry (09/04/2008 at Newberry, S.C.)
 
 Barry (2-1-0) vs. Newberry (0-3-0)
 Date: 09/04/2008    Attendance: 127
 Weather: radiant
 
 Goals by period       1  2  Tot
 -------------------------------
 Barry........................  1  1 -  2
 Newberry................  0  0 -  0
 
 SCORING SUMMARY:
  1.  27:18 BUW Allie Llaneras (1) Penalty kick
  2.  59:17 BUW Michelle Tarasiuk (1) (Emily Bourgoine) - chipped the keeper from 40 yards
 
 Shots: Barry 14, Newberry 12
 Saves: Barry 6 (Sami Cromartie 6), Newberry 7 (Emily Rhoades 7)
 

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