COLUMBUS, Ga. – The Lander women’s soccer fell to 13th-ranked Columbus State, 5-0, in a Peach Belt Conference match on Saturday afternoon.
Lander falls to 2-5-1 and 1-2-1 in the PBC, while the Cougars move to 7-2, (3-1).
Nicole Corcione gave the Cougars a 1-0 lead at 10:53 off an assist by Mandy Janowitz, netting her third goal of the season.
Cassandra Wade extended the Cougars’ lead to 2-0 when she connected with Amanda Murphy’s corner kick at the 33:18 mark.
Claire Belay extended the Cougars’ lead to 3-0 heading into halftime, as she scored off an assist from Angelica Tabares 39:55 into the match.
Corcione netted her second goal of the match, and fourth of a season, at the 51:53 mark of the match, extending the Cougars’ lead to 4-0.
Georgian Barton tallied her first goal of the season at 89:44, giving the Cougars a commanding 5-0 lead.
CSU outshot the Bearcats, 22-2 and led in corner kicks, 8-0.
Lander’s Megan Wiley grabbed grabbed nine saves while Columbus State’s Paige Betsill grabbed one save.
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