BC Drops High-Scoring Affair at Emmanuel, 4-3
Two goals and an assist by Pattison not enough as Rams fall 4-3 on the road.
September 10, 2012
FRANKLIN SPRINGS, Ga. -- In just the first meeting between the programs, Bluefield College women’s soccer lost at Emmanuel on Monday afternoon. The Rams held an early two goal advantage, before the Lions scored four unanswered goals to earn the 4-3 victory.
The win improved the Lions to 4-2-0 on the season and extended their current winning streak to three games. The loss drops the Rams to 2-3-0 on the season and below .500 for the first time on the season.
Callan Camin continued her strong early season play when she found fellow junior Pip Pattison for a headed goal to open the scoring.
Pattison -- the Rams leading scorer from a year ago -- provided the games next goal when she found freshman Enajah Winbush as Bluefield College opened a two goal advantage (2-0) within the opening 30 minutes.
The Lions responded scoring four straight goals as they held a two goal advantage.
Pattison scored her second of the game – sixth of the season but it wasn’t enough as the Rams fell 4-3. The loss marks the third straight after opening the season with a program second best 2-0-0.