Pattison's hat trick paces Rams to 5-1 win
Rams use four first half goals to defeat Chowan (N.C.) 5-1, led by Pattison's first half triple in non-conference action.
August 30, 2012
BLUEFIELD, W.Va. -- Bluefield College’s women’s soccer team used four first half goals to defeat Chowan (N.C.) 5-1 in non-conference action at the East River Soccer Complex.
The Rams jumped out to an early 3-0 lead when freshman Enajah Winbush’s goal was bookended by two Pip Pattison goals within the opening 18 minutes.
After Pattison scored an individual effort Callan Camin provided her first assist in a Ram’s uniform when she found Winbush. The fellow first year player did well and converted to score her first collegiate goal in just her second start.
The Freshman from Woodbridge, Va., provided the game winning assist in the Rams season opener a week prior, would go down as the scorer of game winner in her second as the visitors spoiled the Rams clean sheet in the first half before Winbush’s marker.
Pattison would score her third of the half in the 33rd minute when Jessica Dutka found the second-year scoring machine to give the Rams a 4-1 lead at the break.
Braley Freire would find Missy Baines in the 68th minute as Bluefield concluded the scoring holding a dominating 29-3 lead in shots and a 5-0 edge in corner kicks.
Kayla Richardson allowed the goal while playing 68 minutes in goal to earn the victory. Tori Duncan came on in relief in the second half as neither keeper made a save as the Rams held Chowan to just three shots on the day.