Rams cruise to 5-0 win over Brevard under the lights
Callan Camin provided two assists and scored another to lead four different scorers as Bluefield College dominated Brevard (N.C.), 5-0, as the Rams won its second straight and third straight at East River Soccer Complex on Saturday evening
September 15, 2012
Enajah Winbush scored her fourth goal of the season in the eighth minute
BLUEFIELD, W.Va. -- Callan Camin provided two assists and scored another to lead four different scorers as Bluefield College dominated Brevard (N.C.), 5-0, as the Rams won its second straight and third straight at East River Soccer Complex on Saturday evening.
Camin a junior from Beachwood, Ohio, provided the games second and third goal when she found fellow junior Pip Pattison on a pair of set pieces. For the game the Rams scored on 25 percent (2-of-8) of their corner kicks on the day and 50 percent (5-of-10) on shots on target.
“The girls played very well tonight,” said Head Coach Chase Neidig. “Over the last two games we have started to find ourselves and we’re starting to figure out how to play.”
Freshman Enajah Winbush opened the scoring in the eighth minute on an individual effort. After missing an opening minute chance the Woodbridge, Va., native burst past the Brevard back line where she slotted home the eventual game winner just 7:38 into the match. That goal extended 5-foot-7 attackers scoring streak to three games. Currently Winbush ranks second on the team in goals (4) and points (10).
Camin and Pattison connected in the 18th minute off a corner kick to double the lead (2-0) as Bluefield continued their recent domination off set pieces.
Less than seven minutes later the NAIA second leading assister (8) found the nation’s third leading scorer (11) on another corner as Camin and Pattison gave the Rams a 3-0 lead at the 24:07 mark.
The Rams would enter the break with the three goal advantage and holding a 10-7 lead in shots and a 7-5 lead in shots on goal.
Jessica Dutka a junior from Highland, N.Y., converted a Winbush service to open the second half scoring for the Rams. Winbush who played arguably her best game of her career with a physical presence up top, fought off three defenders before finding a crashing Dutka as the Rams extended their lead to four (4-0) in the 60th minute. That lead equaled same margin of defeat the Rams suffered a year ago to Brevard.
Junior keeper Kayla Richardson earned her Mid-South Conference leading second shutout while making 10 saves. The Wren, Ohio, native also ranks No. 1 in the MSC in total saves (41).
To show the current domination of the Red, White & Blue have had under first-year Head Coach Chase Neidig, Camin scored on command in the 79th minute to close the scoring and a dominating 5-0 victory for BC. Camin lined up a free kick from the left side from over 25-yards where she beat the keeper with a neatly placed shot to the back post.
In the midst of the most successful start to a season since 2008 Bluefield returns to action when the MSC leading Rams travel to Columbia, Ky., to face the No. 2 rankedLindsey Wilson College for a 6 p.m. EST kickoff on Wednesday, Sept. 19. Lindsey Wilson brings in a 3-2-1 mark on the season after dropping a 3-2 double overtime loss to No. 3 Lee University before defeating No. 16 Vanguard (Calif.) on Saturday.