Soccer: AUS women's weekly recap


StFX at Dalhousie
The DAL Tigers defeated the X-Women 3-0 in their game Saturday. Kristy McGregor-Bale scored the first goal at 23:39, Elise Bilodeau scored in the 73rd minute, and Joanna Blodgett scored the third and final goal at 85:18, sealing their victory.


Memorial at UNB
UNB took a 2-1 victory over the Seahawks in their Friday game. Memorial scored early with a goal at 3:57 by Maria Oliver, but Briana Ford connected twice for UNB at 39:50 and 47:23.


Memorial at Moncton
After losing 2-1 to UNB, the Seahawks came back to take a 1-0 victory over the Aigles Bleus. Jane Pope scored the only goal of the game at 64:19.

SMU at Cape Breton
It was a big loss for the Huskies: 9-0 at the hands of Capers. Two goals came in the first seven minutes, then Karolyn Blain scored the next three goals all before the half. Stacey Elliot scored in minute 55, followed six minutes later by Tiffany Johnson, 13 more by Allie MacIntyre, and finally Jessica Furtado in the 75th.

The Huskies have now allowed twice as many goals (24) as the next-highest team (MtA with 12).

Mount Allison at StFX
The Mounties and X-Women came out of their game with a 0-0 score, presumably to help keep the AUS scoring average down after that last game.

Dalhousie at Acadia
The Tigers scraped by with a 1-0 win against the Axewomen, with Victoria Parkinson scoring late into the game in minute 88.

Memorial at Mount Allison
The Seahawks took their second victory of the weekend against the Mount Allison Mounties, 2-1. The game was scoreless until 55:48 when Jana Gordon scored with an assist from Noelle Stanford. Mount Allison scored at 63:33 with a goal by Megan Entwistle, assisted by Cassie Suche. And then Memorial sealed their victory with a goal in minute 90 by Jane Pope.

Saint Mary’s at StFX
It was a 2-1 victory for the X-Women vs. the Huskies. StFX’s Brittany Parks scored less than two minutes into the game, a lead that would last less than 10 minutes until Kara Slawter tied the game at 11:38. The Huskies were almost able to keep it there until StFX’s Melanie Sunada scored the game-winning goal at 89:36.

UNB at Acadia
The final game of the weekend took place at Acadia where the Axewomen were able to take a 4-0 victory over the Varsity Reds. Meghan Earle scored at 26:00, followed by Kathleen Ross in minute 32, Alana Fairfax in the 60th, and Kathleen Ross.
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