Poor First Half Dooms Felician In Saturday Women's Soccer Setback

Women's soccer action in Felician defensive end
(Photo by Steven R. Smith)

LAKEWOOD, N.J. – The Felician University women's soccer team trailed, 4-0, at halftime in an eventual 6-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference loss to host Georgian Court University on Saturday afternoon at the GCU Track & Field Complex.

Junior goalkeeper Jamie Kazenmayer (Mooresville, N.C.) made a season-high 13 saves for Felician (1-4, 0-3 CACC). Georgian Court's offense was efficient, however, placing 19 of its 23 shots on goal and hitting a post with another. The Golden Falcons, meanwhile, got off 15 shots but only tested the Lion keepers five times.

Sophomore forward Krystal Hund (Toms River, N.J.) picked up two goals and an assist for the Lions (4-3-1, 2-0-1). She opened the scoring by burying a ball in the upper right corner of the net in the 14th minute, and assisted on an Erin Wimmer (Sayreville, N.J.) marker 10 minutes later. Hund removed any thought of a Golden Falcon comeback when she tallied again just 1:16 into period two for a 5-0 GCU advantage.

A penalty kick conversion by Lion freshman Kieran Lees (Medford, N.J.) with 2:53 remaining completed the day's scoring.

Junior Danielle Jenkin (Pompton Lakes, N.J.) topped Felician with three shots. Dana Fontana (Brick, N.J.) launched five for GCU.

The Golden Falcons travel to Bronxville, N.Y., for a 3 p.m. kickoff with Concordia (N.Y.) College on Tuesday.