BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – Concordia (N.Y.) College scored with five minutes, 34 seconds, remaining in the first half and went on to a 1-0 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference women's soccer victory over visiting Felician University on Tuesday afternoon at Holtdorf Field.
Felician (1-5, 0-4 CACC) accumulated a 7-2 edge in corner kicks for the day but could only amass nine total shots. The Golden Falcons put four shots on goal and all were stopped by Concordia freshman goalkeeper Meagan Meuweisse (Beacom, N.Y.) for her first collegiate shutout.
The match's only goal came from Clipper freshman midfielder Leigh-Ann Ramsay (Bronx, N.Y.) and was unassisted. Ramsay beat a defender to create a 1 v. 1 opportunity with the keeper, which she won. It was one of nine shots during the game, including six on frame, for Ramsay.
Felician's best chance to score came in the 21st minute, when Lindsey Riera's (Belleville, N.J.) shot from close range was blocked by the Concordia defense and the rebound cleared from near the goal line. The Clippers (3-4-1, 1-2-1) also successfully defended the ensuing Golden Falcon corner kick.
Concordia freshman Lindsay Whaley (Subic Bay, Philippines) hit a goalpost with a 54th-minute offering. The hosts were also denied eight times by Felician junior keeper Jamie Kazenmayer (Mooresville, N.C.).
Riera topped Felician with three shots.
The Golden Falcons step out of conference play for the final time this season by traveling to Salem (W. Va.) University on Saturday for a noon kickoff.