Archive for Saturday, September 8, 2001

s soccer beats unlv

September 8, 2001


San Diego -- Kansas University senior Melanie Schroeder set a school record with three assists in the Jayhawks' 4-2 women's college soccer victory over UNLV on Friday at the San Diego State Invitational.

Seniors Hilla Rantala and Natalie Hoogveld each tallied two goals apiece for KU, 2-1. The Rebels fell to 1-1-1.

The Jayhawks opened the scoring when Rantala accepted a pass from Schroeder and put the ball in the back of the net in the eighth minute. Six minutes later Hoogveld scored off another Schroeder assist. The Jayhawks led 2-1 at halftime.

Rantala scored next at 70:01 off a Rachel Gilfillan assist. Hoogveld added her second goal at 77:12 on a double assist from Schroeder and freshman Amy Geha.

The Aztecs scored a fluke goal off a corner kick in the 83rd minute to close the game's scoring. Freshman Meghan Miller earned the win in goal for the Jayhawks. She had six saves.

"I thought we played really well in the second half," KU coach Mark Francis said. "Even though we got out-shot, we really dominated. We're looking forward to playing Sunday (against host San Diego State) with a chance to win the tournament."

Kansas will meet San Diego State at 1 p.m. today.

KU women's golf

in 13th place

Myrtle Beach, S.C. -- Kansas University's women's golf team placed 13th of 31 schools after the first round of the Bay Tree Classic.

KU junior Heather Rose shot 79, good for a tie for 29th. Rose is six shots out of first place and two strokes out of 10th.

Juniors Kristy Straub and Jill MacDonald finished in a tie for 42nd and 52nd respectively. Junior Tiffany Kruggel shot an 84 and sophomore Jennifer Bawanan shot 85

East Carolina leads all teams with a score of 305.

KU men's golf

to open today

Kansas University's men's golf team opens the season today at the Bank of Tennessee Ridges Classic in Knoxville.

Players will play 36 holes today then will play a final round of 18 holes on Sunday.

KU's lineup will consist of Tyler Hall, Casey Harbour, Travis Hurst, Chris Marshall and Andrew Price.

Eight rounds of qualifying were used to determine KU's five golfers.

"We seem to be very competitive. The younger players stepped up during qualifying and showed they were up to the test," said KU coach Ross Randall.

Price is a freshman and Hall a sophomore.

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