Shots (on goal)
Written by Sean Dahlin
RADFORD, Va.−The Southern Virginia women's soccer team fell to NCAA Division I Radford University 9-0 on Friday night at Memorial Cupp Stadium.
"Radford perennially has a solid women's soccer team at the highest collegiate level," said sixth-year Head Coach Matt Grawrock. "The test of playing a top-quality D-I program can't be duplicated and gives our players the experience that will help with the rest of the season."
Radford University (4-2) took a 6-0 lead before intermission, including a pair of scores by Highlander forward Julie Ruh'e both in the 31st minute.
The Highlanders outshot the Knights 23-1 for the match and eight different Radford players recorded a goal against Southern Virginia.
Women's soccer travels on Monday, Sept. 11, to face USCAA-foe Washington Adventist in search of its first win of the young 2012 season.