Oct. 14, 2000
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The #14 Virginia Women’s soccer team rebounded from its recent ACC road loss to Wake Forest by beating local rival James Madison, 3-0, in a non conference home game Saturday night (October 14).
The `Hoos got on the board early when Lori Lindsey (Indianapolis, Ind./Pike) took a feed from Ally Benitez (Lake Mary, Fla./Lake Mary), and blasted a shot into the lower left-hand corner of the goal just 2:52 into the game. That goal would prove to be the third game-winner of the season for Lindsey, and sixth of her career.
Virginia got on the board once more before the end of the first half. At 27:35 of the first half, Sarah Lane (Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton North) settled a cross from Erin Engelhardt (Hasbrouck Heights, N.J./Immaculate Heart) and then rifled a shot past Dukes goalkeeper Suzanne Wilson. The Cavaliers scored their third and final goal of the game at 68:15 of the second half when Katie Tracy (Richmond, Va./James River) tapped a ball to Darci Borski (Philadelphia, Pa./Nazareth Academy) off a free kick. Borski launched a shot from beyond the 18-yard box, which found the back of the net
Virginia plays the second game of a three-game homestand Wednesday (October 18) when it takes on Richmond. The game is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m., and will be preceded by a men’s soccer match between Virginia and Elon.
#14 Virginia 3, James Madison 0
1 2 Final Virginia (8-6) 2 1 3
James Madison (7-7-0) 0 0 0 Scoring summary: V: Lindsey (Benitez)/3rd, V: Lane (Engelhardt)/28th, V: Borski (Tracy)/69th.
Goals: V: Lindsey, Lane, Borski.Assists: V: Benitez, Engelhardt, Tracy.
Shots: V: 22, JMU: 6.Saves: V: 3 (Harris 3), JMU: 10 (Wilson 10).
Corner Kicks: V: 4, JMU: 2.Fouls: V: 10, JMU: 11.
Offsides: V: 1, JMU: 0.