CMU uses early goals to power past BU

CMU uses early goals to power past BU

FAYETTE, Mo. -- Central Methodist scored eight times on 24 shots on Saturday afternoon to defeat the Bellevue University women's soccer team 8-0 at Davis Field.


Bellevue: 3-4-0
(RV) Central Methodist: 5-0-0

Recap: (RV) Central Methodist 8, Bellevue 0

Anika Kallash scored twice in each half and Zoe Jessen added a brace to lead Central Methodist to a convincing win.

The Bruins put themselves in a hole quickly, conceding twice in the game's first two minutes, and were unable to recover.

The game was the seventh – eight, including a friendly – of nine (10) during a brutal stretch of just over four weeks for the Bruins.

Sabrina Staufenbiel stopped six shots in goal for the Bruins who were out-shot 24-1 in the game.

Emily Weyant recorded the Bruins' lone shot in the 84th minute.

Coach Tom White:

"Central Methodist were a very good outfit; we let ourselves down conceding two goals very quickly. We have to all do more as a staff and as a team. Before today we played seven games in 18 days so we are looking forward to being able to take some time and work on what we need."

Up Next:

Bellevue travels to Seward, Neb. on Wednesday, Sept. 11 for a 7 p.m. kick-off against Concordia from Bulldog Stadium.