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Morgan, LaRose, Phillips named Academic All-District

Posted on 31 October 2014 by Allen

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Cumberland University’s Beth Morgan, Reneé LaRose and Kaitlin Phillips were all voted to the Capital One Women’s Soccer Academic All-District 2 team this week. The group will now enter the pool of players from around the country to be selected Academic All-American next month.

Phillips has enjoyed her best offensive season in 2014, setting career-highs for goals (9) and assists (14) with three game-winning goals for the Bulldogs, who have been ranked No. 1 in the nation the last four weeks. The Edmonton, Alberta, native carries a 3.84 grade-point-average in Health and Human Performance.

Morgan and LaRose are both part of a backline that has allowed just 11 goals in 15 matches this season for Cumberland. LaRose has started every match of her career and Morgan has played in 75 career matches, serving the last three years as a starter at defender. Morgan has a 3.72 GPA in Psychology while LaRose carries a 3.35, also in Psychology.

The Bulldogs, 13-1-1 overall, play their final regular season match on Monday at No. 9 Northwestern Ohio.

Women’s Soccer Capital One Academic All-District 2
GK – Kristiana Daniels, Taylor Univ.
D – Melanie Czada, Marian Univ. [IN]
D – Emily Richardson, Univ. of St. Francis [IN]
D – Beth Morgan, Cumberland Univ.
D – Reneé LaRose, Cumberland Univ.
F – Rachel Shmagranoff, Purdue Univ.-Calumet
F – Meredith Ury, Asbury Univ.
F – Mallory Rondeau, Grace College
MF – Amanda Roden, Taylor Univ.
MF – Bettina Brulhart, Lindsey Wilson
MF – Melissa Loretto, Trinity International
MF – Kaitlin Phillips, Cumberland Univ.

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LeRose leads Cumberland to win

Posted on 23 September 2014 by Allen

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Reneé LaRose’s header 55 seconds into extra time provided the game-winner, as eighth-ranked Cumberland came from behind for a 2-1 victory over No. 13 Martin Methodist in women’s soccer action Tuesday at Lindsey Donnell Stadium-Kirk Field.

LaRose missed several opportunities for headers on corner kicks during regulation, especially in the second half, but the senior crashed the top of the six-yard box on a corner by Kaitlin Phillips in the first minute of overtime. The header was near post into the side net, sending the Bulldogs (8-0-1) into a celebration for the hard-fought victory.

Cumberland created a couple of good scoring chances in the first half, with a long clearance by Lindsay Kitson run down at the top of the box by Shauna Gilpin, but her left-footed shot scooted right of the net. A few minutes later Olivia Chu had a similar chance, but her shot also sailed right of the goal.

Martin Methodist’s Anna Becerra found the back of the net in the 22nd minute after a scramble in front on a free kick delivered into the box by Caroline Ladaga da Silva, but the RedHawks were called offsides on the play, nullifying the goal.

The Bulldogs controlled play much better in the second half after an uneven opening period, with Chu and Emily Shires continually threatening on the outside, but the RedHawks struck first. Ladaga da Silva’s cross from near the sideline to the far post was headed in by Fabiola Sanchez in the 57th minute, but that seemed to wakeup Cumberland.

Gilpin got the equalizer, also a header to the front post into the side net, after a nice cross from Shires in the 65th minute. The duo nearly hooked up for another goal at least twice more on the same sequence in the final 25 minutes, but Gilpin’s header was saved by MMC’s Jhani Williams and her half-volley was miss-hit and went straight to the keeper.

Cumberland had six corner kicks in the second half and nine in the match, with LaRose heading at least three of those corners either over the net and just to the right. Another scramble in front led to one shot being cleared off the line by a RedHawks defender.

Cumberland plays at home twice more in the next week, taking on St. Catharine College on Saturday at Noon and the University of the Cumberlands on October 1 at 1 p.m.

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