Women’s Soccer Ends Season With 4-1 Setback Against Caldwell

Women’s Soccer Ends Season With 4-1 Setback Against Caldwell

BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – The Concordia College New York women's soccer team concluded its 2019 season on Friday afternoon, with the Clippers going into halftime against Caldwell in a one-goal contest before a pair of second-half scores from the visitors lifted them to a 4-1 decision.

• Concordia ends the season with a 5-10-1 record, 3-8-1 in CACC play.

• Caldwell improves to 9-3-3, 8-1-3 in league action

• Concordia ends the season with 57 total points, the third-most in program history. The Clippers' 21 goals ties for the fourth-most on record, with the team's 15 assist ranking second in the program record book.

• The five victories this year ranks second in the program record book, while the three shutout triumphs is a program record.

• Freshman forward Leigh-Ann Ramsay (Bronx, N.Y.) ended the year with 15 total points, the 10th-most in program history.

• Sophomore forward Jimena Garcia-Risoto (Madrid, Spain) scored her fifth goal of the year off four shots with two on goal.

• Ramsay dished out her third assist of the season while talking two shots with one on frame.

• Redshirt-sophomore keeper Sophia Cogan (Seal Beach, Calif.) stopped seven shots.

• For Caldwell, Sarah Costanza found the back of the net three times with Meghan Grundhauser adding one score while Nicole Alfano, Teaghan Darling and Lucy Rennar all tallied an assist.
• Costanza connected on a penalty-kick attempt in the 20th minute to give the visitors a 1-0 lead.

• Ramsay found Garcia-Risoto in the 28th minute to even the score at 1-all.

• Caldwell capitalized on a corner-kick opportunity in the 42nd minute with Alfano and Darling getting the ball to Grundhauser to create a 2-1 halftime score.

• Costanza gave Caldwell a 3-1 advantage in the 50th minute off a pass from Rennar.

• Constanza created the final score with an unassisted score in the 55th minute.

• Concordia took 16 shots with eight on target, Caldwell took 19 with 12 on goal.

• Caldwell held a 7-5 advantage in corner kicks.

• Neither side received a caution.
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