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The Cornerstone women's soccer team returns to action on Wednesday when they host Siena Heights for their fifth conference match of the season. Head coach Randy Strawser and the Golden Eagles are currently 11-2 overall and 3-1 in the WHAC. With league play winding down, the women's soccer team is currently third in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference standing behind undefeated Davenport.
The Golden Eagles enter Wednesday coming off a strong outing at Aquinas on Saturday. Cornerstone came from behind in the second half with Kate Wiegman's game winning header goal. After the 2-1 victory, the squad is eager to continue their winning streak on Wednesday.
How to Follow the Golden Eagles
Live audio powered by Stretch Internet will be available for Wednesday night's game on http://www.sienaheights.edu/Athletics.aspx, by clicking the appropriate links on the women's soccer schedule/results panel.
Scouting Siena Heights
Siena Heights enters Wednesday afternoon with a 8-3-1 overall record while holding a 2-2 record in league play. The Saints are coming off a dominant win over Lawrence Tech on Saturday 5-2. The squad was led by Alexis Donnelly who notched two goals for the Saints. Carlee Pallett leads the team in the point category (16) with five goals and six assists. Meanwhile goalkeeper Crystal Wilcoxen has started 10 out of 11 games with 30 saves and a .789 save percentage.
Golden Eagle Quick Hits
-The Golden Eagles are 3rd in the WHAC with a 3-1 record.
-Last year, Cornerstone dropped a close match to Siena Heights, 1-0.
-Since losing their first conference game, the squad has gone 3-0.
-The squad is coming off a 2-1 victory over Aquinas College.
-After Wednesday, Cornerstone will host a 5 match stretch.
-Cornerstone will host Marygrove College on Saturday for Senior Night.
-The Golden Eagles are led by junior midfielder Amanda Van Laar's 16 points and seven goals.
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