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Redhawks Drop 3-1 Decision To Saint Louis

Sept. 15, 2007

Box Score

ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Freshman Alyssa Mautz posted two goals and an assist in leading host Saint Louis past Southeast Missouri State by a 3-1 margin Friday night to end the first day of the SLU Toys for Tots Tournament at Robert R. Hermann Stadium in St. Louis. The Billikens hiked their season record to 2-2, while the Redhawks fell to 2-2-1 on the year.

The first half went scoreless as Southeast thwarted several SLU scoring chances and the home team held a 7-3 shooting advantage.

Mautz scored the game's first goal in the 60th minute after putting back a rebound off a shot from Kelly Waeckerle's shot attempt that was saved by Redhawk senior goalkeeper Lindsay Pickering (St. Charles, MO/St. Charles West) for a 1-0 lead. Two-plus minutes later, Mautz took advantage of a Southeast defensive miscue by blasting a ball into the upper part of the net for a 2-0 Billiken leading margin.

Sophomore forward Courtney Alexander (Liberty, MO/Liberty) brought the Redhawks within 2-1 in the 72nd minute after taking the ball within eight yards and lined a shot into the near post for the score. SLU closed the scoring in the 75th minute on a goal from sophomore Maggie Farrell in which she one-timed a shot off a pass into the 18-yard box from Mautz.

Saint Louis held advantages of Southeast in shot attempts (18-6) and corner kicks (3-2). Mautz recorded six shots, including four on goal, while sophomore Hannah Koesterer notched two saves for the Billikens.

Freshman forward Ashley Runion (St. Peters, MO/Ft. Zumwalt South) led the Redhawks with two shot attempts and Pickering notched a match-high seven saves.

Southeast is back in action Sunday morning with an 11 a.m. contest against Air Force to conclude the Toys for Tots Tournament.


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