(6-1-2) lost to non-region opponent Jefferson College (4-4) by the
score of 4-2 on Wednesday.
Coach Ben Massena summed up the
"We started the game very flat and let a dangerous team
get a few chances and they scored off their first two shots of the
game. We came out very slow today, and they are a very good team who
have played five of the top 10 teams in the nation. I think we took
them a bit lightly because of their record. However, they were
playing the best teams in the nation so their record did not reflect
the type of team they had.
"At halftime we changed a few things and
came out like we usually play and scored two quick goals in the
first eight minutes to bring the score back to 2-2. It was what we
had asked them to do and the momentum was with us.
"We gave up an
easy counter and they earned a corner in which we scored an own goal,
bringing the score to 3-2.
"The guys continued to fight and had
several great chances to capitalize, but we couldn't find the back of
the net again. The fourth and last goal came from a counterattack
when we were pressing for a goal.
"Hopefully, we learned a lot about
who we are as a team today and that we bounce back from such a
Lincoln takes on St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley on
Sunday at Lincoln's field.
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Lincoln College women's soccer team (1-8) lost to Parkland College
(8-1) by a score of 8-0 on Wednesday.
Lincoln College women's golf team finished in second place at the
Illinois College invitational on Wednesday.
Ellen Turner placed fourth with a 101.
Alex Turner, 109
Emily Cearlock, 110
Kim Lange, 130
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[Text from file received from Kirk Whiteman,