Clymer Fires In 4 Goals In 9-0 Shutout Of Stephens
"Samantha Clymer led the Lady Lions with four goals in the win"
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Clymer Fires In 4 Goals In 9-0 Shutout Of Stephens

Sat, Sep. 23, 2017 - [Women's Soccer]

Matt Barker, Sports Information Director

HENDERSON, Tenn. - The Freed-Hardeman Lady Lion soccer team proved their offense was alive and well Saturday, as Samantha Clymer found the back of the net four times to lead FHU to a 9-0 shutout of Stephens College.

The Lady Lions (4-4, 2-1 AMC) had plenty of offense to go around, as four players contributed each of the nine goals, led by Clymer's four goals and one assist. Sydney Dubiel and Nele Kirsch also had multi-goal games, as each ended the day with two goals while Melissa Ross rounded out the scoring with a goal in the 48th minute off an assist by Clymer.

Freed-Hardeman dominated the offensive possession, as they attempted 27 shots and 20 shots on goal compared to Stephens College (3-5-1, 1-3 AMC) who attempted just three shots and two shots on goal in the match.

The Lady Lions did a majority of their damage in the first half, as six of their nine goals came in the opening 45 minutes. Clymer's four goals all came in the first frame, as FHU rolled to a 6-0 lead at the half. Dubiel and Kirsch each scored one of their two goals in the first half to round out the scoring frenzy.

The Lady Lions distributed the ball well in the win, led by Nina Carolissen who ended the day with three assists. Four other Lady Lion players contributed an assist in the match, as Dubiel, Laura Williams, Taylor Woods and Avis Van Kampen all dished out assists in the match.

With the win, the Lady Lions even up their season record at 4-4 and move to 2-1 in conference play. Stephens College falls to 3-5-1 on the season and 1-3 in AMC play with the loss.

UP NEXT: The Freed-Hardeman soccer teams are back in action Saturday, September 30th, as they make the trip to Missouri Baptist University. The Lady Lions kick things off first at 11:00 AM followed by the men's match at 1:00 PM in St. Louis, Mo.