The Castleton women’s soccer team finished its season at 11-7 this past weekend with a boosting win over Johnson State College 9-0 to bring their NAC record to 6-1. The team has been very well balanced since the beginning of the season, scoring 49 goals and only letting in 19. The team is also well conditioned coming into the second period of their games, scoring almost half their goals in that time.
Last Saturday, Oct. 25, against Johnson, the Spartans looked very strong and well coached as they scored 9 goals on their way to a big victory.
Courtney Chadburn helped the team as she has all season, scoring two goals and assisting another. She finished her season with 21 goals and 10 assists. Following her in the contest was Kelly Gerken with another pair of goals.
The win against Johnson gave Castleton a good enough record to finish 2nd in the NAC going into the playoffs. This record gave the Spartans a bye week for the quarterfinals.
The team will again look for strong play out of Courtney Chadburn and Maria Arnot to win a NAC title.
The semifinal game will be on November 2nd after the quarterfinal teams battle for a spot in the final four.
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