11. 8. 2013
The Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association announced its 2013 All-Region selections and the list included three Highlanders. Defender Paige Lievsay was named Second Team All-Region while midfielders Kiley Harris and Savannah Roberts were selected to Honorable Mention All-Region. These three student-athletes were instrumental in securing a second straight playoff appearance for the Gordon State College women's soccer team. In addition, they are among eleven freshmen who will return next year and form the nucleus of a very strong 2014 squad. Congratulations!
10. 29. 2013
The Gordon State College women's soccer team was hoping to advance in the first round of the GCAA Region playoffs on Tuesday. However, Middle Georgia State College had other plans as the Knights move on with a 2 - 0 victory over GSC. Middle Georgia will now face Darton State College in Albany on Friday while the Highlanders are eliminated from tournament play. The season may be over but the future for women's soccer at Gordon State is promising! The program will look to make a third straight run for the playoffs in 2014 as they return a strong nucleus of freshmen from this year's squad.
10. 27. 2013
The Gordon State College women's soccer team will be making their second straight playoff appearance on Tuesday! The first round of the 2013 Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association tournament gets underway as the Highlanders travel to Middle Georgia State College. The match is scheduled for 6 p.m. in Cochran. The winner advances to play Darton State College in Albany on November 1 while the loser is eliminated from the competition. Good Luck GSC!
10. 23. 2013
The Gordon State College women’s soccer team understood the importance of Tuesday’s match at Andrew College. A win keeps the playoff possibility alive but a loss eliminates the Highlanders. Knowing the scenario on the line, GSC dominated the game from the first whistle as they moved the ball down the field efficiently and created numerous scoring opportunities in the first half. However, the Highlanders and Tigers would remain 0 – 0 at the break.
10. 21. 2013
The playoff picture is still possible but it's going to take a solid week of play from Gordon State College to make it happen. However, the fourth tie of the year and a key injury didn't help the team's chances on Friday. The Highlanders battled to a 1 - 1 tie with South Georgia State College. The overtime period could not be played because of light and goalkeeper Tori Denton had to leave the match with a head injury. As they enter the final week of the regular season, GSC really needs to pick up two wins. It all starts on Tuesday as they travel to Andrew College. A win in Cuthbert keeps hope alive for Friday's matchup with perennial power Darton State College. The GSC-DSC start time is set for 5 p.m. in Barnesville.
10. 11. 2013
It was back in the win column for the Gordon State College women's soccer team on Thursday. After a long dry spell, the Highlanders picked up a much needed region victory over Andrew College 5 - 0. It was a dominating performance by GSC who scored twice in the first half and three times in the second. Freshman Lucy DeWitt had two of those goals while Savannah Roberts, Angel Baker, and Kiley Harris each had one.
10. 9. 2013
The woes continue for the Gordon State College women's soccer team as they fell to Oxford College of Emory on Tuesday 5 - 2. The Highlanders are now 2 - 7 - 3 on the year. However, the good news is GSC can still earn a playoff spot. With five straight region games left on the schedule, Gordon State must produce some wins to make it happen. Andrew College will be the first region opponent they tackle and a much needed victory is crucial for the team's playoff chances. The Highlanders will host the Tigers Thursday in Barnesville at 5 p.m. Admission for the match is FREE!
10. 2. 2013
There was still an opportunity for the Gordon State College women's soccer team to catch the Jaguars after Georgia Perimeter held a 2 - 0 advantage at the break. However, two more goals in the second half put the game out of reach for the Highlanders as GPC recorded a 4 - 0 victory. After Tuesday's match with GSC, Georgia Perimeter is 8 - 0 on the year and first place in the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association. This is their seventh shutout in a row and they now have outscored their opponents 43 - 1. Meanwhile, Gordon State (2 - 6 - 2) must find a way to get on the scoreboard and get back in the hunt for a playoff spot. The Highlanders return home to face Georgia Military College on Friday at 5 p.m. in Barnesville. The Bulldogs are fresh off an upset win over ABAC and will push the Highlanders in a key GCAA region matchup. Admission to Friday's event is FREE!
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