By Emily Pritchett
The Lady Hillcats captured another outstanding win over Southwestern Christian (OK) at Soldier Field. Jordan Beasley put her team on the board in the 28th minute with her third goal of the season. The freshman headed the ball into the back of the net off a corner kick from senior Abby Rickner. On fire and fully focused, Sophomore Melissa Subu also contributed 3 goals to help push the Lady Cats to victory. Senior Shereen Clarke and Devon Bullard also added single goals to finalize the winning score. RSU’s six goals has set a season high and the clean sheet gave the Hillcats their second shutout of the season. Sophomore Chelsea McMullin registered the win in goal as she made three saves in the complete game victory. McMullin was also named Sooner Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week after only one week of play. She shows much dedication and has certainly played her role well.
The Rogers State men’s soccer team set their third-straight victory in stone as they dominate Southwestern Christian (OK) at Soldier Field. The Hillcats stepped on the field focused and determined to make a point. In the second minute of play, Senior Henrique Sousa placed the Hillcats on the board off a free kick from 20 yards out. Following Sousa, Junior Dary Arauz passed the ball into the corner for Junior Justin Friesen. Friesen then crossed the ball into the box for Martin who headed the ball into the net to add to the score. Shortly after the 2-0 lead in the opening half, Sousa is awarded another free kick 25 yards out where he crossed the ball to the backside of the goal and Senior Ryan Coffman put the ball away. This was the defenders first goal of the season. Coffman fires again in the 66th minute, heading a Martin corner kick into the net. In the 84th minute, Freshman Devon Williams passed the ball through the defenders legs to Sousa at the top of the box. The San Paula, Brazil native showed no mercy as he buried the ball in the back of the net. With the shutout victory, the Hillcats gather their fourth clean sheet of the season. Junior Nathan Inger registered the win in goal, making five saves.