Louisville Records Road Shutout at Alliance 3-0 – Girls Soccer

Louisville Leopards Girls Varsity Soccer Huddle 2022 Vs. Coventry Comets

Louisville 3, Alliance 0

<<< Previous Vs. Mansfield Christian | Girls Soccer Schedule | Next Vs. Tallmadge >>>

Jenny Can Cleaning AdThe Louisville Leopards Girls Soccer Team shutout the host Alliance Aviators 3-0 Monday Night at Len Dawson Field. With their fifth straight victory, Louisville improves to 9-5 on the season.

View Box Score

Schillig Scores Twice to Lead Leopards

Freshman Alyssa Schillig scored a pair of goals and also recorded an assist to lead the Lady Leopards. Louisville broke the scoreless tie in the 22nd minute when Schillig provided an assist for fellow freshman Sammi Beatty who netted her fifth goal of the season.

The same combination in reverse resulted in the Leopards second goal of the first half. Beatty provided the assist for Schillig who put Louisville in front 2-0 with 8:04 to go in the first half.

Later in the second half, junior Paige Folk delivered a perfect corner kick from the left corner. The ball would have likely found the net directly off the boot, but Schillig was there to remove all doubt. She headed it home for her second goal of the contest and team leading seventh score of the season. The assist was Folk’s fourth of the season tying her with sophomore Alissa Lingenhoel for the team lead.

Henderhan Records 7th Shutout

My Fit Life Personal Trainer Side AdSenior goalkeeper Amelia Henderhan only recorded one save, but it was enough for her to earn her seventh shutout on the season in goal. The shutout is the 25th of her varsity career.

Henderhan and the Lady Leopards are also closing in on tying the team record for most shutouts in a season with two regular season games remaining. The 2004 team, the 2013 team, and most recently the 2021 team all notched eight shutouts in a season. Henderhan holds the known individual record for shutouts in a season with eight as part of that 2021 campaign.

Louisville Wins 10th Straight Vs. Alliance

Lingenhoel Group - Arden and Lisa Lingenhoel - Cutler Real Estate AdThe Lady Leopards have now defeated the Lady Aviators in 10 consecutive meetings dating back to 2011. Louisville has now also won their last five meetings at Alliance. The Lady Leopards now lead the all-time series 12-4-1, which includes a 5-2-1 record when playing on the road in the series.

The Lady Leopards have shutout the Aviators in four straight matchups and have outscored them 34-1 since 2013. This is the eighth time Louisville has shutout Alliance in girls soccer overall.

Alliance drops to 10-5 with the loss.

<<< Previous 2021 | Alliance All-Time Series

UP NEXT: The Louisville Leopards Girls Soccer Team will next host the Tallmadge Blue Devils on Saturday, October 8. Game time is set for 7:00 PM from Louisville Leopards Stadium. 

Donate to Leopard Nation

Advertise On Leopard Nation

Don’t forget to Subscribe to Our Posts for Free

Louisville at Alliance Girls Soccer Box Score


Team 1-2–TOTAL

Louisville 2-1–03

Alliance 0-0–00

1st Half

LOUISVILLE – Sammi Beatty (Alyssa Schillig) | LHS 1, AHS 0, 18:57

LOUISVILLE – Alyssa Schillig (Sammi Beatty) | LHS 2, AHS 0, 8:04

2nd Half

LOUISVILLE – Alyssa Schillig (Paige Folk) | LHS 3, AHS 0, 13:20

Shots: Louisville 5-1

Corners: Louisville 4-2

Records: Louisville 9-5, Alliance 10-5

You may also like...