Austin Bay State University football is located in front of Central Arkansas, 1-0 – Clarksville Online

Conway, Arkansas — Despite its top 20 shots of the season and eight shots on target, the Austin Peak State University (APSU) soccer team overturned the ASUN Conference decision 1-0 against central Arkansas, Thursday, at the Bill Stevens Track & Soccer Complex.

Austin Peay (2-5-3, 0-2 ASUN) scored two free goals from the board in the match, the first coming in the ninth minute and the last was the equalizer in the 82nd minute that was called back to connect with the goalkeeper after a corner kick.




The Governors maintained possession in the Bears’ defensive zone early on, with young Annabelle Anderson scoring the afternoon’s first shot in the second minute that sailed over the bar.

Freshman Hallie Patterson scored the Governments fourth shot in the 30th minute, and the attempt began a series of 10 consecutive APSU attempts to finish the inning, including four team high shots by sophomore Alec Baumgart.

In the break, the APSU governor edged out the UCA, 14-2, the largest margin in this half of the season.

Making her first start to her career, freshman Cidi Schenk scored her first shot of her career in the 51st minute, but was unable to outsmart Beers goalkeeper in the second half, Linga Kinstel.

Sydney Pro from central Arkansas scored the winning goal in the 65th minute. Austin Peay tried three more shots after the UCA result, but was unable to improve the UCA defense.

Inside The Box Score

The referees tied for the 20 best shots of the season in a loss.

Austin Peak’s 14 shots in the first half were her second most in any full game this season.

The APSU governors’ 14 first-half attempts were the biggest in the half since Govs fired 17 shots in the first half against Alabama A&M on September 16, 2021.

The eight kicks the referees scored on goal were the biggest of the season.

The five shots on target in the first half were APSU’s most shots in half this season.

Bomgardt scored the season’s best score in shots (four) and shots on target (two) by the end of the first half of Thursday’s game.


Freshman Kasidy Schenk entered the starting line-up for the first time this season. The Indianapolis, Indiana native played every 90 minutes in a loss.

Lindsey McMahon expanded her base streak on the team to 27 games.

Follow the rulers of APSU

For news and updates throughout the 2022 referee season and ASUN inaugural season, follow the soccer team on Twitter and Instagram (GovsWSOC) and on Facebook (Austin Peay Women’s Soccer).

NEXT ON APSU WOMEN’S FOOTBALL

The Austin Bay State University women’s soccer team plays a game Sunday 1:00 p.m. against North Alabama in Florence Alabama before kicking off a four-game season at home, from September 29 to October 9.

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