October 27, 2013Earlham College Broadcast Sports
ANDERSON, Ind. — The Earlham College women's soccer team made a first-half goal
stand up on Saturday as the Quakers defeated Anderson University 1-0.
Cherrah Barclay scored at 27:31 with an assist from Christine Page to give the
Quakers the lead for good in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference contest.
Earlham led 13-4 in shots and goalkeeper A.J. Johnson wasn't needed for any saves
against the Ravens (3-12-2, 0-7). The Quakers had a 4-3 edge in corner kicks.
The Quakers (2-10-2, 1-5-1) entertain the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology on
Tuesday. The HCAC match on Matlack Field begins at 4 p.m.
ANDERSON, Ind. — All of the action was in the second half as the Earlham College
men's soccer team dropped a 4-1 decision to Anderson University.
Despite the loss, the Quakers are still in third place in the Heartland Collegiate
Athletic Conference at 5-2 with a 9-8 mark overall.
The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is on top at 8-4-4 and 5-0-2. Hanover
College is second at 9-6-2 and 5-1-1.
On Saturday, Jacob Ebbs got the scoring started for the Quakers with a goal at 46:38
with an assist from Ameer Yusuf.
From that point, it was all Ravens (8-9, 4-3) as they scored four times to move into
fourth place in the HCAC.
Anderson led 20-9 in shots and 8-2 in corner kicks.
Earlham goalkeeper Aaron Falsetto had six saves for the Quakers.
The Quakers are back in action on Wednesday at home against Rose-Hulman on Tuesday.
The HCAC affair on Matlack Field is at 4 p.m.
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio — The Earlham College field hockey team played its final road
contest of the season on Saturday at Wittenberg University.
The Tigers won the North Coast Athletic Conference contest 7-1.
Wittenberg (8-10, 6-7) scored three times in the opening period to take the lead
In the second half, Neo Khalema scored Earlham's goal at 64:00 with and assist from
Earlham goalkeeper Helen Titcomb recorded 12 saves for the Quakers.
The Quakers (2-15, 0-13) finish the regular season at home on Thursday against Ohio
The NCAC match in Darrell Beane Stadium starts 4:30 p.m.