CHARLESTON, S.C. – Jacksonville University's women's soccer program concluded its season-opening weekend Sunday afternoon in a 2-0 setback at Charleston Southern.
Anna Sells recorded both goals in the match. She broke the scoreless stalemate in the 30th minute, and doubled CSU's advantage in the second half with a 14-yard shot (64:51).
"We were busy in the first half, had a lot of the ball and created decent chances," said Head Coach Brian Copham. "We didn't keep pressing enough to get a goal.
"The biggest takeaway is we have to eliminate unforced errors, and stay committed to small details. When we strayed from the little things, we found ourselves in bad spots."
While Jacksonville held advantages in shots (20-13) and corners (8-5), it could not find the back of the net as it finished its season-opening weekend with a record of 1-1. Last Friday, the team welcomed North Georgia to Southern Oak Stadium and recorded a 3-0 victory.
Joëlle d'Entremont played the entire match against the Bucs, charging JU's offensive efforts with four shots, two of which were on-goal.
The Dolphins' three-match road swing continues Friday night at Florida Atlantic. Kickoff in Boca Raton, Fla., is scheduled for 7 p.m.