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Women's Soccer Advances to Finals of Dickinson Invitational with Win Over Buffalo State

FROSTBURG, MD — Frostburg State University women's soccer team advanced to the finals of the Dickinson Invitational with a 5-1 victory over Buffalo State University on Saturday afternoon. Led by sophomore Beth Hlebasko's (Linganore/New Market, Md.) consistant play and freshman newcomer Danielle Carter 's (Rockville/Rockville, Md.) first-two career goals, the Bobcats improve to 2-0 on the young season.

The Bobcats jumped out to a 1-0 lead on an amazing corner kick from Hlebasko that deflected off of the facing of the goal, hit a Buffalo State defender and crossed the goal line into the net for her first goal of the season. Hlebasko played one of her best collegiate games to this point as she was invloved in three of the five goals on the day, all off of corner kicks.

The second goal that put the Bobcats up 2-0 came on a break away by true freshman Danielle Carter, who earned her first start in her college career and put in her first goal of what looks to be a great career. Not satisfied, she later added another goal off yet another corner kick as Hlebasko sent the ball into the goal box, the ball bounced around and Carter found herself with a great scoring chance and she converted easily.

Also finding the net on the day was the Bobcats leading scorer junior Karen Kotofski (Northeast/Glen Burnie, Md.) who recorded her third goal in the first two games of the season. Junior Erika Neuser (Fallston/Forest Hill, Md.) also added a late goal from junior transfer Beth Yetter (Holy Cross (Montgomery Coll.)/Silver Spring, Md.) for her first goal of the season and Yetters first points.

Defensively the Bobcats faultered only once allowing a corner kick set play to find its way into the net. With some confusion on weather the ball actually went out of bounds on the play the Bobcats found themselves out of position and Buffalo State converted for their lone score of the afternoon.

Following the mistake, the Bobcat defense lock down the backfield not allowing a single scoring opportunity in the second half as the Bobcats outshot Buffalo State 28-5 on the afternoon.

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Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD  21532-2303

Telephone: 301-687-4371
Fax: 301-687-4780