UNCA gets past Lady Bucs, 2-1

from staff reports
ASHEVILLE, N.C.--UNC Asheville's Kelsey Dawson scored the game winning goal early in the second half, to help UNCA defeat East Tennessee State 2-1 on Monday afternoon at Greenwood Field.
UNCA's Kate Barrow received her first collegiate goal when she received a pass from Hilary McKay and took a shot from 30 yards out. The ball passed over ETSU goalkeeper Heather Sanden's hands and into the net at 15:04. UNCA held onto the one goal lead for the rest of the first half, out-shooting ETSU 6-3.
Kelsey Dawson earned her seventh goal of the year and second game-winner, when she received a pass from Hilary McKay that was sent through the ETSU defense. Dawson beat a defender and created a one-on-one situation where she passed the ball into the left side netting to put UNCA (4-2-0) up by two at 57:47.
East Tennessee State found the goal in the 80th minute of play when Erin Ashton was taken down by a UNCA defender in the penalty area. Ashton took the penalty kick and just barely got the ball past UNCA goalkeeper Rebecca Bostian. Bostian finished the day with seven saves.
Erin Ashton almost earned her second goal of the game with two minutes remaining. She took a point blank shot at Bostian who managed to smother the ball right in front of the goal line.
The Lady Bucs (4-1-0) finished with 11 shots to UNCA's 17. Hilary McKay led all players with nine shots. ETSU's goalkeeper Heather Sanden was credited with eight saves.