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Winthrop Ousts Chanticleers

Skladany finishes fifth on school's list for career games played

       

Cami Skladany played in her 79th and final game for the Chants.

Cami Skladany played in her 79th and final game for the Chants.

Oct. 27, 2012

Final Stats

ROCK HILL, S.C. - The fifth-seeded Coastal Carolina women's soccer team fell to No. 4 Winthrop 3-0 in a quarterfinal game of the Big South Championship, presented by Musco Sports Lighting, Saturday night at Eagle Field.

The defeat ended a strong turnaround season for the Chanticleers, who finished with a 10-9-0 record. Winthrop improved to 11-6-2 and advanced to face top-seeded High Point in the semifinals.

Midfielder Grace Radler scored two goals and dished out one assist to lead the Eagles. Radler scored both of her goals in the first half and midfielder Ariel Kunde added the final goal in the 77th minute.

Coastal recorded the first four shots of the game, but Eagles' goalkeeper Amelia Henderson made three saves in the first 23 minutes to keep the Chanticleers off the scoreboard. Freshman midfielder Fia Jonsson had the first two opportunities, putting a shot from the top of the box just over the crossbar before forcing a save on an attempt from 20 yards out that deflected off a Winthrop defender. Henderson then stopped a 30-yard shot by freshman defender Megan Wagner and a low 20-yard attempt by sophomore forward Kacey Kelley.

The Eagles then finally got their first shot in the 26th minute and capitalized. Radler sent a free kick into the box, where the ball bounced around in a crowd and slipped into the net.

The Chants tried to answer less than three minutes later as junior forward Christina Stern attempted to head a corner kick by Jonsson backward toward the goal, but the ball went wide to the right.

Junior goalkeeper Megan Spencer made a strong save on Winthrop leading scorer Krystyna Freda in the 42nd minute, making a kick stop on Freda's attempt on a breakaway. However, the Eagles were able to score off the ensuing corner kick as Freda sent the ball to the six-yard box right in front and Radler headed it home for her seventh goal of the season.

Coastal took three shots in the first 12 minutes of the second half, but was unable to get them on net and then Winthrop's defense then clamped down, holding the Chants without another shot the rest of the way.

Spencer made another save on a one-on-one situation in the 77th minute, deflecting an attempt from an angle away for a corner kick. Once again, though, the Eagles converted on the corner. After bouncing around in the box, the ball went to Radler, whose shot was then redirected by Kunde into the goal.

Winthrop outshot Coastal 9-3 in the second half for a 14-8 advantage in the game. The Eagles had a 7-3 edge in shots on goal and drew seven corner kicks to five for the Chanticleers.

Spencer recorded four saves in just under 86 minutes of play before the Chants brought in an extra attacker. Jonsson led Coastal with three shots in the game, while Kelley had two.

Senior defender Cami Skladany played in her 79th match for the Chanticleers, taking fifth place alone on the school's all-time list.

Coastal finished the season with only 20 goals allowed, breaking the school record of 22 that was set in 2003 and tied in 2007.