Joe Hoffmann, Media Relations Manager
EDMOND, Okla. – Central Missouri Soccer went for their fifth straight MIAA Championship earlier today. The Jens fell the Bronchos of Central Oklahoma, 6-1. Their record stands at 16-4-1 overall.
How it Happened
• The Jens made a statement in the first eight seconds of play when Makayla Toth scored the one and only Jennies goal. That marks the fastest goal in team history to start a game.
• In the 11th minute of play, Camrie Hurst set the tone for UCO as they scored their first goal of the game to tie it up 1-1.
• With the game tied up 1-1, the Bronchos broke tie in the 13th minute with a goal from Camille Greer.
• With UCO leading 2-1, Katie Killion added to the scoring in the 21st minute putting the Bronchos on the board once again to lead 3-1.
• In the 36th minute, the Bronchos Camille Greer connected on a header to the back of the net for a 4-1 lead.
• UCO was the last to score going into the half in the 42nd minute with a goal from Taryn Kedzior.
• The Bronchos were the first and last to score in the second half in the 47th minute when Morgan Cherry scored the final goal of the match.
Jennies Stat Leaders
• Makayla Toth contributed one goal, two shots, one shot on goal.
• Jada Scott added two shots and one assist on the match.
• Maria Wilder and Haley Freeman both added one shot in the contest.
• Goalkeeper Lindsey Johnson grabbed 12 saves and faced 34 shots on the day.
For the Bronchos
• Camille Greer led the Bronchos with two goals, three shots and two shots on goal.
• Camrie Hurst and Taryn Kedzior both added one goal in the match.
• Katie Killion added one goal, seven shots, three shots on goal, and one assist.
• Goalkeeper Ally Salls had one save and faced eight shots on the day.
News and Notes
• The goal from Makayla Toth was her 12th goal on the season.
• Toth’s goal, that she scored in the first eight seconds, is tied for the third fastest goal in DII to start a game.
• The Bronchos six goals and 34 shots were the most the Jennies had given up since 2003.
• Central Missouri’s streak of five straight MIAA Tournament Championships and eight straight years with an MIAA regular season or tournament championship were both snapped.
• The Jennies will await their NCAA fate. The NCAA selection show is schedule for 5:30 CDT Sunday afternoon.