Tulsa Women's Soccer Weekly Release #7
Oct. 10, 2000
TU Falls to Fresno State, 3-1, Tops Spartans, 1-0:
Against Fresno State, Tulsa allowed two goals in the first seven minutes of the contest before sophomore forward Marcie Ferguson (San Antonio, Texas) pulled TU to within a score when she headed in a corner kick from senior Julie Davidson (St. Charles, Mo.) at the 12:03 minute mark. However, the Bulldogs added another score in the second half and held on for a 3-1 win.
On Sunday at San Jose State, TU junior Melissa McCormick (Omaha, Neb.) found the back of the net at the 13:22 minute mark. Senior Kelly Noonan (St. Louis, Mo.) and junior Beth Taruscio (Tulsa, Okla.) each picked up an assist on the score. The Hurricane held off several Spartan rallies for a 1-0 Western Athletic Conference victory.
TU Hosts Nevada, Hawaii This Weekend:
On Friday, October 13, TU hosts Nevada at McAuliffe Field (6501 S. Garnett) in a first time meeting between the two teams. The contest will begin at 5:00 p.m. The Wolf Pack is in its first season of women's soccer.
Tulsa concludes the home portion of its conference schedule against the Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Sunday, Oct. 15 at 2:30 p.m. UH leads the overall series, 1-0, after capturing a 1-0 win in Honolulu last season.
Devore Puts Her Name In TU Record Book:
Twellman Breaks into School's top-10 for Goals, Points:
Junior Melissa McCormick (Omaha, Neb.) is within striking distance of the school's top-10 scoring leaders. With 39 career points (15g/9a) McCormick is just five points shy of Julie Twellman's 10th place mark of 44 points. With five assists this season, McCormick is just two assists shy of the school's single-season record of seven.
Julie Davidson has nine career assists and needs one more to reach 10th place among the school's career assists leaders.
After suffering a leg injury during preseason drills, junior Melanie Beaulieu (Orleans, Ontario, Canada) made her season debut last weekend against Fresno State and San Jose State. In her previous two seasons, Beaulieu had recorded five goals and two assists for 12 points in 37 games.
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