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UNG women’s soccer seniors announced to All-Peach Belt Conference team

University of North Georgia

AUGUSTA, Ga. –

According to the University of North Georgia Athletics Department, UNG women’s soccer seniors Renee VanHorn and Asa Thorsen were picked to the All-Peach Belt Conference First Team. The announcement was made at the tournament banquet on Thursday night.

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VanHorn finished in fourth place in the league with 12 goals on the season. She added three assists as well to total 27 points. Six of her 12 goals were game winners.

Thorsen put two goals in the back of the net and assisted on three others this season as a key player in the midfield for the Nighthawks. VanHorn and Thorsen were two of just four players on UNG’s side to play and start in all 16 matches this season.

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University of North Georgia women’s soccer walks away with loss to Lee University

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DAHLONEGA, GA

By UNG Athletics Communications

Taylor Malasek and Rosie Embley each scored, but the University of North Georgia women’s soccer team fell to Lee, 3-2, after a

Photo curtsey of UNG Athletics

Flame goal in the 88th minute found the net.

Photo curtesy of UNG Athletics

The Flames wasted little time getting on the board as Devin Healy scored from distance in the seventh minute to take an early lead. North Georgia answered in the 22nd minute as Malasek sent a rocket toward the frame and off of Lee’s keeper into the net to tie the game, 1-1.

Healy scored again just 10 minutes later, again from outside of the box, to give the Flames a 2-1 lead headed to halftime.

North Georgia played with more intensity in the second half and finally broke through after Abbie Crane drew a penalty that Embley put home to tie the game at two. As the game looked to be going to overtime, Lee took advantage of a called foul on UNG just outside of the box as Kelsey Yoder bent a shot inside the near post off the free kick for the game winner.

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University of North Georgia men’s soccer scores late to earn 4-4 draw

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Eren Ozer Forward for the UNG Men’s soccer team

MORROW, GA. 

By UNG Athletics Communications

Eduardo Pessoa scored twice and Eren Ozer scored late as the University of North Georgia men’s soccer team earned a 4-4 draw with Tampa Thursday night at Clayton State’s Laker Field.

Tampa got things going in the 12th minute with a goal from Till Neumann, but the Nighthawks answered as Adam Farrell put home the first UNG goal of 2018 on a penalty kick in the 37th

minute. Just four minutes later, though, the Spartans regained the lead on a shot from distance to take a 2-1 lead to halftime.

After most of the second half went by scoreless, UNG evened it up with the first Pessoa goal of the night off a Prince Domafriyie pass. Tampa answered with two goals within 60 seconds of one another to take a 4-2 lead.

Eduardo Pessoa. Forward for the UNG men’s soccer team

The Nighthawks didn’t give up, however, as Pessoa scored his second with 12 minutes left off a rebound before Eren Ozer hit a penalty kick in the 82nd minute to tie the game back up. Tampa took 12 shots in the overtime periods but could not find a fifth goal and the game ended in a draw.

 

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VanHorn Named D2CCA All-Southeast Region

University of North Georgia
11/15/2017 | Women’s Soccer
DAHLONEGA – University of North Georgia women’s soccer player Renee VanHorn was named to the D2CCA All-Southeast Region Second Team as announced Wednesday afternoon by the association.

The junior from Marietta, Georgia, netted 14 goals and seven assists in the Nighthawks’ 12-4-2 campaign in 2017. She led the squad in goals and points, and finished fifth in the Peach Belt Conference in goals. She also finished fifth in the league in assists and fourth in points.

VanHorn was also listed as a second team member of the All-PBC team earlier this month, adding to her growing list of collegiate accolades.

The Peach Belt Conference took in 13 of the 26 spots on the first and second teams combined.

UNG Soccer Set to Host PBC Quarterfinals Tuesday

University of North Georgia
10/30/2017 | Men’s Soccer
DAHLONEGA – For the second year in a row, the University of North Georgia men’s and women’s soccer teams will both host the Peach Belt Conference Tournament quarterfinals at the UNG Soccer Complex. The women and men will both take on USC Aiken tomorrow evening in Dahlonega.

The Nighthawk women trailed the Pacers, 2-0, early in the first half before scoring the final three goals of the match to come away with a 3-2 win in Aiken back on October 14. Since that point, UNG has gone 3-0, outscoring opponents 17-2 in the stretch, while USCA has gone 1-1 with a win over Clayton State. This is the fourth consecutive year the women have hosted the quarterfinal round of the tournament and the first time in program history that the Nighthawks are the No. 1 seed.

UNG’s men defeated USC Aiken, 3-0, in their matchup two weeks ago with goals scored by Gabriel GarciaCarl Ludwig Eriksson and Michael Akin. The Nighthawks finished the season at 2-1 after the match in Aiken, defeating GSW and Clayton State on their way to the No. 3 seed in the tournament.

The women will start the doubleheader at 5 p.m. and the men will follow at 7:30 p.m. Both games will be broadcast through the Nighthawk Sports Network as well.

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