Aug. 28, 2005
Harrisonburg, Va. - James Madison came from behind to post a 4-2 win over Loyola in Sunday's second round of the JMU/Comfort Inn Invitational Women's Soccer Tournament. The Greyhounds fall to 1-1 on the season while the Dukes improve to 2-0.
Loyola opened scoring with senior Naomi Daniels' unassisted goal at 5:44. The score remained 1-0 into the second half until the Dukes answered back with a penalty kick goal by Melanie Schaffer at 46:39. The reclaimed the lead 2-1 after sophomore Ty Glenn faced JMU goalkeeper Jessica Hussey one-on-one and beat Hussey with a 20-yard shot in the 57th minute. Ashley Kramer was credited with the assist.
But JMU rallied for three goals in the final 31 minutes. In the 60th minute, Vanessa Brizz scored on a 10-yard shot off a ball sent forward by Kim Germain. On a breakaway in the 74th minute, Germain sent a pass ahead to junior Sarah Cebulski, whose subsequent pass found senior Kim Argy in front of the goal. Argy knocked in a four-yard shot to put JMU ahead 3-2. In the 86th minute, the ball came off a Loyola defender to Cebulski, who scored on a header from five yards out.
The Greyhounds return to action on Thursday, September 1 as they travel to Penn State.