BELLEVUE WOMEN’S SOCCER IMPROVES TO 2-1 ON THE SEASON
Bellevue College sophomore Gabriella Rodriguez and freshman Tatum Ross each scored twice as the women's soccer team closed out their preseason with a victory over the Clark College Penguins in Vancouver, WA, over Labor Day weekend. "It was nice to see the team putting everything together today" said head coach Tao Shen. "It was our first time scoring more than two goals in a game and our first shut-out." Bellevue improves to 2-1 on the year while Clark suffered their second loss to Bellevue this season.
The Bulldogs took an early 1-0 lead in the 21st minute as Rodriguez ripped a shot from the outside of the 18-yard box off the inner post into the goal on an assist from Isabella Stribling. The Bulldogs took the one-goal lead and momentum into the half. Bellevue came out in the second half and matched the physicality of Clark, dominating the play through good possession in the back and great finishing in the offensive third. Rodriguez hammered in one more score and Ross took two goals to wrap up the match 4-0 for Bellevue.
"We combined really well up top," said Rodriguez. "I credit our defense and midfield for doing the dirty work and keeping our first shut-out."
Bellevue women’s soccer next takes on Treasure Valley CC at Ontario, Oregon, at 10:00 a.m., Saturday September.
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