Oct. 10, 1997
Record Crowd Sees UNC Blank Maryland
COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- A Ludwig Field crowd of 4,380 fans saw the No. 19 Maryland women's soccer team fall to No. 1 North Carolina. The crowd was the largest in the three-year history of Ludwig Field for both men's and women's games.
North Carolina's sophomore Lorie Schwoy got the scoring started 28:51 into the game to give the Tar Heels the only goal of the first half. Junior Cindy Parlow scored 10:27 into the second half and freshman Raven McDonald scored 2:14 later to give the Tar Heels a 3-0 lead. Senior Nel Fettig scored with 27:50 into the second half to finish the scoring at 4-0.
Maryland freshman goalkeepers Riki-Ann Serrins and Alli Wolff combined for ten saves.
The Terps now have a record of 6-4-2 and are 2-1 in the ACC. The Tar Heels are 12-0-1 and 2-0 in the ACC.
The Terps will face No. 9 Clemson on Sunday afternoon at Ludwig Field. The game will begin at 2:00.
North Carolina (12-0-1) 1 3 -4 Maryland (6-4-2) 0 0 -0 SCORING North Carolina Goal - Laurie Schwoy (9) Assist - Cindy Parlow (6) Goal - Cindy Parlow (5) Assist - Tiffany Roberts (6) Goal - Raven McDonald (8) Assist - Robin Confer (16) Goal - Ne Fettig (4) SHOTS North Carolina - 25 Maryland - 2 CORNER KICKS North Carolina - 7 Maryland - 1 SAVES North Carolina - 1 Maryland - 10 FOULS North Carolina - 16 Maryland - 9