Titans Take On Defending National Champs Today
By Space Coast Daily // September 8, 2012
BCC Beats Butler 2-1 Friday
AUGUSTA, KANSAS – Heading into an early season stretch of high-profile games, Brevard Community College head women’s soccer coach Jeff Carr believes his nationally top-ranked team is up to the challenge.
After waiting through a 90-minute weather delay and a move to a new game site, the No. 1-ranked Brevard Community College women’s soccer team won in overtime, defeating host Butler Community College 2-1 in Augusta, Kan. on Friday evening.
Sophomore Courtney Hueston scored the game-winner for Brevard, heading in a long throw-in from freshman Heather Williams three minutes into the extra period.
Brevard improved to 2-0. Butler dropped to 3-2.
Friday’s game was tied 1-1 at halftime. Sophomore Morgan Taylor Smith scored her first goal of the season for BCC while Butler scored on a penalty kick.
BCC outshot Butler 13-5 and BCC goalkeeper Julia Kantor made four saves.
“It was a good win,” BCC head coach Jeff Carr said. “The wind was a major factor. We played through a sloppy game. We persevered and Julia made one unbelievable save.”
Butler was whistled for 20 fouls and Brevard for six.
BCC, the top-ranked team in the NJCAA Division I poll, plays defending NJCAA Division I national champion and No. 2-ranked Tyler (Texas) Junior College Saturday afternoon in El Dorado, Kan. Tyler is 1-0-1.