Sept. 21, 2007
DURHAM, N.C. - Duke junior midfielder/defender Kelly Hathorn scored twice as the Blue Devils (4-1-2) shut out San Francisco (0-4-2), 4-0, Friday night in game two of the Duke Adidas Classic.
Seven different Dons attempted shots in the match but USF was unable to sneak a ball past Duke goalkeepers Alison Lipsher and Cassidy Powers who combined for six saves. USF junior goalkeeper Katie Hodgson played all 90 minutes, recording four saves.
Hathorn's goals both came in the second half. At 52:49 Hathorn found the net after Lipsher served a dropkick from the goalie box to within striking distance. She then received passes from freshman forward Rebecca Allen and sophomore forward Elisabeth Redmond to score from inside USF's box at 64:32. Sophomore midfielder CJ Ludemann and freshman forward Kendall Bradley scored goals at 15th and 23rd minutes.
USF next faces No. 8 North Carolina Sunday at 10 a.m. in what will be the final day of the Adidas Classic.
DONS' NOTES - USF freshman forward Lauren Maris, who recorded a shot on goal in the 2nd minute of play Friday, has attempted at least one shot in four consecutive matches... Hathorn's goals were her second and third of the season... Duke's Lipsher has not allowed a goal in 202:91 minutes... she set a Duke school record of 603:33-minute scoreless streak earlier this season... USF was out-shot by the Blue Devils, 18-7... USF is now 0-3-0 versus Duke all-time... Against the Tar Heels, USF is 0-3-0 all-time.