Air Force Women's Soccer Caps 2013 With 3-1 Win Over Wyoming

    Sophomore forward Ally Swift.
    Sophomore forward Ally Swift.

    Nov. 1, 2013

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    USAF ACADEMY, Colo. - Air Force women's soccer ended the 2013 with a bang, erupting for a season-high three goals in a 3-1 win over Wyoming Friday night at the Cadet Soccer Stadium. The Falcons finished the season with a 3-13-2 overall record and 2-7-1 record in Mountain West play. Wyoming dropped to 7-10-3, 4-4-2.

    Air Force got a pair of goals from sophomore forward Ally Swift and a late insurance goal by freshman MF/F Maddie Lundberg. Wyoming got its goal from forward Lucie McDowell.

    Swift, who finished as Air Force's leading scorer with three goals, scored in the 16th and 28th minute. Freshman defender Meredith Reisinger assisted on the first score and senior Kaleigh Moses assisted on the second.

    After McDowell's goal in the 56th minute made it a 2-1 ballgame, Lundberg scored in the 72nd minute with freshman Kaylee Shalongo assisting on the score.

    Air Force reached a number of milestones on an emotional senior night. The Falcons reached its most wins in Mountain West play since 2002 and had its most points since 1999. The win snapped a 10 match losing streak to Wyoming and was the most goals scored in a conference game since the 3-0 win over Wyoming in 2002.

    Kelly Stambaugh capped off her career with five saves in goal. The senior finished her four years at Air Force with 5,804 minutes in goal, setting a new school record.

    Prior to kickoff, Air Force honored its senior class, consisting of six players and two managers. Seniors Leah Bratt, Loren Catchpole, Megan Dozier, Kaleigh Moses, Erin Rost, Kelly Stambaugh and managers Jake Chavers and Aileen Herrera were all honored for their contributions to Air Force soccer.

     

     

    For 2014, Air Force is slated to return nine players with significant starting experience, including its top three scorers.
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