In a quick turn of events the Lady Bulldogs have fallen from tied at first to fourth in the NWLL. Tennessee Wesleyan played SCAD on Friday at home and was defeated 13-6. With the loss, the Lady Bulldogs are now 6-2 in the conference as well as Shorter University who was also defeated by SCAD this weekend. With Shorter holding the win over Tennessee Wesleyan, the Lady Bulldogs have slipped down the standings to fourth.
The Lady Bulldogs took an early 1-0 lead scoring the first goal of the game just 6 minutes in, but SCAD answered that with 3 goals of their own. Tennessee Wesleyan scored one more with 6 minutes left in the half to trail by one. SCAD put in one more before halftime to take a two point lead at intermission.
Once again the Lady Bulldogs came out to score the first goal of the half, but SCAD used the next 17 minutes to take a 9-3 lead over Tennessee Wesleyan. With alternating goals for the last 10 minutes, the Lady Bulldogs couldn't get close enough to knot the game, leaving them still trailing by 5 with 2 minutes left. SCAD cinched the win with 2 more goals in the final two minutes.
Renee Bolling scored 3 of the Lady Bulldogs 6 goals. Also putting in goals for the Lady Bulldogs was Michelle Scannell, Tess Sasse, and Rebecca Dow. Marina Tharin and Rachel Matlock each had an assist for TWC. Nicolette Dungee spent the entire sixty minutes in the goal and had 10 saves.
The Lady Bulldogs face Reinhardt University on Tuesday, April 3rd at 5:00 pm.