MACON, Ga. - Junior Courtney Fredenburg scored a career-best three goals in a 16-minute span as the Huntingdon women’s soccer team recorded a 4-1 victory over Great South Athletic Conference foe Wesleyan in its season finale Wednesday evening at the Wesleyan Soccer Field.
Fredenburg, who finished the 2009 campaign with a team-high eight goals, scored her first goal of the contest in the 38th minute of the opening period. She followed with a goal less than three minutes into the second half and followed with her third score in the ninth minute of the period. All three goals were unassisted scores.
Huntingdon’s final goal of the game came with less than 10 minutes to play, when freshman Jessica Baker scored her first collegiate goal off of a deflection by Pioneers goalkeeper Emily Epperson.
Freshman Jenny Burnash capped off her first season in goal with 12 saves, while Fredenburg and freshman Renee Tatom each posted a team-high seven shots.
Wesleyan avoided the shutout when Cheyenne Foster scored on a penalty kick.
Under the direction of first-year head coach Wes Anania, the Lady Hawks wrapped up the 2009 season with a 5-9-2 overall record and a 2-5 mark in GSAC play. The five victories by the Lady Hawks are the most by a team since the 2005 squad finished 6-13.