Centre
Centre Colonels
2009 Women's Schedule
Overall: 12-4-4 - Conference: 5-2-2
9/1 at Asbury • W, 4-1
9/5 vs. St. Mary's (Ind.) W, 3-0
9/6 vs. Heidelberg W, 5-0
9/11 vs. Wittenberg L, 1-0
9/12 at Ohio Northern L, 2-0
9/16 vs. Hanover W, 3-0
9/19 vs. Denison T, 0-0
9/25 at Oglethorpe * • W, 2-0
9/27 at Sewanee * • L, 1-0
10/2 vs. Austin * • W, 2-1
10/3 vs. University of Dallas W, 3-0
10/9 at Rhodes * • T, 0-0
10/11 at Hendrix * W, 1-0
10/16 at Trinity (Texas) * • L, 2-1
10/18 at Southwestern * • W, 2-1
10/21 vs. Mount St. Joseph T, 0-0
10/24 at Maryville (Tenn.) W, 1-0
10/30 vs. Birmingham-Southern W, 1-0
11/1 vs. Millsaps * • W, 4-3
11/7 at DePauw * • T, 1-1

(* Conference; • Region)
Coach: Jay Hoffman
Conference: SCAC
Region: South
Enrollment: 1309
Location: Danville, KY
Colors: Gold, White
Official Site: Men | Women

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October 13, 2013 Centre women claim third straight 1-0 win
November 11, 2012 No. 7 Centre falls to No. 16 Emory in second round of NCAA Tournament
November 10, 2012 Centre women pick up 2-0 NCAA Tournament win over Agnes Scott on two Kersey goals
November 4, 2012 Centre women defeat Rhodes 3-0 in first SAA Championship Game
November 3, 2012 Centre women move on to SAA Championship with 3-0 win over Millsaps
October 21, 2012 Centre women fall in overtime at Rhodes for first loss
October 19, 2012 Shutout streak ends, but Centre women stay perfect with 4-1 win at Hendrix
October 14, 2012 Centre women cruise to 4-0 win over Spalding
October 9, 2012 Centre women keep rolling, win 2-0 at Maryville
September 23, 2012 Centre posts third straight shutout, defeats Mount St. Joseph 1-0
September 22, 2012 Centre women's soccer stays perfect, wins 3-0 at Denison
September 8, 2012 Centre picks up 3-0 win at No. 13 Case Western Reserve
November 13, 2011 Centre women's season ends with 2-0 loss to Emory
November 12, 2011 Women's soccer downs Roanoke in shootout to advance
November 6, 2011 Colonels blanked 4-0 by Trinity in SCAC Women's Championship
November 5, 2011 Double overtime goal propels Colonels into championship match
November 4, 2011 Women move to second round with 1-0 win over Sewanee
October 30, 2011 Centre women close regular season with scoreless tie
October 28, 2011 Willis posts hat trick in 3-0 win over Oglethorpe
October 23, 2011 Rueth's hat trick leads Centre to 5-0 win over Millsaps
October 21, 2011 Colonels post 1-0 shutout win over Rhodes
October 17, 2011 Centre women defeat Maryville 1-0 in overtime
October 14, 2011 Centre and Sewanee play to 1-1 tie in women's soccer
October 9, 2011 Colonels pick up 3-0 victory at Dallas
October 7, 2011 Centre falls 1-0 to Austin on penalty kick
October 2, 2011 Colonels bounce back with 2-0 win over Southwestern
September 30, 2011 No. 13 Colonels fall to No. 5 Trinity in women's soccer
September 24, 2011 Denison hands Colonels first loss of year, 1-0
September 11, 2011 Colonels stay unbeaten, down No. 2 Otterbein 1-0
September 10, 2011 Colonels blank Baldwin-Wallace 1-0 in women's soccer
September 7, 2011 Women continue hot start with 4-0 win over Capital
September 3, 2011 Colonels have big second half in 8-0 win over MSJ
September 1, 2011 Centre rolls to 5-1 win over Transylvania in opener
2009 Women's Standings
Trinity (Texas) 9-0-0 18-0-1
Sewanee 6-1-2 11-3-3
Centre 5-2-2 12-4-4
DePauw 4-2-3 7-7-5
Austin 4-4-1 10-6-2
Southwestern 4-4-1 10-8-1
Hendrix 4-5-0 10-7-0
Rhodes 1-5-3 5-7-5
Millsaps 1-6-2 8-8-3
Colorado College 0-0-0 1-0-0
Birmingham-Southern 0-0-0 13-7-0
Oglethorpe 0-9-0 5-12-0
Absent any Cinderellas and any major upsets, what has been the biggest surprise of the tournament?
No. 17 Emory's first round exit (loss to Berry)
Messiah not reaching the Final Four
Thomas More defeating North Park and taking No. 4 Kenyon to PK's in 1st and 2nd rounds
5-0 score in No. 9 Wheaton (Ill.)'s Sweet 16 win over No. 24 Wartburg
Tufts shutout defeat of Messiah in Elite 8
No. 6 Calvin not advancing to the Sweet 16 after a pair of ties
other
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