September 09, 20121st2ndFinal
Tennessee Wesleyan101
Cumberland358
Scoring
CU-W10:31Langille, Kelsey (Nay, Taylor )
CU-W37:32Gilpin, Shauna (Langille, Kelsey , Morgan, Beth)
CU-W41:12Langille, Kelsey (Gilpin, Shauna )
TWC-W41:33Khan, Samaira (Fandrich, Britten )
CU-W48:56Quinn, Simone (Nay, Taylor )
CU-W53:57Langille, Kelsey (Nay, Taylor )
CU-W64:03Langille, Kelsey
CU-W67:38Gilpin, Shauna (10 )
CU-W84:27Lyons, Meaghan (Evilcizer, Brenna )
GoalkeepersMinGASv
TWC-WMoreland, Jaimee45:0062
TWC-WDavis, Kristen45:0022
TWC-WTEAM0:0001
CU-WKitson, Lindsay90:0012
Stats at a GlanceTWC-WCU-W
Shots (on Goal)7 (3) 27 (13)
Saves52
Offsides03
Corner Kicks37
Fouls912
Langille scores four goals, Gilpin two in 8-1 victory
Sunday, September 9, 2012
Langille scores four goals, Gilpin two in 8-1 victory
Kelsey Langille netted four goals in CU's 8-1 victory Sunday over Tennessee Wesleyan. (Credit Karli Collins)

LEBANON, Tenn. – Kelsey Langille scored four times and Shauna Gilpin added a pair of goals, as Cumberland overcame a slugging start and defeated Tennessee Wesleyan, 8-1, in women’s soccer action Sunday at Lindsey Donnell Stadium-Kirk Field.

Langille scored the first, third, fifth and sixth goals for CU in just over 64 minutes of action and added an assist on Gilpin’s first score on what was eventually the game-winner. Langille, a freshman from Ardrossan, Alberta, now has 10 goals and 21 total points in five matches for the Bulldogs.

Taylor Nay added three assists for the Bulldogs, who scored once in the first 38 minutes of the action and then seven more times over the next 48 minutes. Simone Quinn and Meaghan Lyons each added goals for the Bulldogs (4-1-0).

Langille put the Bulldogs ahead in the 11th minute, taking a long ball from Nay and beating the keeper from 12 yards.

Gilpin made it 2-0 for CU with a goal in the 38th minute, low and left of TWC goalie Jaimee Moreland after a nice 1-2 combination from Beth Morgan and Langille.

Langille added her second goal in the 42nd minute, this one on an assist from Gilpin, for a 3-0 Bulldogs lead. Tennessee Wesleyan (0-4-0) scored just 21 seconds later, with Samaira Khan heading in a cross from Britten Fandrich, making it 3-1 Cumberland at the half.

Quinn headed in a corner kick by Nay in the 49th minute for the Bulldogs, her second goal of the year, and Langille netted her second hat trick of the young season with a goal in the 54th minute on another assist by Nay, who slid a thru-ball by two defenders for the easy finish.

Langille added her fourth goal in the 65th minute, a 25-yard shot into an open net after the keeper was out of position. Gilpin made a long run down the right sideline in the 68th minute and her shot fell over the head of Kristen Davis for the goal. Lyons finished off the scoring in the match on an assist from Brenna Evilcizer in the 85th minute.

Cumberland plays again next Sunday in its Mid-South Conference opener against Rio Grande at Noon.