UHV men, women fall in San Antonio

Aug. 31, 2013 at 3:31 a.m.

SAN ANTONIO - The Our Lady of the Lake Saints used three second-half goals to give the UHV women's soccer team its first loss of the season Saturday.

In the second half, the Saints overcame a 2-0 halftime deficit to edge the Jaguars 3-2.

The Jaguars (2-1) jumped in front early as Haley Hicks took a pass from Nereyda Martinez and scored in the 10th minute for a 1-0 advantage.

UHV's Sheilat Akapo scored her sixth goal of the season in the 33rd minute off an assist by Ciara Devore. It was the third-straight game for Akapo to score a goal for the Jaguars.

The Saints (1-0) slowly chipped away at the Jaguars' lead in the second half by holding the Jaguars to just one shot in the period. Megan Huerta got off the lone shot for the Jaguars in the second half in the 61st minute, only to have OLLU goalkeeper Alyssa Mora turn the shot away.

A Teegan Luckemeyer goal off an assist by Stephanie Diaz put the Saints on the board in the 59th minute. Victoria Vazquez would add a goal in the 71st minute and Stephania Vazquez off an assist by Diaz added the game winner in the 82nd minute.

OLLU outshot the Jaguars 16-8 including a 12-6 edge in shots on goal.

UHV men fall in second-straight shutout

The Our Lady of the Lake Saints made an early goal stand up Saturday in a 2-0 shutout win over the University of Houston-Victoria Jaguars.

It was the second-straight shutout loss for the Jaguars, who fell to 1-2. OLLU improved to 1-0.

Giovania Sierragoal scored in the fifth minute off an assist by Yared Temesgen, and it would be the only goal the Saints would need.

Marco Perales off an assist by Nickolas Tyrpak added an insurance goal in the 76th minute for the Saints.

OLLU outshot the Jaguars 10-6, including a 6-2 advantage in shots on goal.

Henrik Hundesrugge in goal for the Jaguars had four saves.

The Jaguars will now head to Oklahoma this week, where they will face Oklahoma Baptist on Thursday and Mid-American Christian on Saturday.



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