The Columbus State Lady Cougars soccer team defeated USC Aiken 3-1 Saturday at CSU.
The Lady Cougars took a 2-0 lead into the half that they would not relinquish in the match.
CSU scored just seven minuets into the match when Shelby Rolling put a pass into the box that was finished by Nicole Corcione.
A few minutes before intermission at the 41:08 mark Kayla Taylor helped set up a goal by Mandy Janowitz.
The score remained 2-0 until USC Aiken picked up its lone goal with 76:55 on the clock.
Rolling put in the final score of the match on a free kick from 20 yards out just three minutes before the end of the contest.
CSU keeper Meosha Hatcher allowed one goal and had three saves. Columbus State had 12 shots on goal compared to just four for USC Aiken.
CSU is now 4-3-0 overall and 2-0-0 in Peach belt Conference play. CSU will play next at Anderson University in South Carolina Tuesday at 4 p.m.