CSU Roundup: Lady Cougars' soccer wins seventh PBC title

From staff reportsNovember 2, 2013 

The Columbus State women's soccer team defeated UNC Pembroke 2-0 Saturday at the Walden Soccer Complex.

The win gave CSU its first regular season championship in the Peach Belt Conference since 2010 and seventh overall.

The Lady Cougars had 27 points in the season, tied with Clayton State, who will be the top seed in the PBC Tournament.

Shelby Rolling scored the first goal of the match for CSU at the 15:22 mark with an assist by Taylor Marks.

The 1-0 score remained until Chelsea Person scored a goal at 84:09 on the clock. She was assisted by Marks and Shea Wilby.

The Lady Cougars finished the regular season with a 13-5-0 record (9-2-0 PBC).

CSU, the No. 2 seed, will play its first match in the PBC Tournament Tuesday at home.

Women's basketball defeats Reinhardt 85-81

The Columbus State Lady Cougars' basketball team downed Reinhardt 85-81 at the Lumpkin Center Saturday.

Asha Alexander went 8-13 from the field for 24 points, leading the Lady Cougars. Kristen Kennebrew had 15 points, Britteny Tatum had 14, Tae Smith tallied 13, Chatil Bradford totaled 11 points and Kayla Richards had five. Richards led the team in rebounds with nine.

CSU will host Fort Valley Nov. 15 at 6 p.m.

CSU volleyball falls to Armstrong Atlantic

SAVANNAH, Ga. -- The Lady Cougars lost to Armstrong Atlantic 3-0 Saturday by a final of 25-12, 25-10, 25-18.

Mary McCarty led the Lady Cougars with six kills. She also had one assist.

Katie Poole, Ivana Kazic, Erika Gelzinyte and Cheyenne Swenson each had three kills in the contest.

Kazic also had 19 assists, and Caytlin Merrit had eight digs.

The loss puts CSU at 16-10 overall on the season. The Lady Cougars are 8-6 in Peach Belt Conference play.

CSU will host Lander University Friday at 6 p.m.

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