UM Comes Up Short Against Wake Forest

UM Comes Up Short Against Wake Forest

Oct. 30, 2005

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The University of Miami surrendered a pair of goals to fall to ACC rival Wake Forest, 2-0, Sunday morning at Spry Stadium in UM’s ACC regular season finale.

In a game originally scheduled to be played Oct. 23 in Coral Gables but was rescheduled to today and relocated Winston-Salem as a result of the effects of Hurricane Wilma, the Hurricanes (8-11-1, 2-8-0 ACC) gave up a goal in each half to the Demon Deacons (9-7-1, 4-6-0 ACC) in the loss.

Wake Forest netted their first goal of the afternoon in the 34th minute on a Kristen Kemp header off of a Jayme Leigh Cargnoni pass following a throw in by Melanie Schneider.

Miami closest opportunity for the equalizer came in the 52nd minute when redshirt sophomore forward Rebecca Tweneboah received a pass in Wake Forest territory, but was stifled by a hard tackle by a Wake defender to prevent the scoring chance.

The Demon Deacons’ insurance goal came with just under two minutes remaining when keeper Kaitlyn Dee punted a ball into the UM side of the field where Elizabeth Remy fielded it and pushed the ball to set up a one-on-one with UM sophomore keeper Lauren McAdam. Remy fired off a shot past McAdam to give the Demon Deacons a 2-0 lead which would last the remainder of the game.

Wake Forest out-shot Miami by a total of 17-to-8 with a 7-to-2 advantage in shots on goal.