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CU Lady Tigers advance to NAIA Championship with 5-0 win

Lady Tigers achieve win over Ashford University at friendly Finley Stadium before 100 fans
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By Jordan Alves, CU sports information director

CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY (Sun 22 Nov 2015) -- Lady Tiger soccer continues to make history and won its first NAIA National Tournament game, 5-0 over Ashford University. Campbellsville (19-2) will now travel to the final site of the NAIA National Championship, Orange Beach, AL.

The Lady Tigers will play Benedictine (KS) on Monday, November 30, 2015 with a time TBA. The Ravens knocked off Trinity International, 2-0 today in the Opening Round.

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Freshman Taylor Pence scores first goal of career in CU win

2015-11-22 - Finley Stadium, 205 Tiger Way, Campbellsville, KY. - Photo Photo by Lindey Young, graduate assistant.
Freshman Taylor Pence scores the first goal of her career on this free kick from 35 yards out in the Lady Tigers 5-0 win over Ashford University, before a home crowd of 100 at Finley Stadium. The Lady Tiger soccer team continues to make history and won its first NAIA National Tournament game, 5-0 over Ashford University at Finley Stadium, Saturday, November 21, 2015. The Lady Tigers move on to the final site of the 2015 NAIA National Championship, in Orange Beach, AL where they will meet Benedictine, KS for a TBA time game on Monday, November 30, 2015. - Jordan Alves, CU sports

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