Women's Soccer Takes on Embry-Riddle in Exhibition Action
The Tars and Eagles battled it out to a 1-1 draw after a lightning delay pushed back the start time. Rollins struck first with a goal in the 21 minute from senior forward Chelsea Brady off of a feed from Ashley Waplinger. But the Eagles answered back a minute later off of a shot from long range found its way between the posts.
"They played well. It was nice to get the girls out there to see just what we're working with," said assistant coach Alicia Milyak. "We were able to rotate the girls through different positions and run through some different scenarios. It was a great start and we were able to get everyone out on the field. We're eager to take what we learned today and apply it to our overall objecive for the rest of the season."
Rollins will be able to apply what they learned on Friday, August 27, when they host Flagler in their final exhibition contest of the season. Fans will be able to catch all of the action live on the Tars Sports Network at RollinsSports.com.