November 03, 20071st2ndFinal
BU35:59FOX, Lindsey
BU62:42FOX, Lindsey (TWYMAN, Carrie )
VALPOMURRAY, Erin90:0022
BULARKIN, Annalise90:0004
Stats at a GlanceVALPOBU
Shots (on Goal)8 (4) 12 (4)
Corner Kicks25
Yellow Cards20
Valpo Falls at Butler in Horizon League Quarters
Saturday, November 3, 2007

Box Score

            Lindsey Fox scored twice as Butler ended Valparaiso’s season on Saturday afternoon with a 2-0 victory in the Horizon League quarterfinals held in Indianapolis, Ind.

            With the loss, Valpo’s season has come to a close with a 10-9 record, tied for the third most victories in school history.

            Butler, the fourth seed, broke the scoreless tie with 8:01 remaining before halftime as Fox found the back of the net from 25 yards out in the middle of the field.

            The Crusaders, the tournament’s fifth seed, trailed just 1-0 at the break, despite being outshot 6-3 over the opening 45 minutes.

            Fox then added what proved to be the insurance goal 17:42 into the second half, scoring from the right side about 18 yards out with Carrie Twyman drawing the assist.

            Valpo had a golden scoring opportunity late in the match to get on the scoreboard, but Kendal Brown’s (Lake Zurich, Ill./Carmel Catholic H.S.) shot ricocheted off of the crossbar.

            “We had a good season and have a lot to be proud of this year,” head coach Stephen Anthony said afterwards.  “Unfortunately, we just could not finish on our chances today.”

            Erin Murray (Pleasanton, Calif./Amador Valley H.S.) finished the match with two saves for the Brown and Gold, and became the school’s all-time leader  in minutes played over the course of her career.  Annalise Larkin made four stops for Butler (10-8-1) in the victory.

            The Bulldogs outshot Valpo 12-8 for the match and held a 5-2 advantage in corner kick opportunities.