Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Evans finishes as top Chapman scorer

In college soccer

For the second straight year, Chapman (Ca.) University women's soccer forward Aimee Evans of Ketchum has finished as the team's top goal scorer in intercollegiate action.

Evans, a 5-8 junior art major, tallied 10 goals and 2 assists in 17 games and also led the Panthers in the categories of shots (47), shots-on-goal (25) and game-winning goals (2) for the second year in a row.

Having shared the total point leadership in 2010 with 12 goals and 2 assists for 26 points, Evans won the team title outright in 2011 with 22 points.

Over her three-year Chapman career, she has 24 goals and 5 assists for 53 points in 53 games. This year's Chapman squad (7-8-3) won its final four home games at Orange, Ca. to end up with a 4-3-1 home record. Evans tallied the final Chapman goal in a 3-0 home victory over LaVerne Oct. 26.

A 2009 Wood River High School graduate, Evans is ranked fourth on the all-time WRHS soccer goal scoring list with 75 goals during four seasons in Hailey.

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