Spring Soccer: Deacons Wrap Up Undefeated Spring
Bayley Feist has a goal and two assists in the spring.
April 25, 2016

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- The Wake Forest women's soccer team recently wrapped up an undefeated spring season. The Demon Deacons allowed just one goal all spring, recording shutouts in six of the seven contests. Five Deacons had three or more points. Reci Smith led the way with six points on three goals, while Peyton Perea (2 goals, 1 assist), Bayley Feist (1 goal, 2 assists), Caroline Wootten (3 assists) and Kendall Fischlein (1 goal, 1 assist) also had three points or more. In goal, Lindsay Preston recorded a 0.17 goals-against average, while Nonie Frishette didn't concede a goal as each played in six matches.

2016 Women's Soccer Spring Recap

April 23: Wake Forest 2, East Carolina 0
After a sequence of crisp passes, Caroline Wootten dribbled to the end line and crossed into the box, where Reci Smith was on the other end to connect on a header for what proved to be the game-winner in the 27th minute in a 2-0 win over East Carolina. Maddie Huster added an insurance goal 10 minutes later, collecting a mishit on a goal kick and finishing upper-90 from 40 yards out. Lindsay Preston and Nonie Frishette combined for Wake Forest's sixth shutout of the spring.

 

 

April 17: Wake Forest 2, UNCG 0
Wake Forest opened its doubleheader with a 2-0 shutout of UNCG. Reci Smith opened the scoring in the final minutes of the first half, finishing a header off a Kendall Fischlein free kick. Smith was taken down in the box early in the second half, and Sarah Teegarden flawlessly executed the ensuing penalty kick to make the score 2-0. Nonie Frishette earned the shutout in goal.

April 17: Wake Forest 1, Appalachian State 0
Wake Forest posted its fourth consecutive shutout, and an early goal was all the Demon Deacons needed in a 1-0 win over the Mountaineers. Peyton Perea scored on a side volley off a Kahla Seymour service from the right side less than two minutes into the game. Lindsay Preston played the full contest in goal to record the shutout for the Deacs.

April 10: Wake Forest 2, College of Charleston 0
The Demon Deacons built and maintained an early lead in a 2-0 win over College of Charleston. Bayley Feist scored her first goal of the season on a cross from Peyton Perea in the sixth minute. Six minutes later, Reci Smith found the back on the net on a rebound from Caroline Wootten. Nonie Frishette and Lindsay Preston combined for the shutout in goal.

April 10: Wake Forest 0, Tennessee 0
The Wake Forest defense posted its second shutout of the day, playing Tennessee to a scoreless draw. Nonie Frishette and Lindsay Preston again combined for the shutout in goal, while Maddie Huster anchored a strong defensive effort as a center back.

April 2: Wake Forest 1, Florida 1
Wake Forest and Florida, an NCAA Tournament quarterfinal team a year ago, played to a 1-1 draw at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary. The teams played a trio of 30-minute periods, with Florida's goal coming halfway through the first as the Gators took a 1-0 lead. Kendall Fischlein recorded the equalizer with less than 20 minutes remaining in the third period off an assist from Bayley Feist, her second of the spring.

March 19: Wake Forest 2, James Madison 0
The Demon Deacons opened the spring campaign with a 2-0 victory over James Madison. Wake Forest got on the board six minutes in, when Sarah Medina beat her defender and scored far post off a Bayley Feist assist. The Deacs scored again in the closing minutes of the first half, as a Caroline Wootten played a through ball to Peyton Perea for the finish. The Wake Forest defense stifled James Madison, allowing just three shots on goal, all of which were saved.

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