|Columbus State (8-3, 5-0 PBC)||5||5||10|
|Georgia Southwestern (0-10-1, 0-4-1 PBC)||0||0||0|
|1st - 0:15||Chelsea Person (Columbus State)|
|1st - 10:04||Nicole Corcione (Columbus State)|
|1st - 33:08||Mandy Janowitz (Columbus State)|
|1st - 39:42||Kara Barber (Columbus State)|
|1st - 43:36||Jackie Hellett (Columbus State)|
|2nd - 45:18||Chelsea Person (Columbus State)|
|2nd - 53:07||Kelsey Pelletier (Columbus State)|
|2nd - 57:50||TEAM (Columbus State)|
|2nd - 68:53||Tori Hood (Columbus State)|
|2nd - 70:05||Nicole Corcione (Columbus State)|
|Columbus State||Georgia Southwestern|
2 Players (#7, #14 - 2)
A: Taylor Marks - 2
Sh: Chelsea Person - 6
Sv: Maylyn Parsons - 1
Sh: Amber Milner - 1
Sv: Vanna Lucke - 6
|TEAM STATISTICS||Columbus State||Georgia Southwestern|
|Shots (on goal)||33 (21)||1 (1)|
AMERICUS - When Chelsea Person is ready to start a half, she's ready alright. The Columbus State sophomore opened the match with a goal in 15 seconds and nearly matched her efforts in the second half by scoring in 18 seconds to lead the 10th-ranked Lady Cougars past Georgia Southwestern, 10-0, on Wednesday afternoon at Hurricane Field.
Nicole Corcione matched Person with a pair of scores for Columbus State (8-3, 5-0 PBC).
CSU finished with a 21-1 shots on goal advantage and 13-2 margin in corner kicks.
Maylyn Parsons saved one in her second start of the season for CSU.
Things don't get much easier for GSW (0-10-1, 0-4-1 PBC) as the Lady 'Canes travel to 23rd-ranked North Georgia for a 1 p.m. match on Saturday.