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Lee makes is four in a row
December 3rd, 2011 8:52PM
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[NAIA WOMEN] Lee became the first team to win four straight NAIA women's championships with a 3-0 win over Concordia of Oregon in Saturday's final at Jack Allen Recreation Complex in Decatur, Ala. Sophomore Ashley Aragona had two goals and an assist and Texas transfer Leah Fortune, who has played for Brazil's U-20 World Cup team, had a goal and an assist.

Final
Dec. 3
Lee 3 Concordia (Ore.) 0.
LEE: Ashley Aragona (Leah Fortune) 10
LEE: Leah Fortune (Ashley Aragona) 24
LEE: Ashley Aragona (Amy Cochrane) 62
Lee --Achten, Ciabattone, Lanter, Cochran, Thacker, Scales, Conrad, Wilson, Fulutudilu, Fortune, Aragona. Subs: Canlett, Surgener, Healy, Woody, Nasralla.
Concordia --Talbutt, Helmers, Orr, Lommasson, Winwood, Hendrickson, O'Loughlin, Ayala, Scott, Thomas, Huisingh. Subs: Kimsey, Hayman, Tucker, Hayes, Blalock, Ames, Long.

Semifinals
Dec. 2
Concordia (Ore.) 4 Point Loma Nazarene 0
CU: Lauryn Helmers (Brittany Orr) 16 
CU: Hannah Scott (Alex Thomas) 20
CU: Alex Bialock (Sydney Tucker) 41
CU: Jackie Henrdrickson (Hayley Hayes) 45 
Lee 2 Azusa Pacific 0
LEE: Ashley Aragona (Ode Fulutudilu) 21
LEE: Jordan Woody (Leah Fortune) 74



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