Brent Forster - RDC
Camrose, AB - A week ago, the RDC Queens Soccer team felt it deserved a better fate against the University of Alberta Augustana Vikings in a 3-2 setback. On Saturday afternoon the Queens turned the tables, blanking the Vikings 3-0.
Alisha Coules continued her torrid goal scoring pace, striking for all three of RDC's goals in the 13th, 20th and 71st minute. The Vikings couldn't find the back of the net.
Coules has nine goals in six games played, which places the Bachelor of Science Nursing student in a tie for second spot in league scoring with Aimee Tiemstra from The King's University Eagles. NAIT's Marissa Webb leads Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Women's Soccer with 12.
Second-year midfielder Abbi Galloway was recognized as the Queens top player.
With the crucial win, the Queens (3-4-0) share fourth spot in the south with the Medicine Hat College Rattlers (2-2-3). Both teams have nine points, three behind the Augustana Vikings, who have also played one more game. Five games remain for the Queens in the regular season.
The Red Deer College Queens (3-4-0) will face the Ambrose University Lions (0-6-0) on Sunday at 12:00 p.m. at RDC Main Field.