Demorest, Ga. -- The 19th-ranked University of Lynchburg women's soccer team won a close 1-0 match against the Piedmont Lions Sunday afternoon at PC's Walker Athletic Complex.
After a Piedmont foul in the first half, sophomore Amanda Wigboldy was set up for a penalty kick and scored in the seventh minute to put the Hornets up 1-0. It was Wigboldy's second PK goal in as many days as she sent Saturday's game against Emory U. into overtime with a PK goal in the 90th minute.
Senior goalkeeper Caitlin Dorsch made five saves on all five of the Lions shots on goal for her first-career shutout.
Lynchburg totaled 17 shots with seven of them on frame, while Piedmont was able to get off a total of six shots on the day.
The Lynchburg women's soccer team will be back in action on Wednesday, Sept. 25 as they take on the Captains of Christopher Newport in Newport News.