By Patrick Akoto
Florence Dadson scored twice and provided two assists as Robert Morris Soccer team rallied from two goals down to beat Trinity International University 4-2.
The Ghana star once again proved her goal scoring prowess to help the Eagles clinch an important victory and increased her goal haul to 16 in nine matches in the Chicago Collegiate Athletic Conference Women’s League.
Robert Morris University went down in the 9th minute after Melissa Loretto headed home the opener from a Courtney Ensz corner kick.
RMU kept the chunk of possession but the Trojans struck again on the 30th minute mark as Loretto sscored the second from a long-throw in.
The Eagles responded after five minutes as Dadson outwit three markers and fired a low grounder into the left corner.
The Black Princesses attacker turned assist as she beat two defenders, slotted the ball to Carolynn Wieland who finished the chance from seven yards.
The day surely belonged to the sensational forward as she once again beat her defender and laid the ball off to compatriot Linda Eshun who fired home the third goal in the 73rd minute.
Eshun returned the favour to Dadson, slotting a ball through for the silky forward who hammered a shot into the right for the 4-2 win.
Dadson has now scored 16 goals and provided eight assists for 40 points in nine games played this season.
The Eagles continue CCAC Conference play on Saturday as they host Cardinal Strich University at the Redmond Athletic Complex.