Saints Soccer Twins Sizzle: One Leads NCAA in Scoring; the Other Secures Shutouts
Ashley Alderin-Fleagle, who leads all NCAA Division II scorers, became just the second player in team history to record 20 goals in a season with this shot over King in the Conference Carolinas Tournament Quarterfinals.
Heading into Thursday's Conference Carolinas semifinal match, the 13-5 (9-3) Limestone College Women's Soccer Team is on a roll. And the powerful twin sister duo of Ashley and Kristin Alderin-Fleagle from Kernersville, NC is leading the way.

Playing in the forward position, Ashley leads all NCAA Division II in scoring. And in Monday's quarterfinal showdown against King College, she became just the second player in team history to record 20 goals in a season. She is two goals away from tying Kristen Briggs for the program record for goals in a season with 22 (set in 1996) and is ranked second in team history in practically all major scoring single season and career records.

Kristin, the goalkeeper for the Saints, is also in record setting form as she has nine shutouts for the season thus far, a program best. She also set a new team record for not allowing a goal in over 363 minutes.

Both have been very instrumental in leading the Saints to historic heights this season. The 2011 team recorded the program's 100th win as an NCAA Division II member before shattering the program's record for most wins in a season (14 and still counting) in addition to setting the all-time mark for most conference wins in a season. Currently, the team has won six straight games and seven of their last eight. The Saints knocked off the top two teams in Conference Carolinas to conclude the season.