Sophomore forward Caroline Brown previously reaped league accolades back on Aug. 22, after scoring three combined goals during season-opening road victories at %%MATCH_5%% (2-1, OT) and %%MATCH_4%% (3-1).
"I am very proud of Emily Dowd and her efforts thus far this season," Lady Vol Head Soccer Coach Angela Kelly said. "She is certainly a focused individual this fall. Emily is becoming not just a goal scorer, but a true finisher. That takes a solid understanding of the game. I am very proud of how she has developed during her career at %%MATCH_3%%."
During the 55th minute a perfect long ball up the right wing from senior forward Chelsea Hatcher located Dowd with space to work. A quick dribble ended in a drive from 12 yards out that easily beat CCU goalkeeper Megan Spencer into the lower left corner and finalized the Lady Vol offensive output at four scores.
With five goals and three assists thus far in 2011, Dowd now possesses 15 career goals and eight assists for 38 total points over 68 matches played while clad in the Orange & White.
Next up for Tennessee is the start of the rugged SEC campaign as %%MATCH_1%% ventures to Knoxville for a 7 p.m. ET match on Friday, Sept. 23.
Admission for UT's effort to officially "Sell Out Regal Stadium" will be just $1 while the first 1,500 fans through the gate will receive special Tennessee soccer scarves.