Box Score

Scheduled Game: @Seattle University


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Seattle University0112« FINAL


Game Date: 8/21/2009Location: Seattle, Wash.
Game Time: 1:00 pmAttendance: 0
Timekeeper: Amanda Crain, Scorer: Jason Behenna
Trinity WesternSeattle University
Goal Scorer(s)Nathan Square-Briggs (3) - 86:58
Ed Walugembe (7) - 58:42
John Bardwell (14) - 78:24
Total Goals Scored12
Penalty Goals00
Shots On Target49
Total Shots619
Corner Kicks05
Penalties Conceded00
Red Cards00
Yellow Cards00
Other Fouls87
Trinity Western
1Andrew Fink (GK)100273,3,1
2Jake Jorgensen900/00/00
5Rhys Volkenant1000/00/00
6Liam McAllister1000/01/00
9Garrett Traversy900/03/20
11Andrew Keenan900/00/00
13Brayden Volkenant1000/00/00
16Nathan Pogue900/00/00
19Daniel Lowen1000/00/00
21Chris Trauter240/00/00
25Jason Wiens1000/00/00
3Nathan Square-Briggs*760/02/21
14Shawn Parkes100/00/00
15Joseph Passi100/00/00
23David Rowse100/00/00
24James Farenhorst100/00/00
Seattle University
24Emerson De Oliveira (GK)90031,2,0
3Kevin Cook1000/01/00
4Sean Morris1000/02/10
5Alex McCrackin700/00/00
6John Pegg900/01/00
7Ed Walugembe*900/03/31
11Wesley VanHooser820/02/10
13Kyle Peterman820/05/10
19Ryan Blair900/00/00
22Derek Rogalsky1000/01/10
26Demaci Roussos1000/01/00
9Ian Walsh180/02/10
12Troy Bratten180/00/00
14John Bardwell*100/01/11
18Bobby Segal100/00/00
20Will Banchero300/00/00
23Tyler Hanson100/00/00
29Nate Brewer100/00/00

Game Recap

Game Recap

Men’s Soccer (Preseason)
Friday, August 21, 2009
TWU Spartans (1) at the Seattle University Redhawks (2)



– Trinity Western University midfielder Nathan Square-Briggs (Richmond, B.C.) scored the lone goal late in the match as the Spartans fell to the Seattle University Redhawks 2-1 in a Friday afternoon friendly in Seattle.

“It was good to fight back and make it a game in the end, but for the most part we were able to do the things that we have been working on and it was a good preseason performance for us and we will look to build on it as we head to Oregon State,” commented TWU associate head coach Mike Shearon.

The Spartans had a strong start and were able to get quality opportunities early from forward Garrett Traversy (Delta, B.C.) and Nathan Pogue (Seaside, Ore.) but were unable to get on the board. The Redhawks had the advantage in play for the remainder of the half which finished with the two sides scoreless.  

TWU was stronger in second half, but the Redbirds were able to get two goals in the final frame to take the match as they outshot the Spartans 19-6 in the match.

TWU keeper Andrew Fink (Burnaby, B.C.) played the full match and was able to keep the Spartans close by making seven saves.

Seattle’s Ed Walugembe and John Bardwell scored for the Redhawks in the second half to give Seattle a 2-0 lead late in the match.

TWU’s Square-Briggs scored late to make it a one goal match when he had a strong header off a swinging corner kick by midfielder Liam McAllister (Vancovuer).

Trinity Western will continue their annual Pacific Northwest pre-season matches on Sunday, Aug. 23 when they will head to Corvallis, Ore to play Oregon State; they will follow that match with the University of Washington on Aug. 25 and then Gonzaga University on Sept. 1 before returning home to host Simon Fraser on Sept. 4.

This fall Trinity Western will be the proud hosts of the 2009 CIS men's soccer championships. With their host position the Spartans’ men’s team will set a TWU school record with five straight CIS men's soccer championship appearances. The Spartans have won three national championship medals (silver in 2008 and 2006 and bronze in 2005, they were fifth in 2007), and have finished as Canada West regular season champions in 2003, 2004, and 2007. They also won three straight Canada West Championships in 2005, 2006, and 2007, before finishing with silver in 2008.

About TWU:
Trinity Western University, located in Langley, B.C., is a not-for-profit Christian liberal arts university enrolling over 4,000 students this year. With a broad based, liberal arts and sciences curriculum, the University offers undergraduate degrees in 41 major areas of study ranging from business, education and computer science to biology and nursing, and 17 other graduate degrees including counselling psychology, theology and administrative leadership. For more information, visit TWU's Official Athletics site at

About Canadian Interuniversity Sport:
Canadian Interuniversity Sport is the national governing body of university sport in Canada. Fifty-two universities, 10,000 student-athletes and 550 coaches vie for 21 national championships in 12 different sports. The CIS also provides high performance international opportunities for Canadian student-athletes at Winter and Summer Universiades, and 32 World University Championships. For further information, visit

About CWUAA:
"Canada West is consistently the most decorated of the four conferences in Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS), winning at least 10 CIS national titles every year since 1997-98. Comprised of 14 schools, from Manitoba to B.C., the CWUAA produces numerous major award winners and Academic All-Canadian student-athletes each year, with many going on to athletic success around the globe in events such as the Olympics or Universiade Games."




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