Box Score

Scheduled Game: @Saskatchewan*

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GAME RESULTS12T
Trinity Western033« FINAL
Saskatchewan011

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Game Date: 9/12/2009Location: Saskatoon, SK
Game Time: 2:15pmAttendance: 200
Referee: Rodrigo Clayton, Asst. Referee: Steven Pollack, Chad Salisbury, Alt. Official: Brendan Simpson
Trinity WesternSaskatchewan
Goals
Goal Scorer(s)Jason Wiens (25) - 62:02
Shawn Parkes (14) - 84:59
David Rowse (23) - 90:00
Myles Shedden (8) - 54:51
Attack
Total Goals Scored31
Penalty Goals00
Shots On Target68
Total Shots711
Corner Kicks27
Defence
Saves73
Penalties Conceded00
Discipline
Red Cards00
Yellow Cards02
Offside20
Other Fouls108
Trinity Western
#NAMEMINGASSPP
1Andrew Fink (GK)90162,4
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
3Nathan Square-Briggs580/00/00
19Daniel Lowen450/01/10
21Chris Trauter450/00/00
10Ioannis Tsoulouhas770/00/00
13Brayden Volkenant900/00/00
16Nathan Pogue840/00/00
2Jake Jorgensen900/01/00
5Rhys Volkenant900/00/00
6Liam McAllister900/01/10
18Paul Hamilton900/00/00
Substitutions
11Andrew Keenan350/00/00
14Shawn Parkes*450/02/21
23David Rowse*170/01/11
25Jason Wiens*450/01/11
Saskatchewan
#NAMEMINGASSPP
1Mark Diakiw (GK)90332,1
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
2Ryan Contenti900/00/00
9Josh Northey900/02/10
7Scott Myrah450/03/20
10Eoin McFadden901/00/00
12Jordian Farahani670/01/10
13J Barandica-Hamilton900/02/20
4Dion Morgan670/00/00
5Stefan Husdal900/01/10
6Saud Ahmad900/00/00
15Austin Boryski900/00/00
Substitutions
3Scott Malek230/00/00
8Myles Shedden*400/02/11
14Taylor Evernden50/00/00
19Karmvir Bath231/00/00

Game Recap

Game Recap

MEN’S SOCCER (CANADA WEST)
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2009
TWU SPARTANS (3) AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (1)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SPARTANS KICK OF 2009 WITH ROAD WIN

SASKATOON
– The Trinity Western University men’s soccer team opened the Canada West season by scoring three unanswered goals, with two in the final five minutes of the second half, to come from behind for a 3-1 victory over the University of Saskatchewan Huskies Saturday afternoon at Potash Corp Park in Saskatoon.

“We probably stole the milk off of the porch today. We didn’t play well in the first half and probably were a little better in the second half,” commented TWU head coach Pat Rohla. “Credit to Saskatchewan they are a very ‘tricky’ team with lots of depth and lots of talent. They were well balanced and kept us off balance for most of the game. But we found a way to get through it and we found a way to rise above it so overall I’m very pleased with the result but we need to improve our performance.”

It wasn’t until the second half that either team got on the board. Huskie forward Myles Shedden opened the scoring in the 55th minute, after a cross from Jerson Barandica- Hamilton, for the lone goal on the Spartans keeper Andrew Fink (Burnaby, B.C.).

Trinity Western then went on to score three unanswered goals to finish out the match.

The Spartans defender Jason Wiens (Coaldale, Alta.) tied the game at one just eight minutes, 63rd, after the Shedden goal.  Forward Shawn Parkes (Delta, B.C.) got the game winner for Trinity Western when he scored the go-ahead in the 85th minute after his shot deflected off Huskie keeper Mark Diakiw’s hands over his head and trickled into the net.  TWU forward David Rowse (St. Albert, Alta.) secured the opening victory with a goal in injury time.

With the win the Spartans open the season 1-0, while the Huskies fall to 0-1.

TWU’s Fink made six saves to earn the win, while Saskatchewan’s Mark Diakiw made three saves in the loss.

Saskatchewan remains at home to host the UBC Thunderbirds tomorrow afternoon, while Trinity Western travels to Edmonton to take on the University of Alberta Golden Bears. Both matches are scheduled for 2:15 p.m. kick-offs.    

Match Notes: The Huskies outshot the Spartans 11 to seven in total shots and eight to six in shots on goal…Saskatchewan also had the edge in corner kicks at seven to two…TWU is 12-4-3 lifetime against Saskatchewan…they split the season series last year at 1-1 with each team winning as the visitor…

-TW-

Play-by-Play

Play-by-Play

Trinity Western Period: 1Saskatchewan
Andrew Fink at goalie for Trinity Western.00:00
00:00Mark Diakiw at goalie for Saskatchewan.
00:24Header Shot by SASK Scott Myrah, SAVE Andrew Fink.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Shot by TWU Daniel Lowen, SAVE Mark Diakiw.08:33
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Shot by TWU Jake Jorgensen WIDE.12:41
Offside against Trinity Western.14:08
14:48
Foul on Saskatchewan.
23:37Shot by SASK Scott Myrah WIDE.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
29:39
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Shot by TWU Liam McAllister, SAVE Mark Diakiw.33:35
34:10Shot by SASK Scott Myrah, SAVE TEAM.
34:37
34:45
35:23Header Shot by SASK Stefan Husdal, SAVE Andrew Fink.
TWU substitution: David Rowse for Nathan Pogue.38:37
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
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Trinity Western Period: 2Saskatchewan
45:00
TWU substitution: Nathan Pogue for David Rowse.45:00
TWU substitution: Jason Wiens for Chris Trauter.45:00
TWU substitution: Andrew Keenan for Nathan Square-Briggs.45:00
TWU substitution: Shawn Parkes for Daniel Lowen.45:00
45:00SASK substitution: Myles Shedden for Scott Myrah.
Foul on Trinity Western.
47:24Shot by SASK Myles Shedden WIDE.
Foul on Trinity Western.
54:51GOAL by SASK Myles Shedden (FIRST GOAL), Assist by J Barandica-Hamilton.
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Foul on Trinity Western.
56:40Shot by SASK Jordian Farahani, SAVE Andrew Fink.
58:13Yellow card on SASK Eoin McFadden.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
GOAL by TWU Jason Wiens.62:02
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Offside against Trinity Western.64:09
Foul on Saskatchewan.
66:00
66:36SASK substitution: Karmvir Bath for Jordian Farahani.
66:36SASK substitution: Scott Malek for Dion Morgan.
70:22Shot by SASK J Barandica-Hamilton, SAVE Andrew Fink.
70:39
70:58Shot by SASK Josh Northey WIDE.
71:25Yellow card on SASK Karmvir Bath.
TWU substitution: Nathan Square-Briggs for Ioannis Tsoulouhas.76:41
79:18Shot by SASK Josh Northey, SAVE Andrew Fink.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
TWU substitution: David Rowse for Andrew Keenan.79:42
Shot by TWU Shawn Parkes, SAVE Mark Diakiw.80:26
81:35
83:46Shot by SASK J Barandica-Hamilton, SAVE Andrew Fink.
GOAL by TWU Shawn Parkes.84:59
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85:29SASK substitution: Taylor Evernden for Myles Shedden.
85:29SASK substitution: Scott Malek for Scott Myrah.
89:10
90:00
GOAL by TWU David Rowse.90:00
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