Box Score

Scheduled Game: SASKATCHEWAN*

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GAME RESULTS12T
Saskatchewan101
Trinity Western235« FINAL

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Game Date: 10/24/2009Location: Langley, BC
Game Time: 7:35Attendance: 225
Referee: Sash Jecansky, Asst. Referee: Noel Estacio, Phil Barrington, Alt. Official: Korina Busse, Timekeeper: Lindsay Marriott, Scorer: Lindsay Marriott
SaskatchewanTrinity Western
Goals
Goal Scorer(s)Austin Boryski (15) - 20:06
Nathan Pogue (16) - 16:30
Jason Wiens (25) - 40:12
Liam McAllister (6) - 61:08
Garrett Traversy (9) - 78:58
Jason Wiens (25) - 87:50
Attack
Total Goals Scored15
Penalty Goals00
Shots On Target39
Total Shots812
Corner Kicks72
Defence
Saves42
Penalties Conceded00
Discipline
Red Cards00
Yellow Cards11
Offside03
Other Fouls1513
Saskatchewan
#NAMEMINGASSPP
1Mark Diakiw (GK)90541,3
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
2Ryan Contenti900/00/00
3Scott Malek450/01/00
4Dion Morgan900/00/00
5Stefan Husdal900/00/00
8Myles Shedden450/01/00
9Josh Northey900/02/10
10Eoin McFadden900/00/00
11Steve Irinici901/02/10
13J Barandica-Hamilton900/01/00
15Austin Boryski*900/01/11
Substitutions
6Saud Ahmad450/00/00
12Jordian Farahani450/00/00
Trinity Western
#NAMEMINGASSPP
29Andrew Kowan (GK)90121,1
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
3Nathan Square-Briggs450/00/00
13Brayden Volkenant900/01/10
25Jason Wiens*900/03/22
4Jordan Whitehead230/00/00
16Nathan Pogue*901/01/11
23David Rowse450/00/00
2Jake Jorgensen900/00/00
5Rhys Volkenant900/00/00
6Liam McAllister*900/01/11
18Paul Hamilton900/02/00
Substitutions
9Garrett Traversy*450/02/21
10Ioannis Tsoulouhas670/01/10
19Daniel Lowen450/01/10

Game Recap

Game Recap

MEN’S SOCCER (CANADA WEST)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2009
NO. 3 TWU SPARTANS (5) VS THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (1)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

GOAL BARRAGE GIVES SPARTANS WIN

LANGLEY, British Columbia
– Led by defender Jason Wiens’ (Coaldale, Alta) two goals the No. 3 Trinity Western University men’s soccer team scored their third most goals in a game to defeat the visiting University of Saskatchewan Huskies 5-1 Saturday night at TWU’s Langley, B.C. campus. The win moves the first place Spartans to 8-1-3, while the loss drops the seventh place Huskies to 2-8-2.

The game started out looking like it would be a tightly contested match from start to finish. The frantic pace produced quality runs into each team’s defensive third of the park. But the final outcome was not indicative of the battle between the two team’s front lines.

The Spartans Nathan Pogue (Seaside, Ore.) got his conference leading ninth goal of the season to open the scoring in the 17th minute. Less than four minutes later the Huskies knotted it up at 1-1 on a header from Austin Boryski (Saskatoon).

For the next twenty minutes the Huskies continued to have dangerous runs into the Spartans end of the park. Most notable was Saskatchewan’s Josh Northey (Saskatoon) who found himself open for shots on a number of occasions.

Fortunately for TWU they were able to weather the storm. Then in the 41st minute Wiens rifled a shot from just outside the top of the box and into the top of the Saskatchewan net to give TWU a 2-1 lead going into the half.

After leading in goals, but trailing in shots seven to four at the half the Spartans made some defensive adjustments which paid dividends in the final 45 minutes. TWU would outshoot the Huskies eight to one and outscore Saskatchewan 3-0 in the final frame to run away with the match 5-1.

TWU’s Liam McAllister (Vancouver) scored in the 62nd minute on a nicely place shot from outside the box to give the Spartans the 3-1 lead. Garrett Traversy (Delta, B.C.) scored in the 79th minute from the middle of the box to make it 4-1 and then in the 88th minute Wiens got his second of the night when he knocked in a rebound off of a Daniel Lowewn (Langley, B.C.) shot to make the final 5-1.

TWU’s Andrew Kowan (Richmond, B.C.) made two saves to earn the win, while Mark Diakiw (Saskatoon) made four saves in the Huskies loss.

Next up for the Spartans is the final weekend of Canada West play. TWU will look to sew up first place when they travel to Alberta to play the University of Lethbridge and the University of Calgary next Saturday and Sunday afternoon. While Saskatchewan will finish up the season with a home and home with the University of Alberta.

Match Notes: The Spartans’ five goals in a match have only been bettered in their history on two separate occasions: Aug. 30, 2003 against Carlton University and Oct. 18, 2003 against Lethbridge…TWU’s Nathan Pogue leads Canada West in points with 12, points per game at one, goals with nine and goals per game at 0.75…TWU leads Canada West in goals with 24 and goals per game at two…

-TW-

Play-by-Play

Play-by-Play

Saskatchewan Period: 1Trinity Western
Mark Diakiw at goalie for Saskatchewan.00:00
00:00Andrew Kowan at goalie for Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Shot by SASK Scott Malek WIDE.04:34
Shot by SASK Steve Irinici WIDE.07:20
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Shot by SASK Josh Northey WIDE.10:33
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
14:56
16:30GOAL by TWU Nathan Pogue (FIRST GOAL), Assist by Paul Hamilton, goal number 9 for season.
*Up RS past def shot LS
Foul on Trinity Western.
19:49
Header GOAL by SASK Austin Boryski, Assist by Josh Northey.20:06
*cross by 9header 15 LS
Shot by SASK Myles Shedden HIT POST.22:13
22:35TWU substitution: Ioannis Tsoulouhas for Jordan Whitehead.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Shot by SASK J Barandica-Hamilton HIT POST.26:04
Corner kick by SASK Karmvir Bath.
26:45
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
31:16Shot by TWU Ioannis Tsoulouhas, SAVE Mark Diakiw.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
33:41Shot by TWU Paul Hamilton HIGH.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
37:13Offside against Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
40:12GOAL by TWU Jason Wiens.
*outside top of penalty area
Shot by SASK Steve Irinici, SAVE Andrew Kowan.44:05
Foul on Saskatchewan.
45:00
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Saskatchewan Period: 2Trinity Western
45:00
45:00TWU substitution: Daniel Lowen for Nathan Square-Briggs.
45:00TWU substitution: Garrett Traversy for David Rowse.
SASK substitution: Saud Ahmad for Scott Malek.45:00
SASK substitution: Jordian Farahani for Myles Shedden.45:00
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Foul on Trinity Western.
52:16
52:35Shot by TWU Brayden Volkenant, SAVE Mark Diakiw.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
54:35Shot by TWU Paul Hamilton HIGH.
Shot by SASK Josh Northey, SAVE Andrew Kowan.55:26
57:01
57:09
61:08GOAL by TWU Liam McAllister, Assist by Ioannis Tsoulouhas.
*kick from otside the box
62:24Offside against Trinity Western.
64:12Offside against Trinity Western.
64:51Shot by TWU Garrett Traversy, SAVE Mark Diakiw.
66:18Shot by TWU Jason Wiens HIGH.
66:00Yellow card on TWU Nathan Pogue.
Foul on Trinity Western.
71:30
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
76:06TWU substitution: Ioannis Tsoulouhas for Chris Trauter.
Yellow card on SASK Steve Irinici.77:07
78:58GOAL by TWU Garrett Traversy, Assist by Nathan Pogue and Chris Trauter, goal number 1 for season.
*pass into middle of box trn RS
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
87:31Shot by TWU Daniel Lowen, SAVE Mark Diakiw.
87:50GOAL by TWU Jason Wiens.
*picked up rebound off Lowen shot in box
89:54TWU substitution: James Farenhorst for Nathan Pogue.
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