Box Score

Scheduled Game: @UBC - CW Bronze

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GAME RESULTS12T
Trinity Western101
British Columbia123« FINAL

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Game Date: 11/7/2009Location: Vancouver, BC
Game Time: 5:00 PMAttendance: 200
Referee: Marie-Soleil Beaudoi, Asst. Referee: Marco Arruda, Blair Byrne, Alt. Official: Alex Shipillo, Timekeeper: Megan Robinson, Scorer: Lee Dorner
Trinity WesternBritish Columbia
Goals
Goal Scorer(s)Chris Trauter (21) - 18:56
Ashley Ankiewicz (15) - 14:09
TEAM (TM) - 58:30
Greg Smith (12) - 67:03
Attack
Total Goals Scored13
Penalty Goals00
Shots On Target55
Total Shots1210
Corner Kicks07
Defence
Saves24
Penalties Conceded00
Discipline
Red Cards00
Yellow Cards12
Offside01
Other Fouls1611
Trinity Western
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2Jake Jorgensen900/00/00
3Nathan Square-Briggs900/00/00
8Cardin Davis810/00/00
9Garrett Traversy900/04/20
11Andrew Keenan900/01/00
12Jordan Hart810/00/00
14Shawn Parkes900/03/10
15Joseph Passi900/01/00
21Chris Trauter*901/03/21
24James Farenhorst900/00/00
29Andrew Kowan900/00/00
Substitutions
27Nathaniel Turner90/00/00
28Nathan Rubuliak90/00/00
British Columbia
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3Steve Johnson900/00/00
4Matt Allard900/00/00
5Jason Gill860/00/00
6Joey Loreth900/01/00
7Devin Gunenc901/01/10
8Graham Smith901/00/00
10Jorge Angel-Mira450/02/10
15Ashley Ankiewicz*450/01/11
17Marco Visintin450/01/00
20Ryan Reynolds900/01/00
26Elliot Usher900/00/00
Substitutions
2Devon Smith450/01/00
11Brandon Ho40/00/00
12Greg Smith*450/01/11
13Sebastian Crema90/00/00
16Miguel Michelena360/00/00

Game Recap

Game Recap

MEN’S SOCCER (CANADA WEST BRONZE MEDAL)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2009
NO. 5 TWU SPARTANS (1) VS THE NO. 2 UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA THUNDERBIRDS (3)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

T-BIRDS TAKE CW BRONZE, SPARTANS ON TO NATIONALS

VANCOUVER
– The No. 2 University of British Columbia Thunderbirds wrapped up their 2009 season by capturing their fifth straight Canada West medal, as they took home the bronze for the second year in a row with a 3-1 win over the No. 5 Trinity Western Spartans on Saturday at Thunderbird Park. While the match concludes the T-Birds season, the Spartans still have nationals to look forward to, as they have a host berth in the upcoming CIS tournament. They will be joined by the winner of tonight's Alberta-Victoria Canada West gold medal game.

“I thought we had a better effort, had lots of energy and did well in the first half and were unlucky not to have found the back of the net more,” commented TWU head coach Pat Rohla. “But we fell off in the second and a couple of miscues off of restarts hurt us in the second half.”

With the score tied 1-1, the T-Birds picked up what turned out to be the game-winner in the 59th minute via a Trinity Western own-goal. Joey Loreth swung a high cross into the box from the left wing, and Spartan defender James Farenhorst inadvertently headed it into his own net.

The T-Birds tacked on one more in the 68th minute, when another Joey Loreth cross led to a goal, this time finished by a UBC player. Loreth crossed to the far post and Greg Smith got up above the Spartan defence and headed the ball home from about six yards out.

The T-Birds came into the Canada West tournament as the top seed after finishing first in the regular season at 10-3-1. They were perfect at home with a 7-0-0 record and no goals-against until their semifinal loss to Alberta last night.

Ashley Ankiewicz got the scoring started in the 15th minute for UBC. Jorge Angel-Mira played the ball into the box from about 30 yards out and Ankiewicz managed to flick it past Spartans keeper Andrew Kowan.

The Spartans responded quickly however, as Chris Trauter equalized in the 19th minute with a hard low drive just inside the far post from the corner of the 18-yard box.

UBC keeper Elliot Usher earned player of the game honors for his team by holding the Spartans to just one goal, stopping four of the five shots he faced. Kowan made two saves in the loss for Trinity Western.

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 the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, 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 pro leagues and events such as the Olympics, Paralympics or Universiade Games.”

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Play-by-Play

Play-by-Play

Trinity Western Period: 1British Columbia
Andrew Kowan at goalie for Trinity Western.00:00
00:00Elliot Usher at goalie for British Columbia.
01:10
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
13:18Shot by UBC Rory Gattens BLOCKED.
13:46
14:09GOAL by UBC Ashley Ankiewicz (FIRST GOAL), Assist by Jorge Angel-Mira.
GOAL by TWU Chris Trauter.18:56
Foul on British Columbia.
22:53
Foul on Trinity Western.
Shot by TWU Garrett Traversy, SAVE Elliot Usher.24:31
Foul on British Columbia.
Foul on Trinity Western.
27:24Shot by UBC Marco Visintin HIGH.
29:36Offside against British Columbia.
31:00Shot by UBC Jorge Angel-Mira, SAVE Andrew Kowan.
Foul on British Columbia.
Shot by TWU Garrett Traversy, SAVE Elliot Usher.32:41
Shot by TWU Andrew Keenan WIDE.35:44
Foul on British Columbia.
Shot by TWU Shawn Parkes, SAVE Elliot Usher.37:36
Shot by TWU Chris Trauter, SAVE Elliot Usher.38:09
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on British Columbia.
Foul on British Columbia.
Shot by TWU Chris Trauter WIDE.44:54
Foul on Trinity Western.
45:00Shot by UBC Jorge Angel-Mira WIDE.
45:00
Shot by TWU Shawn Parkes WIDE.45:00
45:00
45:00UBC substitution: Devon Smith for Ashley Ankiewicz.
45:00UBC substitution: Greg Smith for Jorge Angel-Mira.
-END-45:00UBC substitution: Miguel Michelena for Marco Visintin.-END-
Trinity Western Period: 2British Columbia
81:00
Shot by TWU Garrett Traversy HIGH.47:03
49:24
Foul on British Columbia.
Foul on Trinity Western.
55:22
55:29Shot by UBC Devon Smith BLOCKED.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
58:23
58:30GOAL by UBC OWN GOAL.
*Trinity Western own goal
Foul on British Columbia.
Shot by TWU Garrett Traversy HIGH.63:05
Foul on Trinity Western.
Yellow card on TWU Chris Trauter.65:18
67:03Header GOAL by UBC Greg Smith, Assist by Joey Loreth.
*Long cross from Loreth finds head of greg Smith off post and in
Foul on British Columbia.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
71:57Shot by UBC Joey Loreth WIDE.
Foul on Trinity Western.
TWU substitution: Nathan Rubuliak for Cardin Davis.75:57
Foul on British Columbia.
Shot by TWU Joseph Passi WIDE.77:53
78:33UBC substitution: Steve Johnson for Harry Lakhan.
TWU substitution: Nathaniel Turner for Jordan Hart.79:14
79:40UBC substitution: Sebastian Crema for Miguel Michelena.
85:33Shot by UBC Devin Gunenc, SAVE Andrew Kowan.
86:03UBC substitution: Brandon Ho for Jason Gill.
Foul on Trinity Western.
90:00Shot by UBC Ryan Reynolds WIDE.
Foul on British Columbia.
90:00Yellow card on UBC Devin Gunenc.
Shot by TWU Shawn Parkes BLOCKED.90:00
Foul on Trinity Western.
90:00Yellow card on UBC Graham Smith.
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