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Scheduled Game: McGill CIS Semi-Final - TWU

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Game Date: 11/13/2009Location: Langley, BC
Game Time: 6:30 pmAttendance: 550
Referee: Silviu Pertrescue, Asst. Referee: Kevin Duliba, Martin Reid, Alt. Official: Cameron Blair, Timekeeper: Scott Stewart, Scorer: Scott Stewart
MCGILLTrinity Western
Goals
Goal Scorer(s)Gareth Pugh (7) - 64:22
Louis Fouquet (8) - 120:00
Rhys Volkenant (5) - 27:31
Attack
Total Goals Scored11
Penalty Goals00
Shots On Target39
Total Shots1016
Corner Kicks35
Defence
Saves82
Penalties Conceded00
Discipline
Red Cards10
Yellow Cards43
Offside24
Other Fouls1619
MCGILL
#NAMEMINGASSPP
1Jean-Lou Gosselin (GK)120172,3,1,1,0
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
4Alex Damianou1201/00/00
5Graeme Tingey1200/00/00
7Gareth Pugh*900/02/11
9Tom Lucas1200/01/00
13Cory Marcon840/00/00
14Axel Dovi1201/02/10
16Marc-Andre Maillet1200/00/00
17Eugene Graske1140/01/00
22Ryan Lauzon1200/02/00
24Yohann Capolungo450/01/00
Substitutions
8Louis Fouquet280/00/00
10Sami Obaid900/00/00
11Jeremy Hurdle210/01/10
20Peter Valente360/00/00
Trinity Western
#NAMEMINGASSPP
1Andrew Fink (GK)90120,2,0,0,0
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
2Jake Jorgensen1200/01/10
4Jordan Whitehead1200/02/10
5Rhys Volkenant*1201/01/11
6Liam McAllister1200/01/00
8Cardin Davis1200/00/00
10Ioannis Tsoulouhas1200/00/00
13Brayden Volkenant900/00/00
16Nathan Pogue600/04/20
18Paul Hamilton1201/02/10
25Jason Wiens330/02/10
Substitutions
3Nathan Square-Briggs450/00/00
9Garrett Traversy360/01/00
14Shawn Parkes871/01/10
19Daniel Lowen240/01/10
23David Rowse460/00/00
29Andrew Kowan300/00/00

Game Recap

Game Recap

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SEMIFINAL #2: 2009 CIS men’s soccer championship
McGill win sets up historical all-Quebec final

Nov. 13, 2009

LANGLEY, B.C. (CIS)
– McGill outscored tournament host Trinity Western University 5-4 on penalty kicks for a 2-1 semifinal victory at the CIS men’s soccer championship tournament in Langley, B.C., on Friday the 13th.

Defender Louis Fouquet, a second-year law student from Sherbrooke, Que., scored what proved to be the game-winner just before Spartans forward Ioannis Tsoulouhas missed high over the crossbar.
                                                                            
McGill advances to Sunday’s national final (3:30 p.m. Pacific) where they’ll face the Laval Rouge et Or, who blanked Toronto 3-0 in an earlier semi. Sunday’s match-up will mark the first-ever meeting between the bitter Quebec rivals at the Nationals and the first CIS final in history, in any sport, featuring two teams from Quebec.

“I don’t know what to call it, but it’s definitely emotional,” said first-year McGill head coach David Simon. “My players are heroes. To go to the 20th penalty kick yesterday and now to play a man down (during) the entire overtime tonight… they’re heroes.”

Trinity Western opened the scoring in the 28th minute, after intense pressure where McGill defenders had cleared and headed two balls off the goal-line, which resulted in corner kicks. The Spartans’ Jason Wiens of Coaldale, Alta., hit a hard shot from middle of the penalty area that McGill goalkeeper Jean-Lou Gosselin of Longueuil, Que., blocked with two open hands. TWU’s Rhys Volkenant of Surrey, B.C., jumped on the rebound and hammered it into the right side of the net.

The Redmen rallied in the 65th minute when veteran striker Gareth Pugh of Ottawa headed in a direct kick from Sami Obaid, a third-year medical student from Laval, Que.

“Sami crossed it from the top-right side of the (18-yard) box and it curled into me nicely,” said Pugh, a fifth-year history major. “We’ve practiced that set play many times. There’s good chemistry between us and we just clicked.”

McGill prevailed despite losing forward Michael Stein, who was ejected late in the second half after being assessed a second yellow card from an accidental collision with Spartans ‘keeper Andrew Fink of Burnaby, B.C.

Stein was the hero of Thursday’s 1-0 quarter-final win over McMaster. He netted the final goal in a wild 10-9 decision on penalty-kicks.

Fink stayed in the game for a few minutes but pulled himself at the end of regulation time and was replaced by Andrew Kowan, a sophomore from Richmond, B.C.

The teams went to penalty kicks after two scoreless 15-minute overtime periods, both of which were dominated by a poised Redmen squad, despite being one man down.

“Penalty kicks are cruel,” said Simon, a former McGill player who interrupted his law practice to serve as interim head coach this year. “But I thought it terms of play, we held our own, we even dominated for parts of the game. Despite being down one goal early, I knew we’d eventually get our chances to score. I told the guys to keep believing, to keep fighting and good things would happen.”

McGill becomes the first team to win two games on penalty kicks in the CIS championship tourney. The Redmen had connected on all 15 penalty-kicks over their two games.

McGill and Laval have Saturday off before meeting in Sunday’s finale for the Sam Davidson memorial trophy. The teams tied 2-2 in their first meeting at Molson Stadium on Oct. 2 but Laval won the rematch 3-1 two days later in Quebec City and captured the Quebec championship with a 3-0 decision on Nov. 8.

“It’s great to see two Quebec teams in the final. Laval is a very good team, they’re well coached. It will be an outstanding final,” added Simon.  

Both the national final and the bronze-medal game between Trinity Western and Toronto (Sunday, 1 p.m. PT) will be webcast live by SSN Canada (www.ssncanada.ca or www.cis-sic.ca).

SCORING SUMMARY

McG: 0-1-0-0:2 (5-4 tirs de barrage)
TWU: 1-0-0-0:1
 
First half
1. TWU, Rhys Volkenant (1) (Jason Wiens), 28th
 
Second half
2. McGill, Gareth Pugh (1) (Sami Obaid), 65th

Overtime (2 x 15 minutes)
No scoring
 
Penalty kicks
McGill, Sami Obaid, goal
TWU, Shawn Parkes, goal
McGill, Graeme Tingey, goal
TWU, Jake Jorgensen, goal
McGill, Peter Valente, goal
TWU, Paul Hamilton, goal
McGill, Tom Lucas, goal
TWU, Rhys Volkenant, goal
McGill, Louis Fouquet, goal
TWU, Ioannis Tsoulouhas, missed

Goalkeeperss:
McG: Jean-Lou Gosselin (W, 1 GA, 7 saves, 120:00 mins)
TWU: Andrew Fink (L, 1 GA, 2 saves, 90:00 mins), Andrew Kowan (0 GA, 0 saves, 30 min.)

Shots: McGill 10, TWU 16
Shots on goal: McGill 3, McMaster 9
Corners: McGill 7, McMaster 6
Offsides: McGill 0, McMaster 0
Fouls: McGill 16, McMaster 19
Yellow Cards: McGill (4) (Alex Damianou 37th, Axel Dovi 45th,  Michael Stein 82nd, Michael Stein, 90th) TWU (3) (Rhys Volkenant 16th, Paul Hamilton 60th, Shawn Parkes 88th)
Red Cards: McGill (1) Michael Stein, 90th)

Players of the game:
McG: Graeme Tingey
TWU: Jordan Whitehead

CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE & RESULTS (all times PACIFIC TIME)

Thursday, Nov. 12
Quarter-final 1: Laval 3, UPEI 1
Quarter-final 2: Toronto 2, Victoria 1
Quarter-final 3: McGill 1, McMaster 0 (10-9 PK)
Quarter-final 4: Trinity Western 2, Cape Breton 0

Friday, Nov. 13
Consolation 1: Victoria 6, UPEI 2
Consolation 2: Cape Breton 4, McMaster 1
Semifinal 1: Laval 3, Toronto 0
Semifinal 2: McGill 2, Trinity Western 1 (5-4 PK)

Saturday, Nov. 14
13:00 Consolation final (5th-place match): Victoria vs. Cape Breton

Sunday, Nov. 15
13:00 Bronze medal: Toronto vs. Trinity Western (SSN Canada webcast)
15:30 Championship final: Laval vs. McGill (SSN Canada webcast)

- CIS -

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For more information please contact:

Scott Stewart
Sports Information Director
Trinity Western University
Ph: (604) 513-2123
Cell: (604) 764-1533
ssstew@twu.ca

Michel Bélanger        
Manager, Communications & Media Relations
Canadian Interuniversity Sport
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Cell: (613) 447-6334
Fax: (613) 562-5669
belanger@universitysport.ca
www.cis-sic.ca

Play-by-Play

Play-by-Play

MCGILL Period: 1Trinity Western
Jean-Lou Gosselin at goalie for MCGILL.00:00
00:00Andrew Fink at goalie for Trinity Western.
03:22Shot by TWU Nathan Pogue WIDE.
04:33Offside against Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on MCGILL.
14:42
15:34Yellow card on TWU Rhys Volkenant.
Foul on MCGILL.
18:42
Shot by MCGILL Ryan Lauzon BLOCKED.19:06
Shot by MCGILL Gareth Pugh WIDE.19:39
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on MCGILL.
23:59Shot by TWU Jake Jorgensen, SAVE Jean-Lou Gosselin.
26:29
26:38Shot by TWU Paul Hamilton, SAVE TEAM.
29:06Shot by TWU Jason Wiens, SAVE Jean-Lou Gosselin.
27:31GOAL by TWU Rhys Volkenant (FIRST GOAL), Assist by Jason Wiens.
29:59TWU substitution: David Rowse for Nathan Pogue.
Foul on MCGILL.
30:36Shot by TWU Jason Wiens WIDE.
32:41TWU substitution: Shawn Parkes for Jason Wiens.
Shot by MCGILL Tom Lucas WIDE.34:47
Foul on MCGILL.
Yellow card on MCGILL Alex Damianou.36:52
38:22
40:10Offside against Trinity Western.
Foul on MCGILL.
45:00Shot by TWU Jordan Whitehead BLOCKED.
45:00
Yellow card on MCGILL Axel Dovi.45:00
45:00Shot by TWU Liam McAllister HIGH.
-END-45:00-END-
MCGILL Period: 2Trinity Western
45:00
MCGILL substitution: Sami Obaid for Yohann Capolungo.45:00
45:00TWU substitution: Garrett Traversy for David Rowse.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Offside against MCGILL.48:17
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Shot by MCGILL Axel Dovi WIDE.52:35
53:15Offside against Trinity Western.
56:42
Foul on MCGILL.
59:13Yellow card on TWU Paul Hamilton.
59:57Shot by TWU Jordan Whitehead, SAVE Jean-Lou Gosselin.
MCGILL substitution: Alex Damianou for Yohann Capolungo.60:44
Foul on Trinity Western.
GOAL by MCGILL Gareth Pugh, Assist by Sami Obaid.64:22
10 chipped off of free kick 7 shot RS10 chipped off of free kick 7 shot RS
Foul on MCGILL.
MCGILL substitution: Jeremy Hurdle for Cory Marcon.68:42
68:57Header Shot by TWU Shawn Parkes, SAVE Jean-Lou Gosselin.
Shot by MCGILL Axel Dovi, SAVE Andrew Fink.69:53
Offside against MCGILL.69:22
Header Shot by MCGILL Jeremy Hurdle, SAVE Andrew Fink.70:10
70:47Shot by TWU Garrett Traversy WIDE.
Shot by MCGILL Ryan Lauzon WIDE.71:29
Foul on Trinity Western.
MCGILL substitution: Eugene Graske for Michael Stein.72:45
Foul on MCGILL.
74:25TWU substitution: David Rowse for Nathan Pogue.
75:13Offside against Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Yellow card on MCGILL Michael Stein.81:17
81:22TWU substitution: Daniel Lowen for Garrett Traversy.
Foul on MCGILL.
83:14Shot by TWU Paul Hamilton HIGH.
83:48Shot by TWU Nathan Pogue, SAVE Jean-Lou Gosselin.
86:04
87:29Yellow card on TWU Shawn Parkes.
89:56
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on MCGILL.
Yellow card on MCGILL Michael Stein.90:00
Red card on MCGILL Michael Stein.90:00
90:00TWU substitution: Andrew Kowan for Andrew Fink.
90:00Andrew Kowan at goalie for Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
-END-90:00-END-
MCGILL Period: 3Trinity Western
90:00
MCGILL substitution: Peter Valente for Gareth Pugh.90:00
MCGILL substitution: Cory Marcon for Jeremy Hurdle.90:00
90:00TWU substitution: Nathan Square-Briggs for Ioannis Tsoulouhas.
90:00TWU substitution: Brayden Volkenant for Shawn Parkes.
90:00TWU substitution: David Rowse for Nathan Pogue.
Foul on MCGILL.
Foul on MCGILL.
94:47Header Shot by TWU Nathan Pogue WIDE.
Corner kick by MCGILL Sami Obaid.
100:43
Foul on Trinity Western.
104:15
Shot by MCGILL Yohann Capolungo BLOCKED.104:35
104:53
Foul on MCGILL.
105:00Shot by TWU Daniel Lowen, SAVE Jean-Lou Gosselin.
105:00
MCGILL substitution: Eugene Graske for Peter Valente.105:00
MCGILL substitution: Alex Damianou for Cory Marcon.105:00
105:00TWU substitution: Shawn Parkes for Brayden Volkenant.
105:00TWU substitution: Ioannis Tsoulouhas for David Rowse.
-END-105:00TWU substitution: Nathan Pogue for Daniel Lowen.-END-
MCGILL Period: 4Trinity Western
105:00
Foul on MCGILL.
MCGILL substitution: Louis Fouquet for Yohann Capolungo.106:58
108:52
Shot by MCGILL Eugene Graske WIDE.110:43
Foul on Trinity Western.
MCGILL substitution: Peter Valente for Eugene Graske.113:53
115:22Shot by TWU Nathan Pogue, SAVE Jean-Lou Gosselin.
Foul on Trinity Western.
116:52TWU substitution: Nathan Square-Briggs for Daniel Lowen.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on MCGILL.
-END-120:00-END-
MCGILL Period: 5Trinity Western
120:00
Shootout attempt by MCGILL Sami Obaid MADE [Andrew Kowan].
Shootout attempt by TWU Shawn Parkes MADE [Jean-Lou Gosselin].
Shootout attempt by MCGILL Graeme Tingey MADE [Andrew Kowan].
Shootout attempt by TWU Jake Jorgensen MADE [Jean-Lou Gosselin].
Shootout attempt by MCGILL Peter Valente MADE [Andrew Kowan].
Shootout attempt by TWU Paul Hamilton MADE [Jean-Lou Gosselin].
Shootout attempt by MCGILL Tom Lucas MADE [Andrew Kowan].
Shootout attempt by TWU Rhys Volkenant MADE [Jean-Lou Gosselin].
MCGILL Louis Fouquet Shootout GOAL off Andrew Kowan.
Shootout attempt by TWU Ioannis Tsoulouhas MISSED [Jean-Lou Gosselin].
-END-135:00-END-

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