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Scheduled Game: Brock CIS CHAMPIONSHIP @ TWU

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GAME RESULTS12T
Brock000
Trinity Western101« FINAL

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Game Date: 11/9/2008Location: Langley, BC
Game Time: 3:30 pmAttendance: 950
Referee: Darci Kruse, Asst. Referee: Suzanne Morriset, Shauna Poirier, Alt. Official: Christine Hoff, Timekeeper: Scott Stewart, Scorer: Scott Stewart
BrockTrinity Western
Goals
Goal Scorer(s)Kayla Dilling (16) - 40:25
Attack
Total Goals Scored01
Penalty Goals00
Shots On Target49
Total Shots722
Corner Kicks44
Defence
Saves84
Penalties Conceded00
Discipline
Red Cards00
Yellow Cards00
Offside00
Other Fouls1111
Brock
#NAMEMINGASSPP
0Tiffany Scriver (GK)90182,6
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
2Stephanie DiMartino900/00/00
3Cassandre Van Bakel900/00/00
4Carrie Kalata900/00/00
5Brittany Vanderkruk900/00/00
7Dayna Haig220/00/00
10Sloane George900/01/10
13Jill Geier900/03/20
14Ali Bettger830/00/00
17Ali Gartley770/02/00
19Lisa D'Aguanno170/00/00
Substitutions
8Rachael Hood70/01/10
9Laura Tirone680/00/00
12Stephanie White130/00/00
15Deanna Fidler730/00/00
Trinity Western
#NAMEMINGASSPP
1Kristen Funk (GK)90041,3
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
3Kaleigh Henry810/02/00
4Jilian Dietrich900/00/00
5Daniela Gerig900/00/00
10Melissa Mobilio900/07/40
14Meghan McKinnon900/01/10
15Rebecca Ferguson900/02/00
16Kayla Dilling*900/02/21
17Dana DuMerton900/00/00
19Nikki Wright900/06/20
25Katie Wigston900/00/00
Substitutions
27Brianna Roth110/00/00

Game Recap

Game Recap

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

GOLD MEDAL: 2008 CIS women's soccer championship
SPARTANS WIN SECOND NATIONAL TITLE WITH 1-0 WIN OVER BADGERS

Nov. 9, 2008

LANGLEY, British Columbia (CIS) -Kayla Dilling (Winnipeg) scored the lone goal in the 41st minute to give the Trinity Western University Spartans a 1-0 victory over Brock University to claim their second CIS national title Sunday afternoon at the CIS women's soccer championships at Trinity Western University in Langley, B.C.

Championship website: www.cisport.ca/e/championships/w_soccer/2008

"I'm so proud of our players. They are a young group and they have matured very quickly over this year. We knew going into the final that even though others were saying it would be an easy game for us, we knew it wouldn't be," said TWU head coach Graham Roxburgh. "Brock has beaten a number of good teams just to get to this game and we knew that they were capable of winning, especially when we were coming off of a long emotional win last night against Victoria."

The lone goal came off of a TWU corner kick in the 41st minute. TWU midfielder Rebecca Ferguson sent a perfect curling ball to the near post. Dilling went high in the air and beat Brook keeper Tiffany Scriver (Burlington, Ont.) to the ball to give the Spartans the eventual game winning goal.

"I'm so proud of Kayla. She was playing hurt. She was unbelievable all weekend," said Roxburgh.

The Spartans carried most of the play throughout the match, out shooting the Badgers 22-7.

Both keepers made spectacular saves at critical times to keep the match close. TWU's Kristen Funk (Calgary) made quality diving stops on Brock forward to maintain the Spartans lead, while Scriver kept the Badgers in the game on a number of occasions.

"Kristen has been unbelievable all year and she made some key saves to keep us in the game," commented Roxburgh on his first year keeper.

The Canada West finalist Spartans were ranked No. 6 coming into the tournament and made it to the gold medal match after a thrilling 1-0 (6-5 PK) win over the No. 4 University of Victoria in Saturday's second semi-final. TWU opened the tournament with a strong 3-0 win over Wilfrid Laurier Thursday night. The Brock Badgers qualified for the championship as the third team out of the OUA. They made it to the championship match after beating defending champions Cape Breton 2-1 in their opening match and then beating No. 1 University of Montreal 2-0 in the first semi-final.

TWU keeper Funk made four saves in the win, while Brock's Scriver made eight saves in the loss.

It is the Badgers first appearance at the CIS championship, and their first every championship medal.

It is the Spartans third appearance at the CIS championship and their second CIS title. They previously finished fifth in 2006 and won the school's first ever national title in 2004.

The match was broadcasted live on SSN.

SCORING SUMMARY

BROCK: 0-0:
TWU: 1-0:

First Half:
1. TWU, Kayla Dilling (Rebecca Ferguson), 41st

Second Half:
No scoring

Goalkeepers:
BROCK: Tiffany Scriver (L, 1 GA, 8 saves, 90 mins)
TWU: Kristen Funk (4, 0 GA, saves, 90 mins)

Shots: BROCK 7, TWU 7
Shots on Net: BROCK 4, TWU 9
Corners: BROCK 4, TWU 4
Offsides: BROCK 0, TWU 0
Fouls: BROCK 11, TWU 11
Yellow Cards: None

Players of the game:
BROCK: Tiffany Scriver
TWU: Kayla Dilling

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM:

MVP: Daniela Gerig, TWU

R.W. Pugh Fair Play Award: Montreal Carabins

Goalkeeper, Tiffany Scriver, Brock
Defender, Holly Fiddick, Victoria
Defender, Emilie Mercier, Montreal
Defender, Stephanie DiMartino, Brock
Defender, Kayla Dilling, TWU
Midfielder, Veronique Maranda, Montreal
Midfielder, Rebecca Ferguson, TWU
Midfielder, Dana DuMerton, TWU
Forward, Daniela Gerig, TWU
Forward, Nikki Wright, TWU
Forward, Cassandra Van Bakel, Brock

PARTICIPATING TEAMS

AUS champions: Cape Breton Capers (10-0-3 regular season, 2-0 playoffs, 0-2 CIS)
QSSF champions: Montreal Carabins (13-1-0 regular season, 2-0 playoffs, 2-1 CIS)
OUA champions: Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks (8-1-5 regular season, 4-0 playoffs, 2-1 CIS)
Canada West champions: Victoria Vikes (10-3-1 regular season, 2-0 playoffs, 1-2 CIS)
AUS finalists: Dalhousie Tigers (6-4-3 regular season, 2-1 playoffs, 0-2 CIS)
OUA finalists: Ottawa Gee-Gees (9-2-3 regular season, 2-1 playoffs, 1-2 CIS)
Canada West finalists: Trinity Western Spartans (9-2-3 regular season, 1-1 playoffs, 2-0 CIS)
OUA bronze medalists: Brock Badgers (7-3-4 regular season, 3-1 playoffs, 2-0 CIS)

CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE (all times LOCAL / Pacific Time)

Thursday, Nov. 6
11:00 Quarter-final #1: Cape Breton 1 vs. Brock 2
13:30 Quarter-final #2: Montreal 1 vs. Ottawa 0
15:30 Quarter-final #3: Victoria 4 vs. Dalhousie 0
18:30 Quarter-final #4: Laurier 0 vs. Trinity Western 3

Friday, Nov. 7
11:00 Consolation #1: Cape Breton 0 vs. Ottawa 1
13:00 Consolation #2: Dalhousie 1 vs. Laurier 2

Saturday, Nov. 8
13:00 Semi-final #1: Brock 2 vs. Montreal 0
15:30 Semi-final #2: Victoria 0 vs. Trinity Western 1 PK (6-5)
18:30 Fifth place game: Ottawa 0 vs. Laurier 1

Sunday, Nov. 9
13:00 Bronze medal: Montreal 2 vs. Victoria 0
15:30 Championship final: Brock 0 vs. Trinity Western 1

- CIS -

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
Communications manager
Canadian Interuniversity Sport
Ph: (613) 562-5670 ext. 25
Cell: (613) 447-6334
belanger@universitysport.ca
www.universitysport.ca

 

Play-by-Play

Play-by-Play

Brock Period: 1Trinity Western
Tiffany Scriver at goalie for Brock.00:00
00:00Kristen Funk at goalie for Trinity Western.
Foul on Brock.
02:53
05:00Shot by TWUW Rebecca Ferguson HIGH.
06:42Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright WIDE.
10:34Shot by TWUW Kaleigh Henry BLOCKED.
Foul on Brock.
13:02Shot by TWUW Meghan McKinnon, SAVE Tiffany Scriver.
13:35
Foul on Brock.
BROCK substitution: Deanna Fidler for Lisa D'Aguanno.16:35
19:52Shot by TWUW Kaleigh Henry HIGH.
22:18Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright HIGH.
BROCK substitution: Laura Tirone for Dayna Haig.22:22
24:22
Foul on Trinity Western.
28:12Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio, SAVE Tiffany Scriver.
Shot by BROCK Jill Geier BLOCKED.29:30
Shot by BROCK Ali Gartley BLOCKED.29:47
Shot by BROCK Ali Gartley WIDE.31:50
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Shot by BROCK Sloane George, SAVE Kristen Funk.33:02
34:47Shot by TWUW Tessa Meyer WIDE.
36:12TWUW substitution: Rebecca Ferguson for Kaleigh Henry.
Foul on Brock.
38:06Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio HIGH.
38:49
40:25GOAL by TWUW Kayla Dilling (FIRST GOAL), Assist by Rebecca Ferguson.
15 corner kick off of 16 head top left15 corner kick off of 16 head top left
41:57Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio HIGH.
43:11Shot by TWUW Rebecca Ferguson BLOCKED.
Foul on Trinity Western.
-END-45:00-END-
Brock Period: 2Trinity Western
45:00
45:00TWUW substitution: Brianna Roth for Tessa Meyer.
45:00TWUW substitution: Kaleigh Henry for Tessa Meyer.
46:05
Shot by BROCK Jill Geier, SAVE Kristen Funk.46:13
diving save on point blank shotdiving save on point blank shot
Shot by BROCK Jill Geier, SAVE Kristen Funk.50:17
Foul on Trinity Western.
51:28
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
BROCK substitution: Stephanie White for Ali Gartley.54:36
56:13TWUW substitution: Melissa Mobilio for Brianna Roth.
57:42Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio, SAVE Tiffany Scriver.
57:49
Foul on Brock.
Foul on Brock.
Foul on Brock.
Foul on Trinity Western.
BROCK substitution: Ali Gartley for Stephanie White.67:14
70:29Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio, SAVE Tiffany Scriver.
Foul on Brock.
71:01Shot by TWUW Kayla Dilling, SAVE Tiffany Scriver.
Foul on Brock.
72:21Shot by TWUW Jessica Filion BLOCKED.
72:34Header Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright, SAVE Tiffany Scriver.
72:54Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio HIGH.
74:34Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright, SAVE Tiffany Scriver.
Foul on Brock.
79:11Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio, SAVE Tiffany Scriver.
80:00
Foul on Trinity Western.
81:59Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright BLOCKED.
BROCK substitution: Rachael Hood for Ali Bettger.82:36
Foul on Brock.
85:01Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright WIDE.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Shot by BROCK Rachael Hood, SAVE Kristen Funk.89:53
-END-90:00-END-

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