Box Score

Scheduled Game: @Simon Fraser

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GAME RESULTS12T
Trinity Western224« FINAL
Simon Fraser000

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Game Date: 8/22/2009Location: Burnaby, B.C.
Game Time: 2:00 pmAttendance: 104
Trinity WesternSimon Fraser
Goals
Goal Scorer(s)Nikki Wright (19) - 7:24
Daniela Gerig (5) - 29:24
Daniela Gerig (5) - 61:23
Nikki Byrne (2) - 86:27
Attack
Total Goals Scored40
Penalty Goals00
Shots On Target82
Total Shots104
Corner Kicks61
Defence
Saves24
Penalties Conceded00
Discipline
Red Cards00
Yellow Cards00
Offside02
Other Fouls98
Trinity Western
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22Veronika Rogina (GK)90020,2
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2Nikki Byrne*740/01/11
4Jilian Dietrich450/00/00
5Daniela Gerig*650/03/32
8Colleen Webber620/00/00
10Melissa Mobilio450/00/00
14Meghan McKinnon300/00/00
15Rebecca Ferguson370/01/10
16Kristen Santema900/01/10
19Nikki Wright*240/01/11
25Katie Wigston730/00/00
Substitutions
6Carla Breadon600/00/00
11Jessica Filion450/00/00
13Kayla Ungaro280/00/00
17Caitlin Haines660/01/00
18Heather Stevenson330/01/00
21Marissa Ratzlaff390/01/10
24Alexi Foster450/00/00
26Claire Pedersen150/00/00
28Karina Whitmarsh250/00/00
Simon Fraser
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00Cassie Newbrook (GK)60232,1
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2Caitlyn Young740/01/10
4Stephanie Pagliaro900/00/00
5Alanna Foster900/01/10
6Jessica Fleming900/00/00
7April Coffin900/00/00
10Sarah Boulton170/00/00
12Ari Adams850/01/00
13Catlin Carruthers900/00/00
16Aly Benes900/01/00
18Lauren Lachlan900/00/00
Substitutions
1Lesley McDonnell300/00/00
9Marti Dumas410/00/00
14Natalie Fabbro210/00/00
15Anna Brancati320/00/00

Game Recap

Game Recap

Women’s Soccer (Preseason)
Saturday, August 22, 2009
TWU Spartans (4) at the Simon Fraser University Clan (0)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SPARTANS BLANK CLAN

BURNABY, B.C
. – Two goals by Spartans’ forward Daniella Gerig (Fort Langley, B.C.) propelled the Trinity Western University women’s soccer team to a 4-0 victory over Simon Fraser University to spoil the Clan’s (NAIA) home opener Saturday afternoon at Terry Fox Field in Burnaby, B.C..

 “It was a very good win for our program,” commented TWU head coach Graham Roxburgh. “And it was nice to get playing time for everyone.”

TWU’s first scoring opportunity came in the opening five minutes. Off a well placed free kick just outside the 18-yard box, Clan keeper Cassie Newbrook (New Westminster, B.C.) robbed Spartans midfielder Kristen Santema (Coquitlam, B.C.) to keep the scoresheet blank. The tie however was short lived after 2008 Canada West player of the year Nikki Wright (Cloverdale, B.C.) stole an errant pass, and fired a quick shot to the far side of the net. Newbrook was able to get a hand on it; however the ball connected with the inside of the left post and gave Trinity Western a 1-0 lead in the eighth minute.
 
The Spartans extended their advantage in the 30th minute, when Gerig got her first of the afternoon by heading a Rebecca Ferguson (Calgary) corner kick off the crossbar and passed the goal line to hold a 2-0 advantage at the half.  
 
Trinity Western iced the game in the 62nd minute when Gerig got her second when she undressed both a Clan defender and backup keeper Lesley McDonell (Langley, B.C.), firing a shot just under the cross bar to put the Spartans up 3-0. Nikki Byrne (Langley, B.C.) added the final nail in the 87th minute, driving up the left side, and making one move to her right to beat McDonell with a strike just inside the 18-yard box.

 “I was pleased with the play of Daniel Gerig with her two goals she was well rewarded for her hard work,” added Roxburgh.

Veronika Rogina (Langley, B.C.) earned the victory in goal for the Spartans, making two saves to earn the shutout. Newbrook was dealt the loss for the Clan, allowing two goals and was forced to leave the game moments into the second half following a collision. TWU outshot SFU 10-to-4, and led in corner kicks 6-to-1.
 
The Clan are back in action on Aug. 30, when they host Chico State (10:30 am – Fox Field).

The Spartans will now head on the road to California for a three match swing against Hope International on Aug. 25, Westmont College on Aug. 27 and University of the Redlands on Aug. 30.

Trinity Western opens their Canada West conference play with three straight road games. They play Saskatchewan on Sept. 12, Alberta on Sept. 13 and British Columbia on Sept. 19. TWU’s home opener will be on Sept. 26 against British Columbia.

Since entering the CIS in 2002 the Spartans women's soccer program has rapidly become one of the premier programs in the CIS. They have won two national championships, in 2008 and 2004, and two Canada West championships, in 2006 and 2004, and have been in the national championship three of the last five years where they have accumulated a 7-1-1 record.

About TWU:
Trinity Western University, located in Langley, B.C., is a not-for-profit Christian liberal arts university enrolling over 4,000 students this year. With a broad based, liberal arts and sciences curriculum, the University offers undergraduate degrees in 41 major areas of study ranging from business, education and computer science to biology and nursing, and 17 other graduate degrees including counselling psychology, theology and administrative leadership. For more information, visit TWU's Official Athletics site at gospartans.ca.

About Canadian Interuniversity Sport:
Canadian Interuniversity Sport is the national governing body of university sport in Canada. Fifty-two universities, 10,000 student-athletes and 550 coaches vie for 21 national championships in 12 different sports. The CIS also provides high performance international opportunities for Canadian student-athletes at Winter and Summer Universiades, and 32 World University Championships. For further information, visit www.universitysport.ca.

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 Manitoba to B.C., 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 events such as the Olympics or Universiade Games."

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Play-by-Play

Play-by-Play

Trinity Western Period: 1Simon Fraser
Veronika Rogina at goalie for TWUW.00:00
00:00Cassie Newbrook at goalie for Simon Fraser.
Corner kick by TWUW Rebecca Ferguson.01:24
Foul on Simon Fraser.
Foul on Simon Fraser.
Shot by TWUW Kristen Santema, SAVE Cassie Newbrook.05:24
Shot by TWUW Rebecca Ferguson, SAVE Cassie Newbrook.06:59
GOAL by TWUW Nikki Wright (FIRST GOAL), goal number 1 for season.07:24
*off stolen pass
Corner kick by TWUW Rebecca Ferguson.07:51
Corner kick by TWUW Rebecca Ferguson.08:47
Foul on TWUW.
Foul on TWUW.
Foul on Simon Fraser.
17:18SFUW substitution: Marti Dumas for Sarah Boulton.
Foul on Simon Fraser.
20:58Shot by SFUW Aly Benes BLOCKED.
Foul on TWUW.
[23:50] TWUW substitution: Caitlin Haines for Nikki Wright.23:50
Corner kick by TWUW Rebecca Ferguson.24:04
Header GOAL by TWUW Daniela Gerig, Assist by Rebecca Ferguson, goal number 1 for season.29:24
*off corner, headed off crossbar
TWUW substitution: Carla Breadon for Meghan McKinnon.30:28
31:16Offside against Simon Fraser.
Foul on TWUW.
Foul on TWUW.
TWUW substitution: Marissa Ratzlaff for Rebecca Ferguson.36:52
Foul on TWUW.
42:22Offside against Simon Fraser.
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Trinity Western Period: 2Simon Fraser
45:00
45:19Shot by SFUW Caitlyn Young, SAVE Veronika Rogina.
For TWUW: #2 Nikki Byrne, #5 Daniela Gerig, #6 Carla Breadon, #8 Colleen Webber, #11 Jessica Filion, #16 Kristen Santema, #17 Caitlin Haines, #21 Marissa Ratzlaff, #22 Veronika Rogina, #24 Alexi Foster, #25 Katie Wigston.45:19
Veronika Rogina at goalie for TWUW.47:26
Shot by TWUW Daniela Gerig, SAVE Cassie Newbrook.52:58
TWUW substitution: Heather Stevenson for Nikki Byrne.57:16
58:06SFUW substitution: Anna Brancati for Marti Dumas.
60:02SFUW substitution: Lesley McDonnell for Cassie Newbrook.
60:02Lesley McDonnell at goalie for Simon Fraser.
GOAL by TWUW Daniela Gerig, Assist by Jessica Filion, goal number 2 for season.61:23
*undressed defence
TWUW substitution: Kayla Ungaro for Colleen Webber.62:16
Shot by TWUW Marissa Ratzlaff, SAVE Lesley McDonnell.63:40
TWUW substitution: Karina Whitmarsh for Daniela Gerig.64:51
Foul on Simon Fraser.
Foul on Simon Fraser.
68:55SFUW substitution: Natalie Fabbro for Caitlyn Young.
70:28Corner kick by SFUW Stephanie Pagliaro.
Foul on Simon Fraser.
TWUW substitution: Nikki Byrne for Katie Wigston.73:09
Shot by TWUW Heather Stevenson HIGH.74:19
TWUW substitution: Claire Pedersen for Marissa Ratzlaff.75:25
Foul on TWUW.
Foul on Simon Fraser.
80:10Shot by SFUW Ari Adams WIDE.
Foul on TWUW.
Corner kick by TWUW Caitlin Haines.82:08
Corner kick by TWUW Caitlin Haines.82:38
Shot by TWUW Caitlin Haines HIT POST.83:17
85:16SFUW substitution: Caitlyn Young for Ari Adams.
GOAL by TWUW Nikki Byrne, Assist by Caitlin Haines, goal number 1 for season.86:27
*left side
Foul on TWUW.
90:00Shot by SFUW Alanna Foster, SAVE Veronika Rogina.
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