Box Score

Scheduled Game: SASKATCHEWAN*

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GAME RESULTS12T
Saskatchewan000
Trinity Western303« FINAL

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Game Date: 10/24/2009Location: Langley, BC
Game Time: 5:00Attendance: 136
Referee: Korina Bose, Asst. Referee: Alan Tang, Ivan-Hikita Jecanski, Alt. Official: Sasha Jexcanski, Timekeeper: Lindsay Marriott, Scorer: Lindsay Marriott
SaskatchewanTrinity Western
Goals
Goal Scorer(s)Nikki Wright (19) - 1:18
Nikki Wright (19) - 14:27
Alicia Tesan (7) - 35:17
Attack
Total Goals Scored03
Penalty Goals00
Shots On Target114
Total Shots519
Corner Kicks49
Defence
Saves111
Penalties Conceded00
Discipline
Red Cards00
Yellow Cards00
Offside22
Other Fouls410
Saskatchewan
#NAMEMINGASSPP
1Marissa Wilford (GK)903116,5
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
9Daniela Fuenzalida900/01/00
11Tianda Dranchuk900/00/00
21Leanne Mylymok900/00/00
6Jamie LeMay900/00/00
8McKenzie Hodgins780/00/00
15Elizabeth Hudon900/03/00
4Andrea Guebert900/00/00
5Courtney Laverty900/00/00
13Chantal St. Amand900/00/00
17Sarah Laverty900/00/00
Substitutions
10Andrea Cessna120/00/00
Trinity Western
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22Veronika Rogina (GK)90010,1
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
9Natalie Boyd900/02/20
10Melissa Mobilio670/02/10
12Tessa Meyer450/00/00
15Rebecca Ferguson750/00/00
7Alicia Tesan*900/03/11
19Nikki Wright*450/07/52
2Nikki Byrne820/00/00
8Colleen Webber900/00/00
16Kristen Santema900/00/00
25Katie Wigston450/00/00
Substitutions
5Daniela Gerig600/03/30
6Carla Breadon450/00/00
17Caitlin Haines230/01/10
18Heather Stevenson80/00/00
24Alexi Foster450/01/10

Game Recap

Game Recap

WOMEN’S SOCCER (CANADA WEST)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2009
NO. 2 TWU SPARTANS (3) VS THE UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (0)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SPARTANS JUMP OUT EARLY AND OFTEN
-set program record for consecutive shutouts with five

LANGLEY, British Columbia
– Trinity Western forward Nikki Wright (Cloverdale, B.C.) picked up where she left off Friday night. The second year forward scored two more goals to lead the No. 2 Spartans to a 3-0 victory over the visiting University of Saskatchewan Huskies Saturday night at TWU’s Langley, B.C. campus. The win moves the Spartans to 11-1-0, while the loss drops the Huskies to 4-7-1.

The Spartans dominated the early going and controlled the play for much of the match as TWU outshot Saskatchewan 19-5. The Spartans have now won five straight in which Wright has scored seven goals. She leads Canada West with five game winning goals.

Wright got going early as she put the Spartans on the score sheet just over a minute into the contest. Natalie Boyd (Surrey, B.C.) found Wright alone in the middle of the Saskatchewan box. Wright received the pass took a touch and hammered the ball past Saskatchewan keeper Marissa Wilford (Winnipeg) to put TWU up 1-0.

The speedy forward got her second of the match and her ninth of the season 13 minutes later. Natalie Boyd once again set up the goal, this time on a corner. Boyd’s corner kick got past a number of Huskies’ defenders to find Wright on the far side of the six yard box. Wright slotted the cross neatly into the left side of the net to put TWU up 2-0 in the 15th minute.

 Alicia Tesan (Vancouver) made it a three goal margin in the 36th minute. Tessa Meyer (Kelowna, B.C.) and Daniela Gerig (Fort Langley, B.C.) set up Tesan’s seventh goal of the season. They moved the ball around the park to eventually find Tesan alone in the middle of the Saskatchewan box. With plenty of time to take her shot, Tesan easily scored the Spartans third of the night.

The score could have been more lopsided in favour of the Spartans if not for the fine tending by Saskatchewan’s Wilford. The rookie keeper made 11 stops to keep her team in the contest.

TWU keeper Veronika Rogina (Langley, B.C.) made one save, but managed her penalty area effectively to prevent Saskatchewan from getting any quality chances.

Match Notes: The 11 wins gives TWU 33 points on the season which betters the programs previous best of 30 points which they set in 2008 and 2004 with 9-2-3 records… TWU has run their scoreless record to over five matches for a total of 471 minutes. The last goal that they gave up was in the 69th minute of their 2-1 loss to Victoria on Oct. 9… The program record for consecutive shutouts was four and the school record for consecutive scoreless minutes is 529, both were set in the 2003 season…TWU defeated Saskatchewan 3-2 on Sept 12 earlier this year in Saskatoon…

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Play-by-Play

Play-by-Play

Saskatchewan Period: 1Trinity Western
Marissa Wilford at goalie for Saskatchewan.00:00
00:00Veronika Rogina at goalie for Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
01:18GOAL by TWUW Nikki Wright (FIRST GOAL), Assist by Natalie Boyd, goal number 8 for season.
*pass from 9 to 19center of box RS
03:30Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright WIDE.
05:02Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
Foul on Trinity Western.
10:57Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
11:38
14:22
14:27GOAL by TWUW Nikki Wright, Assist by Natalie Boyd.
*from 9 on courner in by 19
16:37Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
17:34
18:04Shot by TWUW Natalie Boyd, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
19:15Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright WIDE.
19:40Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
20:19
22:06
Shot by SASK Daniela Fuenzalida WIDE.22:42
Foul on Trinity Western.
Shot by SASK Elizabeth Hudon WIDE.24:00
25:00
25:17
25:47Shot by TWUW Natalie Boyd, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Corner kick by TWUW.
28:36
30:23TWUW substitution: Daniela Gerig for Rebecca Ferguson.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
35:17GOAL by TWUW Alicia Tesan, Assist by Tessa Meyer and Daniela Gerig.
*pass from 12 top of box
Foul on Trinity Western.
38:15Shot by TWUW Alicia Tesan WIDE.
40:18
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Saskatchewan Period: 2Trinity Western
45:00
45:00TWUW substitution: Rebecca Ferguson for Nikki Wright.
45:00TWUW substitution: Carla Breadon for Katie Wigston.
45:00TWUW substitution: Alexi Foster for Tessa Meyer.
45:34Shot by TWUW Daniela Gerig, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
Offside against Trinity Western.
47:58
52:11Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio WIDE.
52:53Shot by TWUW Daniela Gerig, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
56:04Shot by TWUW Alexi Foster, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
Shot by SASK Elizabeth Hudon WIDE.56:29
58:42
Shot by SASK Elizabeth Hudon WIDE.58:57
Foul on Trinity Western.
Offside against Saskatchewan.63:52
Foul on Trinity Western.
66:07Shot by TWUW Alicia Tesan BLOCKED.
Foul on Trinity Western.
67:26TWUW substitution: Caitlin Haines for Melissa Mobilio.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Saskatchewan.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Shot by SASK Lindsay Manz, SAVE Veronika Rogina.71:05
72:11TWUW substitution: Colleen Webber for Katie Wigston.
73:53
SASK substitution: Tianda Dranchuk for Mandy Cooper.74:09
75:57Offside against Trinity Western.
Foul on Trinity Western.
SASK substitution: Andrea Cessna for McKenzie Hodgins.77:56
80:48Shot by TWUW Daniela Gerig, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
82:02TWUW substitution: Heather Stevenson for Nikki Byrne.
Offside against Saskatchewan.83:43
Foul on Saskatchewan.
88:47Shot by TWUW Caitlin Haines, SAVE Marissa Wilford.
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