Box Score

Scheduled Game: @Saskatchewan*


Trinity Western112« FINAL


Game Date: 9/25/2011Location: Saskatoon, SK
Game Time: 12:30pmAttendance: 100
Referee: Braden Husdal, Asst. Referee: Chantal Boudreau, Lauren Shyluk, Alt. Official: Christine Hoff, Timekeeper: UofS Sports Info, Scorer: UofS Sprts Info
Trinity WesternSaskatchewan
Goal Scorer(s)Melissa Mobilio (10) - 31:51
Sarah-Kim Bergeron (15) - 67:45
Total Goals Scored20
Penalty Goals00
Shots On Target81
Total Shots133
Corner Kicks81
Penalties Conceded00
Red Cards00
Yellow Cards00
Other Fouls94
Trinity Western
1Kristen Funk (GK)90010,1
6Jenna Di Nunzio600/01/10
7Alicia Tesan560/00/00
9Natalie Boyd500/01/10
10Melissa Mobilio*740/03/21
5Daniela Gerig640/01/10
19Nikki Wright280/01/00
2Nikki Byrne900/00/00
4Jilian Dietrich900/00/00
8Colleen Webber900/02/10
21Jennifer Castillo900/00/00
11Jessica King160/00/00
12Tessa Meyer460/01/00
13Vanessa Kovacs400/01/00
15Sarah-Kim Bergeron*560/02/21
17Caitlin Haines340/00/00
24Alexi Foster160/00/00
1Marissa Wilford (GK)90264,2
6Gillian Pinder600/00/00
9Daniela Fuenzalida900/00/00
19Brooklyn Leier720/00/00
21Leanne Mylymok900/00/00
7Lindsay Manz600/02/10
15Elizabeth Hudon720/01/00
5Kristen Huel800/00/00
12Kasya Naidu620/00/00
14Jenna Newton900/00/00
18Erica Parenteau900/00/00
3Julie David100/00/00
8Megan Schenher300/00/00
10Kelly Cerkowniak180/00/00
16Amy Byrne180/00/00
17Carmen Gorlick280/00/00
22Aashna Singhi300/00/00

Game Recap

Game Recap




– On an unseasonably warm day in Saskatoon the No. 8 Trinity Western University Spartans used a 13-2 shot advantage to earn a 2-0 shutout victory over the University of Saskatchewan Huskies Sunday afternoon at Griffiths Stadium in PotashCorp Park.  The Spartans are now 4-1 and sit in second place in the conference, while the Huskies now sit 3-2-1 and drop to fourth place in the Canada West standings.

“Very pleased with our overall performance, our composure and ability to pass and create chances was probably the difference against a solid and dangerous Saskatchewan team,” commented TWU head coach Graham Roxburgh. “In the end it is a very good road trip on a very hard trip because of the ability and competiveness of the league.”

The Spartans controlled the play early on and had quality opportunities by Colleen Webber, off of a Alicia Tesan corner kick, and Nikki Wright just fail to find the mark to start the match.  Minutes later TWU’s Natalie Boyd and Daniela Gerig forced Saskatchewan’s Marissa Wilford to make back to back saves to keep the game scoreless in the opening minutes.

The Huskies best opportunity of the game came in the 13th minute when Lindsay Manz, on a setup from Daniela Fuenzalida, sent the ball just over the Spartans cross bar.

Trinity Western’s efforts were finally rewarded in the 32nd minute, when Spartans midfielder Melissa Mobilio took a quality pass from Webber, after receiving the corner from Tesan at the far post, and banged it past Saskatchewan’s Wilford to put the visitors from Langley, B.C. up 1-0.

Midway through the second half the Spartans would get the insurance marker. Saskatchewan’s Wilford thwarted Mobilio’s attempt on her second of the night, but the fifth year midfielder was able to flip  the ball over to rookie forward Sarah-Kim Bergeron who put the Spartans up 2-0 in the 68th minute.

“We had excellent work and a very professional performance by Mellisa Mobilio, which resulted in our two goals,” commented Roxburgh.

The Huskies picked up the pace in the last few minutes of the match but were unable to overcome the two goal deficit.

TWU’s Kristen Funk made one save to earn her third shutout victory of the season, while Saskatchewan’s Wilford made six saves in the loss. “Our back four again were very good and Funk was very tidy. Caitlin Haines and Vanessa Kovacs were also very productive today,” added Roxbugh.

Next week after a brief visit back to TWU’s campus the Spartans will travel further west to match-up with the University of Manitoba Bisons then back to Saskatchewan to face the University of Regina Cougars, while the Huskies travel to the University of Alberta to face the Pandas.  

Match Notes: 
Funk’s and TWU’s shutout streak currently sits at 301 minutes… TWU’s team record shutout streak, which was set in 2009, is six full games and 590:33 minutes…




Trinity Western Period: 1Saskatchewan
Kristen Funk at goalie for TWUW.00:00
00:00Marissa Wilford at goalie for SASKW.
Corner kick by TWUW Alicia Tesan [05:01].05:01
Shot by TWUW Colleen Webber WIDE.05:24
Foul on SASKW.
Shot by TWUW Nikki Wright WIDE.07:07
Shot by TWUW Natalie Boyd, SAVE Marissa Wilford.08:43
Header Shot by TWUW Daniela Gerig, SAVE Marissa Wilford.12:35
12:59Offside against SASKW.
13:44Shot by SASKW Lindsay Manz HIGH.
15:47Corner kick by SASKW Brooklyn Leier [15:47].
Foul on TWUW.
Shot by TWUW Jenna Di Nunzio, SAVE Marissa Wilford.21:20
TWUW substitution: Tessa Meyer for Nikki Wright.28:06
Foul on SASKW.
Corner kick by TWUW Alicia Tesan [31:21].31:21
GOAL by TWUW Melissa Mobilio (FIRST GOAL), Assist by Colleen Webber, goal number 2 for season.31:51
33:59Shot by SASKW Elizabeth Hudon WIDE.
TWUW substitution: Sarah-Kim Bergeron for Daniela Gerig.34:12
Offside against TWUW.34:51
Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio HIGH.36:35
Corner kick by TWUW Alicia Tesan [37:36].37:36
Shot by TWUW Colleen Webber, SAVE Marissa Wilford.37:45
Corner kick by TWUW Alicia Tesan [38:18].38:18
Offside against TWUW.39:27
Corner kick by TWUW Alicia Tesan [40:33].40:33
Offside against TWUW.44:06
Foul on TWUW.
End of period [45:00].-END-45:00End of period [45:00].-END-
Trinity Western Period: 2Saskatchewan
Start of 2nd period [45:00].45:00Start of 2nd period [45:00].
Foul on TWUW.
Shot by TWUW Tessa Meyer HIGH.46:16
Foul on TWUW.
Shot by TWUW Melissa Mobilio, SAVE Marissa Wilford.49:04
Corner kick by TWUW Caitlin Haines [49:31].49:31
Corner kick by TWUW Caitlin Haines [50:06].50:06
TWUW substitution: Daniela Gerig for Jenna Di Nunzio.45:00
TWUW substitution: Vanessa Kovacs for Natalie Boyd.45:00
TWUW substitution: Caitlin Haines for Alicia Tesan.45:00
45:00SASKW substitution: Megan Schenher for Gillian Pinder.
45:00SASKW substitution: Kelly Cerkowniak for Brooklyn Leier.
45:00SASKW substitution: Aashna Singhi for Lindsay Manz.
45:00SASKW substitution: Amy Byrne for Elizabeth Hudon.
Shot by TWUW Sarah-Kim Bergeron, SAVE Marissa Wilford.51:33
Foul on TWUW.
Offside against TWUW.53:53
Foul on TWUW.
Offside against TWUW.55:16
Foul on SASKW.
Header Shot by TWUW Vanessa Kovacs WIDE.56:33
Foul on SASKW.
Foul on TWUW.
62:06SASKW substitution: Carmen Gorlick for Kasya Naidu.
GOAL by TWUW Sarah-Kim Bergeron, Assist by Melissa Mobilio, goal number 1 for season.67:45
68:05SASKW substitution: Elizabeth Hudon for Amy Byrne.
68:05SASKW substitution: Brooklyn Leier for Kelly Cerkowniak.
TWUW substitution: Jessica King for Melissa Mobilio.74:29
TWUW substitution: Alexi Foster for Tessa Meyer.74:29
Corner kick by TWUW Caitlin Haines [74:54].74:54
79:59SASKW substitution: Gillian Pinder for Megan Schenher.
79:59SASKW substitution: Julie David for Kristen Huel.
TWUW substitution: Jenna Di Nunzio for Daniela Gerig.79:59
80:35SASKW substitution: Lindsay Manz for Aashna Singhi.
Offside against TWUW.80:57
Offside against TWUW.83:53
TWUW substitution: Alicia Tesan for Caitlin Haines.83:59
Foul on TWUW.
90:00Shot by SASKW Lindsay Manz, SAVE Kristen Funk.
Foul on TWUW.
End of period [90:00].90:00End of period [90:00].
End of period [90:00].-END-90:00End of period [90:00].-END-

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