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Men Take Win Over Siena

Crimson Wave Men's Soccer8/31/14 -
The Crimson Wave men’s soccer team earned their first win of the season in defeating Siena Heights University 2-0 in the second game of the Crimson Wave Invite.

Things got off to a fast start for CCSJ as Nick Barango poked the ball away from the right back of Siena Heights to put CCSJ up 1-0 just 18 seconds into the game. This marks the fastest goal scored in CCSJ history. Possession became the strength for CCSJ as began to slow the game down. The first half came to a close 1-0 in favor CCSJ.

The second half was a similar story for the Crimson Wave as they moved the ball well around the field. Siena Heights nearly evened the odds after a shot off of the cross bar and then Sophomore Johnathan Brenner made a great save off of the rebound to keep the clean sheet for CCSJ. Senior Manny Awuku put in the second goal for the Crimson Wave after a cross in from Stewart Thur that found the back of the net. Stewart Thur earned the All-Invitational Team honors.

“It was great to get the result today from a quality team in Siena Heights. I give a lot of credit to them as they played a good game against us. I was very proud of how we were able to rebound from a poor outing the day before. The guys are starting to gel and it’s showing. We also had a great defensive effort from our back line,” said Coach Olson.

The Crimson Wave men’s soccer team will return to action next Saturday when they travel up to Iowa to take on Briar Cliff University.

Men Fall Goal Short to Clarke in OT

Crimson Wave Men's Soccer8/30/14 -
The Crimson Wave fell short to Clarke University 4-3 after a heartbreaking strike in overtime. The men’s team is 0-1 to start the season.

It was a game full of emotion as both teams unleashed a barrage of goals. Clarke University got on the board first after a set piece that found the back of the net. CCSJ would answer after Nick Barango played a ball across the box that found Brian Zimmer to even the odds at 1-1. Stewart Thur evened the score at 2-2 after a bad clearance from the Clarke defense. CCSJ was down 3-2 with a minute remaining when Junior Donovan Cole rifled a shot from the top of the box that found the upper corner of the goal. Regulation came to an end at 3-3.

The Crimson Wave had the first opportunity to end the game after Byron Cipa just missed the near post. Clarke would go on to win the game after a bad touch from the CCSJ defense to give the Crimson Wave their first loss of the season.

“Obviously we didn’t get the result we wanted to. I give a lot of credit to Clarke University as they earned their win tonight. We outshot them and I felt we created more scoring opportunities but weren’t able to keep the ball out of our own net. I’m very proud of how hard the guys fought today and now we have to turn our attention to Sienna Heights tomorrow afternoon,” said Coach Olson.

The men’s team will return to action Sunday as they take on Sienna Heights at 11:30 am. The game will be played at East Chicago Central High School.

 

Men Soccer Announces 2014 Schedule

Crimson Wave Men's Soccer8/7/14 -
The Crimson Wave head men’s soccer coach Justin Olson has announced the team’s 2014 schedule.

CCSJ will start the 2014 campaign with the 8th annual Crimson Wave Invitational where they will face Clarke University at 2:00 pm on August 30th.  The invitational will conclude on August 31st with the consolation and championship games.   This year’s invitational will mark the first of nine home games. 

The Crimson Wave will travel nine times this season including four non-conference trips to Briar Cliff, William Penn, Grace and Marian University.  The men will kick off their eleven game CCAC schedule against Robert Morris University on the road September 24th at 6:00 pm.  CCSJ’s CCAC schedule also included Cardinal Stritch University and Olivet Nazarene University who both ended the 2013 season receiving votes in the Men’s Soccer Coaches’ Postseason Top 25 Poll.

The Crimson Wave finished last season 9-10 overall and 5-6 in the CCAC earning a spot in the post season for the first time in program history. 

“I’m really excited about how our schedule shaped up this year. We are coming off our best season in the program’s history and definitely want to continue moving forward. Our goal this year was to schedule the best opponents we could find to get us ready for a very competitive conference season.”  Said Head Coach Justin Olson

2014 Men's Soccer Schedule

 

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