Women's Soccer Honors Seniors
The Crimson Wave women’s soccer team dropped their last game of the season against Roosevelt University 2-0 on Tuesday night. It was senior night for the Crimson Wave. The nine seniors that CCSJ honored were Patty Diaz, Amy Gasiorowski, Eugenia Munoz, Sandra Narvaez, Maritza Salas, Katy Schmidt, Natalie Cazares, Lucia Neaves, and Morgan Balcom.
“I’m very proud of our senior group. They were here when I took over the program and were with me for two seasons. They were a close group of girls and played well together. It was great getting to know them and I wish them nothing but the best in the future,” said Coach Olson.
“There were some ups and downs this season but I feel very confident in this group moving forward. We have some great recruits coming in as we look to continue moving forward. We had some injuries this year which was had to adjust for but I am very proud of the players that stepped up in those positions. We are going to hit the recruiting trail very hard to bring in the positions we need.
Overall we have a group young ladies that want to win and we will be working very hard this off season to get ready for 2015,” added Olson.
Ladies Fall to Sritch
10/25/14 - The Crimson Wave women’s soccer team fell to Cardinal Stritch University 5-1 on Saturday night.
“We played a very good second half against CSU. Cardinal Stritch came out with a lot of hustle and played very well. We were a little shaky to start the game but I was very impressed with how well we played in the second half. Our possession and defensive approach greatly improved as we were able to get on the scoreboard. We have game left this season and we will use this week to prepare for Roosevelt University,” said Coach Olson.
The ladies will return to action on Tuesday when they host Roosevelt University at 7:00pm.
Ladies Fall to ONU
The Crimson Wave women’s soccer team fell to the Olivet Nazarene University Tigers 4-0.
“This was a good game for us even though we didn’t get the result we wanted. ONU is one of the best teams in our conference year in and year out. We are making progress and are still missing some players out win injury that we need back. I was pleased with the overall performance of our young ladies considering the adversity we are facing,” said Coach Olson.
The women hope to get things back on track Tuesday when they host Trinity Christian at 7:00pm. The game will be played at East Chicago Central High School.