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Ladies Fall to ONU

Crimson Wave Women's Soccer10/18/14 -
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.
Women's Soccer Takes CCAC Loss

Crimson Wave Women's Soccer10/4/14 -
The Crimson Wave women’s soccer team fell to Judson University 3-0 on Saturday evening. It was a tough loss for the ladies who were coming off of a great win over Holy Cross earlier in the week.

“We didn’t get off to a fast enough start against Judson. They took advantage midway through the first half and strung some goals together. I felt that we played much better in the second half as our possession was there. We were able to hit the cross bar and post during the game but couldn’t finish. This was a good learning lesson for us and now we will turn our attention to Purdue Calumet on Tuesday,” said Coach Olson.

The women’s team will return to action Tuesday night at 7:30cst as they host Purdue-University Calumet. The game will be played at East Chicago Central High School.

 

Ladies Hold Saints Scoreless

Crimson Wave Women's Soccer

10/1/14 - The Crimson Wave women’s soccer team earned their first CCAC win of the season in a 4-0 win over Holy Cross on Wednesday afternoon.

“This was a great result for us. We’ve had some close games the last few weeks and it was great to see us step up today. I’m very proud of how hard these young ladies have been playing. Our attack is starting to click and defensively things are improving. This win gives us great momentum heading into Judson on Saturday,” said Coach Olson.
The Crimson Wave came out strong in the first half. Carly Bermes played a great ball through the Holy Cross defense that found Stephanie Hurwitz who blasted it to the upper right corner of the goal. Carly Bermes got involved again when she played a ball over the top to Taylor Syren who tucked it into the corner. CCSJ was up 2-0 at half.
The second half was much of the same for CCSJ. Maritza Salas played a ball to the top of the box where Sandra Narvaez lasered it home for the third goal of the game. The final goal for the Crimson Wave came when Martiza Salas played Stephanie Hurwitz through who outran the Holy Cross defense for the final goal of the game.

The Crimson Wave will return to action on Saturday when they travel to Judson University.

 

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