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Ladies Fall Short In Iowa

Crimson Wave Women's Soccer9/7/14 -
The Crimson Wave women’s soccer team traveled to Oskaloosa, Iowa to compete in the William Penn Classic against William Penn University and Briar Cliff University. The ladies would go on to fall to Briar Cliff 1-0 in Saturday’s game and lost to William Penn University 3-2 in overtime on Sunday.

The Crimson Wave took on Briar Cliff University on Saturday. It was a fast paced game that saw a lot of action on both sides. CCSJ had a strong attack in the first half outshooting Briar Cliff 6-4. Neither team could gain an advantage as the first half came to a close tied at 0-0. The score would remain locked at 0-0 until the 86th minute when Briar Cliff counter attacked the Crimson Wave and buried it in the left corner to secure the 1-0 on Saturday.

Sunday’s match against William Penn turned out to be the most exciting match of the weekend. William Penn scored in the 33rd and 38th minute of the first half to take the 2-0 lead heading into halftime. CCSJ was held to just two shots in the first half.

The Crimson Wave made some adjustments defensively and were able to keep William Penn scores during the second half. The Crimson Wave just couldn’t find the back of the net until the final few minutes of play. In the 86th minute, Lucia Neaves would find Patty Diaz on a through ball who beat the keeper and tucked the ball away to get CCSJ back into the game. Patty Diaz would find even the odds again just a minute and a half later after Sandra Narvaez slotted one through the defense. The second half would come to a close tied at 2-2 heading into overtime. William Penn would go on to earn the golden goal four minutes into overtime to hand CCSJ their third loss of the season.

“This was a great weekend for us even though we didn’t get the results we wanted. We are battling some injuries at the moment and I was very pleased with how the ladies responded with some new personnel this weekend. We are learning to play together as we head into our conference season. We have a few weeks off to recover as we now turn our attention to North Park University,” said Coach Olson.

The ladies will return to action on September 20th when they travel to take on North Park University at 5:00pm.

 

Berry Named CCAC Player of the Week

Crimson Wave Women's Soccer9/2/14 -
Crimson Wave women’s soccer player Rebecca Berry (Bendigo, Victoria, Australia) has been named the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Offensive Player of the Week for performances during the Labor Day weekend.

Berry was named the Crimson Wave Soccer Invitational Most Valuable Player after leading CCSJ to the invite title with a pair of goals and one assist.  The freshman forward tallied a goal and an assist in a 5-1 victory over St. Mary of the Woods College (Ind.) on Friday before adding a single tally in a 3-2 win over Clarke University (Iowa) on Saturday to claim the invitational.

“I’m extremely happy for Rebecca. Her transition since coming to the states has been outstanding. She has a great work ethic and is really starting to come into her own as a player. She came into the year in shape and is very passionate about the game. Rebecca has a lot of potential and I’m very excited to see how she develops throughout the year. It’s a pleasure coaching her so far.”  Said Head Coach Justin Olson

 

Ladies Win CCSJ Invite Championship

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8/31/14 - The Crimson Wave women’s soccer team earned a thrilling victory today over Clarke University 3-2. It was a game that literally came down to the final seconds as the ladies were able to survive to earn their third win of the season. The ladies are now 3-1.

Clarke University got on the board first after a through ball up the middle that found the left winger who buried it. The Crimson Wave evened the odds just before the half after a 35 yard blast from Maritza Salas that sailed over the goalkeeper. The first half would come to a close tied 1-1.

The second half became a battle for both teams as the game pressed on.  Clarke was able to score their second goal after a poor clearance from the CCSJ defense and crossed the ball to the back corner. There was a great change in momentum for the Crimson Wave as they began to create multiple scoring opportunities. Patty Diaz tied the game at 2-2 after she finished a corner kick that was deflected off of a Clarke defender.  CCSJ would finally gain the lead in the 83rd minute after a cross from Taylor Syren that found Rebecca Berry waiting at the top of the six yard box and headed the ball into the back of the net. Patty Diaz earned All-Invitational Team honors and Rebecca Berry earned MVP of the Crimson Wave Invite.

“Words can’t describe how proud I am of these young ladies. They have worked so hard to get to this point. I thought we moved the ball very well and created multiple scoring opportunities today. I give a lot of credit to Clarke University as they have a great program. This was a great weekend for us and we will have a few days off to heal up and prepare ourselves for our trip up to Iowa next weekend,” said Coach Olson.

The ladies will return to action next weekend as they travel up to Iowa to take on Briar Cliff University.

 

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