Ladies End Season With CCAC Win
An overtime goal gave the Crimson Wave their final win of the season today, 1-0, over Illinois Tech at home.
With an evenly match offensive game through the end of regulation, each team taking 8 shots, the CCAC conference match up was sent to over time.
The 96th minute of play brought a winning end to the Crimson Wave’s season when Sandra Narvaez
sent a smooth pass up the left side of the field to Maritza Salas
who found the left corner of the goal for the victory.
added 4 saves in the Crimson Wave win. Each team took 9 shots a piece. The game produce three corner kicks for each team along with 17 total fouls.
The Crimson Wave end their season 6-12 overall and 4-7 in CCAC play.
Women's Soccer Takes Win Over Saints at Home
The Crimson Wave women’s soccer team took a CCAC win at home today against the Holy Cross College Saints 3-1. The Crimson Wave are now 5-12 overall and 3-7 in the CCAC.
put the Crimson Wave on the scoreboard in the 32nd minute of play when a ball popped off the Holy Cross goalies hands and Cazares tucked it into the corner of the goal for a 1-0 lead.
Holy Cross’s Kiana Smith tied the game three minutes later with a quick shot from the top of the six sending the game to half time 1-1.
The even game would not last long as Sandra Narvaez
dribbled down an open field going one on one with the Saints goalie. Narvaez toched it past the goalie into the bottom left corner of the goal for a 2-1 CCSJ lead.
In the 89th minute of play Mallory Defries
would seal the game when she fired a penalty kick into the right side of the goal for a 3-1 Crimson Wave victory.
had one save in goal CCSJ. The Crimson Wave outshot the Saints 17-7. Each team took four corner kicks while there were 12 total fouls called in the game.
The Crimson Wave will be back in action on Saturday October 27th when they host Illinois Tech at 12:00 pm.
Women's Soccer Falls to St. Francis
The Crimson Wave women’s soccer team took a tough loss to the University of St. Francis today in a CCAC conference game in Joliet, IL 4-0. The Crimson Wave are now 4-12 overall and 2-7 in CCAC play.
grabbed 7 saves in the effort.
"The last 65 minutes of the game is the team we have become over the course of the year with possession, shots on goal, and big saves from the defensive line. We need to start the game with that fight and desire to win the ball at every opportunity. It is the last week of conference play so we need to win the ball from the first whistle until the last second of the game with a couple of finishes in the back of the net for the win." Said Head Coach Jennifer Pfeiffer
The Crimson Wave will host Holy Cross College on Wednesday October 24th at 3:00 pm in CCAC conference match up.
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