#HLWSOC Scoreboard (Sept. 11)
Cleveland State 2, Canisius 0
Youngstown State 2, IPFW 1
Green Bay 7, Chicago State 0
Milwaukee 1, Milwaukee 1 (2OT)
UIC 0, Northern Iowa 0 (2OT)
Eastern Washington 2, Valparaiso 1 (2OT)
Illinois 1, Northern Kentucky 0
Toledo 3, Oakland 1
Green Bay nearly set a program record for goals in a match, while Vickie Havas tied the Cleveland State career record for goals on Friday evening.
Cleveland State 2, Canisius 0: Vickie Havas tied the CSU career record with her 19th goal as Cleveland State used a strong defensive effort to earn a 2-0 shutout over Canisius on Friday night at a rainy Krenzler Field. Read more…(link)
Youngstown State 2, IPFW 1: Katie Hackos and Abby Kensi each scored first-half goals to lead the Youngstown State women's soccer team to a 2-1 win over IPFW on Friday evening. In the 12th minute, Kyler Lum fed Hackos in the penalty box and the forward from York, Pa., drilled a shot into the lower left corner of the goal for her first career goal.
IPFW's Andie Lazzaerini knotted the match at 1-1 at the 23:39 mark. Kallianne Mogler crossed a pass from the left side into the box and Lazzerini lifted a shot over the out-stretched arms of Elizabeth Balgoyen.
Less the six minutes later, Kenski scored the game-winner off a cross from Allison Green in the lower-left corner. Kenski corralled the ball on the right side of the net and slipped a shot past a diving Haley Lydon. Read more…(lnk)
Green Bay 7, Chicago State 0: Six Phoenix players managed to find the back of the net againsts Chicago State, aiding a 7-0 clean sheet victory over the Cougars. Sydney Born led the offensive attack for the Phoenix and managed to sneak a pair of goals past the Chicago State keeper for her first two strikes of the season. Read more...(link)
Milwaukee 1, Wisconsin 1 (2OT): Callie O'Donnell scored in the 12th minute and Paige Lincicum made seven saves to help Milwaukee to a well-deserved 1-1 draw with the University of Wisconsin. Read more...(link)
UIC 0, Northern Iowa 0 (2OT): UIC endured 110 minutes of play before its match against Northern Iowa ended in a scoreless draw. The Flames garnered a program-record 29 shots, nearly doubling their previous high of 15 set last season. Read more...(link)
Eastern Washington 2, Valparaiso 1 (2OT): Less than two minutes from the end of overtime,Valparaiso suffered a heartbreaking defeat, as Eastern Washington scored in the 109th minute to send the Crusaders to a 2-1 defeat. Read more...(link)
Illinois 1, Northern Kentucky 0: Northern Kentucky saw its season-opening four-game win streak come to a close on Friday night, falling at Illinois, 1-0. Brooke Shocker issued a stellar performance in goal, facing 27 shots and totaling a season-high seven saves with one goal allowed. Read more...(link)
Toledo 3, Oakland 1: Joan Sieja scored her second goal of the season in the 77th minute while Sarah Reynolds notched her first-career assist as Oakland fell to Toledo 3-1 at Scott Park Soccer Complex. Read more...(link)