UWS Roundup: Yellowjacket women win first soccer gameMen lose in OT, volleyball team splits at Macalester
The University of Wisconsin-Superior women’s soccer team celebrated “Parent’s Day” with a 2-0 win over Crown College Saturday afternoon at the Superior High School soccer fields.
Kalea Hatlewick and Alexandra Paige each played a half in the shutout for the Yellowjackets. The two finished with two saves, while Emily Kirby had 10 saves for Crown.
UWS got goals from Chelsea Cossin and Lily Marcelius to improve to 1-2 on the season.
Cossin’s eventual game-winning goal came unassisted 19:25 into the first half when junior team captain from Hermantown broke in with the ball down the right side, cut toward the goal and let a shot go that got past Kirby. But defender Aubrie Ades got a piece of the ball and deflected it into her own goal to give the Yellowjackets the 1-0 lead. It was the first goal of the season for the Yellowjackets' top scorer the past two seasons.
It went to 2-0 six minutes into the second half when Marcelius got a feed on the right side and put a shot home for her first collegiate goal. Two Harbors’ Katelyn Adams got the assist on the play.
UWS attempted 25 shots and Crown had nine.
‘JACKET JOTTINGS: Cossin, Adams, Nichole Casler, Emily Ball and Rachel Wallace played all 90 minutes for UWS. … The Yellowjackets play against at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Macalester College in St. Paul.
The UWS men’s soccer team lost to Gustavus Adolphus 2-1 in overtime Saturday afternoon at UW-Oshkosh.
The Yellowjackets managed only 11 shots in the match with Brian Grand scoring his second goal of the season unassisted to tie the game.
Henry Brose scored in overtime to secure the win for the Gusties.
The Yellowjackets (1-2-1) play again Sunday in Oshkosh.
UWS went 1-1 Saturday at the Macalester Invitational.
The Yellowjackets, 6-2 on the season, defeated Minnesota-Morris 3-2 (25-19, 15-25, 13-25, 25-14, 15-6), and lost to Carleton College 3-2 (25-22, 23-25, 25-21, 23-25, 15-11).
The Yellowjackets return to action Sept. 13-14 in the St. Kate's Invite. Opponents scheduled are Hamline University, Loras College, Crown College and St. Catherine University.