UWS Roundup: Lady ’Jackets blank Finlandia
Superior Telegram Lily Marcelius and Shelby Coombs scored goals to lead the University of Wisconsin-Superior women's soccer team to a 2-0 victory over the Finlandia Lions Monday afternoon at the Yellowjacket Sports Complex. Rachel Rossiter assist...
Lily Marcelius and Shelby Coombs scored goals to lead the University of Wisconsin-Superior women’s soccer team to a 2-0 victory over the Finlandia Lions Monday afternoon at the Yellowjacket Sports Complex.
Rachel Rossiter assisted on Marcelius’ goal and Katelyn Adams and Katrina Gephart helped out on Coombs’ tally.
Bailey Henderson had one save in goal for UWS and Adrianna Osuna had 14 saves for Finlandia.
’JACKET JOTTINGS: The Yellowjackets also defeated the Lions 2-0 last week in Hancock, Mich. … UWS outshot FU 33-3. … UWS plays at Augustana at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
The UWS men’s soccer team enjoyed mixed success in one-goal games last week.
Brian Grand’s header in the first minute of the second overtime gave the Yellowjackets a 2-1 victory over Augsburg on Thursday, while Luther College’s J.W. Slauson scored the lone goal with 1 minute, 12 seconds remaining in regulation to be UWS on Saturday. Both games were played at the Yellowjacket Sports Complex.
Jon Bucklew assisted on Grand’s goal and sophomore midfielder Gio Rodriguez opened the scoring for the Yellowjackets with a goal 15 minutes into the second half on assists from Grand and Chase Carey.
Jeremiah Strand tied it for Augsburg (2-4-1) with a goal just a minute before the end of regulation.
Matt Elder had three saves for UWS while Nick Lenertz had three saves for Augsburg.
In the loss to Luther, senior goalie Zach Harwerth finished with five saves for the Yellowjackets, who put four shots on goal.
Jon Gednalske assisted on Slauson’s goal.
UWS (5-3) plays at Hamline at 4 p.m. Wednesday.
UWS went 1-3 over the weekend at the Ripon Red Hawk Invitational. On Friday the Yellowjackets lost to Dubuque and Saint Mary’s, while on Saturday they swept the host Red Hawks and lost to Milwaukee School of Engineering.
UWS (7-11) has nine of its last 11 matches.
On Saturday, Keely Deadrick’s 33 set assists and Kaitlyn Holen’s 10 kills led UWS (7-11) in the win over Ripon, while Elizabeth Koza and Stephanie Bandelin of Esko combined for 40 kills and Deadrick recorded 50 assists in the 23-25, 15-25, 25-18, 25-21, 15-12 loss to MSOE.
Deadrick was named to the all-tournament team, after dishing up 135 assists in the four matches. Deadrick also had five service aces, 10 kills and 23 digs on the weekend.