Women’s Soccer: Two-win weekend ends downhill pattern

Women’s Soccer: Two-win weekend ends downhill pattern

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متى يرجع فائض اسهم البنك الاهلي BROOKLINE – Despite two 1-0 shutout wins last week at Parsons Field, the prospect of reaching the Colonial Athletic Conference (CAA) tournament remains slim for the Northeastern women’s soccer team.

get link Last week, coach Ed Matz went so far as to say their chances were as good as winning the lottery.

see url But after defeating CAA rivals Old Dominion (10-3-0, 4-2-0) and William ‘ Mary (6-4-5, 4-3-0), Matz’s cautiously optimistic approach hasn’t stopped his team from playing with a purpose.

follow link “I’m buying lottery tickets,” said Matz, flip-flopping his beliefs from the previous week. “We’ve never really been outplayed and no one can argue how much ability this team has.”

follow Having said that, the Huskies will most likely have to win all four of their remaining games, all against quality CAA opponents, and hope teams ahead of them, such as UNC-Wilmington, Drexel and Towson, falter.

اسهم السعودية اليوم Goalie Mariel Wilner expects positive results for the remainder of the regular season and refuses to concede a playoff appearance.

اسعار الاسهم في السعودية اليوم “I definitely think we control our own destiny,” she said. “All we can do is work to win the next four games and see where that takes us. If we get the job done, there is a good chance we can make the playoffs.”

click here On Sunday, NU matched up with William ‘ Mary for a fast-paced, back-and-forth affair that saw the Huskies outshoot the Tribe 15-12. But, despite the myriad scoring chances for both sides, NU netted the only goal at the 23-minute mark of the first half.

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http://1conn.com/?binarforexar=معلومات-عن-اسهم-اسمنت-المدينه Earlier, just seven minutes in, junior forward Kristen Kowalik streaked down the right sideline but ripped a shot just over the net. At the 32-minute mark Dianna Mastromauro used slick ball-handling skills to slide a pass to Kowalik, who, positioned directly in front of the goal, shot it just high and wide.

تداول الفوركيس Kowalik’s play this season has impressed Matz and her teammates.

get link “Her work-ethic is tireless,” Matz said. “And she’s trying to put this team on her back.”

see Wilner echoed her coach’s sentiments.

تداول السوق السعودية “She works hard every single game. She goes out and gives you 100 percent. [Sunday] she got the ball a little bit more and was able to cause a little bit more trouble.”

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source site “A lot of people look at the results and see we’re giving up a lot of goals,” Matz said. “But [Mariel’s] done a good job in goal this year. A majority of the goals this year, there’s not much she could have done to prevent them. She’s the type of person who welcomes the pressure.”

On Friday night at Parsons Field, Old Dominion proved a formidable challenge to an NU squad that, at the time, had not won a game in four weeks. Helping the team was a switch to a 4-3-3 defensive scheme.

The Lady Monarchs sat in third place in the CAA standings while NU floundered near the bottom of the rankings. But, again, one Husky goal stood up.

The win gave NU their first ever CAA victory, while Wilner shut out a force that had scored at least one goal in every previous game.

The contest remained scoreless until the 84th minute of play when Pfeifer, positioned to the left of the opposing goal, crossed the ball toward the net. A scrum for the loose ball ensued and junior forward Kristen Blake emerged from the fracas to smash a shot past goalie Colby Owen. It was Blake’s first goal of the season.

NU outshot the Lady Monarchs 13-10 overall and bested them in shots on goal by an 8-6 margin. Still, the Husky defense kept in check the CAA’s leading scorer, Old Dominion forward Laura Beeman, holding her to three shots on goal.

Matz holds out hope that their recent successes push them into the playoff picture.

“We’re maturing,” Matz said. “It’s just a team effort. We’re hard to defend and we’re defending very well.”

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