We wanted to come out strong and I felt we did that down only 3-1 after one quarter," said Dordt College captain Jordan Harmelink. "They came out strong in the second quarter and reeled off 7 goals to stretch their lead. Once again, just one bad quarter was our worst enemy."<p>
"Down 10-5 at half we felt good about where we were at but we could just never get within four goals."<p>
"Defensively it was just a bad showing. Give credit to Bethel’s offense. They played well and took advantage of our mistakes. Yntema played extremely well but the defense kept getting him in trouble and the defense struggled to get the ball back to the offense."
<p>"We had a great crowd show up to support us. Thanks to all who came and special thanks to Sioux Center Christian for letting us use their field."<p>
Groundballs: Mark Opp (9), Joel Kranenburg (8), Jesse Anderson and Jordan Shaffer (6), Jordan Harmelink and Dirk Oudman (5)<p>
Faceoffs: Tyler York (5-13), Nathan Smith (1-4), Jesse Anderson (0-2)<p>
Saves: Jordan Yntema 18 saves and 18 goals allowed for a .500 save percentage.