- Dordt falls to No.22 University of Jamestown 3-2, GPAC Quarterfinal
22nd-ranked Jamestown scored a goal with under 10 minutes left to play in sending Dordt University to a 3-2 defeat in a GPAC women's soccer quarterfinal match played tonight in Jamestown, N.D.
The loss ends the season for Head Coach Alex Durbin and the Defenders, closing the 2021 campaign with a 10-8-1 overall record.
Sarah Miller and Claire Jansen each scored a goal and Jenna Wright stopped eight Jamestown shots to lead the Defenders.
Jamestown went ahead 1-0 on a goal from Miarosa Gyllenswan during the 19th minute. Miller tied the match at the 32nd minute with a shot from 30-yards out after the Jimmies tried to clear the ball out of the box. Jamestown, however, went ahead right before the half ended on a goal scored by Brianna Perry.
Trailing 2-1, Jansen tied the match again with a well-played, far-post shot that went by Jamestown goalkeeper Alex Nowka during the 54th minute. The host Jimmies netted the game-winner with the clock at 80:56 on a goal by Eve Hoppe.
Jamestown, the GPAC regular season champion and No.1 seed in the eight-team tournament, advances to the semifinals with a 17-0-1 record.
This ends the season for the Defenders.