Women's Soccer Goes To Sioux City

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Women's Soccer Goes To Sioux City

GAMETIME…

The Defender women’s soccer team will travel to face Morningside on March 27 at 3:00 pm in Sioux City, Iowa. 

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THE FOE…

Morningside is 11-3-1 this season and 9-2-1 in the GPAC. The Mustangs have played two contests in March with a 2-1 win over MidAmerica Nazarene and a 1-0 overtime loss to Baker—both of the games were on the road.

Sina Feeser and Eva Geiben each have three goals scored and Feeser has four assists.  Morningside has relied heavily on its defense with a 26-8 advantage in 15 games played. Morningside also has a 105-52 shots on goal edge with Alexandra Homan playing 1115 minutes in goal with six goals allowed and 40 saves for a 0.48 goals allowed average.

THE DEFENDERS…

Dordt is 6-6-2 this season and finished 5-5-2 in GPAC play after finishing the fall season 2-2-1.    

Dordt outscored teams this fall 21-20 while finishing eighth in the GPAC. The Defenders were led in a very balanced attack by Alaina Van Zalen with seven goals and Katherine Kooiman and Maddie Regnerus had three goals. Elianna Van Hulzen played 839 minutes in goal and posted a 0.86 goals allowed average and ad 48 saves.

Dordt enjoyed a 125-100 shots on goal advantage.

RECENTLY…

Dordt’s most recent contest was an October 31 game against Hastings which Dordt lost 1-0 in double overtime. Hastings got the winning goal in the 106th minute and outshot Dordt 14-11 overall and 8-5 on goal.

Morningside lost to Baker in overtime after getting out shot 12-4. The winning goal came in the 98th minute and Homan had two saves in the game.

THE SERIES…

Morningside beat Dordt 3-0 on October 10 and outshot the Defender 8-3 on goal.  The Mustangs got a goal each from Jayci Miller, Oceanna Brenden and Sina Feeser. Van Hulzen had five saves in goal for the Defenders while Homan made three stops in goal for the Mustangs.

WHAT’S AHEAD…

Dordt will travel to Briar Cliff in a week to face the Chargers in the GPAC Quarterfinals.

GPAC…(March 26)

Briar Cliff 10-1-1/11-1-2

Morningside 9-2-1/11-3-1

Concordia 9-2-1/9-5-1

Hastings 8-4/11-5

Dakota Wesleyan 7-5/9-7

Jamestown 7-5/10-7

Midland 5-4-3/6-4-3

Dordt 5-5-2/6-6-2

Northwestern 5-7/5-8-1

College of Saint Mary 3-7-2/3-8-2

Mount Marty 2-9-1/2-10/1

Doane 0-9-3/1-14-3

Presentation 0-10-2/0-13-2