MIAA Women's Soccer Week #9 Wrap-Up

MIAA Women's Soccer Week #9 Wrap-Up

2018 All-MIAA


2018 MIAA Women's Soccer Tournament Central


October 29 - MIAA Players of the Week


Last Week's Results

 
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Date Home Score Away Score Notes Status Links
Oct. 22 Adrian 3 North Central (Ill.) 0 Final
Oct. 23 Kalamazoo 1 Elmhurst 1 Final - 2OT
  Saint Mary's (Ind.) 1 Trine * 3 Final
Oct. 24 Olivet 0 Calvin * 2 Final
  Alma 0 Hope * 2 Final
  Albion 0 Adrian * 3 Final
Oct. 26 Adrian 6 Finlandia 0 Final
Oct. 27 Albion 1 Olivet % 0 MIAA Women's Soccer Tournament - First Round Final
  Calvin 4 Kalamazoo 1 MIAA Women's Soccer Tournament - First Round Final
* Conference
% Post season

Next Week's Games

 
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Date Home Score Away Score Notes Status Links
Oct. 31 Hope 3 Albion % 1 MIAA Tournament Semifinal Final
  Adrian 3 Calvin % 0 MIAA Tournament Semifinals Final
Nov. 03 Hope 0 Adrian % 1 MIAA Tournament championship Final
% Post season

Around the MIAA

Adrian (12-5-1, 7-1-0)

The Adrian College women’s soccer team had two matches last week, winning them both by a combined score of 9-0. The Bulldogs beat Albion 3-0 on Wednesday before taking care of Finlandia 6-0 on Friday. Adrian finished the regular season with a 12-5-1 record, and had only one loss in its last 12 matches. The Bulldogs finished MIAA play in second place, earning them a first round bye in the tournament. They will host Calvin on Wednesday, Oct. 31 in a semifinal match.


Albion (8-8-2, 4-3-1)

All-MIAA first team performer Samantha LaRocca (Clinton Township, Mich./Regina) scored her ninth goal of the season to lift Albion into the MIAA Tournament semifinal with a 1-0 victory over Olivet…All-MIAA second team GK Megan Bricely (Troy, Mich./Marian) worked her fifth shutout of the season. Supported by the back line of Alyssa Brooks (Howell, Mich./Howell), Mikenna Ray (Traverse City, Mich./West), Claire Stoddard (Davison, Mich.) and Lexi Taylor (Whitehouse, Ohio/St. Ursula), Bricely needed to make just two saves.

Alma (2-13-1, 0-7-1)

The Scots season came to an end when they fell to Calvin, 2-0, on Wednesday. Sophomore goalkeeper Ally Wentworth (Mt. Pleasant, Mich./Mt. Pleasant) had 10 saves in the contest. She finished the season with 99 stops, good for third most in the conference. The senior class of defenders Tori Sailar (Hastings, Mich./Lansing Catholic), Emily Esser (Jackson, Mich./Jackson), Annie Burns (Sanford, Mich./Meridian) midfielders Lexi Moyer (Suttons Bay, Mich./Traverse City West), Melissa Gal (Bartlett, Ill./Bartlett), Madi Ferry (Bloomfield Hills, Mich./Bloomfield Hills), Kali Rhines (Grand Rapids, Mich./Forest Hills Central) and forward Kristina Berzkalns (Byron Center, Mich./Grandville) were honored before the match.


Calvin (10-4-3, 4-2-2)

No report submitted.


No. 17/10 Hope (13-1-2, 7-0-1)

The 11th shutout of the season helped the 19th-ranked Hope College women’s soccer team extend its title run in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The Flying Dutch won 2-0 at Alma College on Wednesday to claim an outright MIAA championship and record the second three-peat of league titles in team history. Hope (13-1-2 overall) finished in first place with a 7-0-1 league record. The Flying Dutch were outright champs in 2017 and co-champions in 2016. Against Alma, senior Hilary Curry (Grand Rapids, Mich./Grandville Calvin Christian) and sophomore Audrey White (Hudsonville, Mich./Hudsonville) provided the offense Hope needed.


Kalamazoo (9-7-2, 4-4-0)

The Kalamazoo College women's soccer team began the week with a 1-1 tie with Elmhurst before falling to Hope in the first round of the MIAA Tournament on Saturday. Josie Sibley connected on a pass from Kai Ketola in the draw for Kalamazoo's lone goal. In Kalamazoo's 4-1 loss to Hope, freshman Kai Ketola found the back of the net in the 70th minute to bring the Hornets within one. Kalamazoo was unable to muster up a comeback and fell short of continuing its season.


Olivet (8-9-2, 4-4-0)

The Olivet College women's soccer team ended its season with a 2-0 loss to Calvin and 1-0 loss to Albion last week. The Comets finished the season with an 8-9-2 overall record.


Saint Mary's (6-12-0, 1-7-0)

The Belles saw their season come to a close with a 3-1 setback against Trine last Tuesday evening (Oct. 23). Rose Stackhouse scored her team-leading 12th goal of the season for the Belles. Sophie Bubnar and Lindsey Herdsman each collected an assist. Delaney Rohlman stopped six shots on goal on the night. 


Trine (5-11-1, 2-5-1)

No report submitted.


 

2018 MIAA Women's Soccer Standings

  Conference Overall
GP Record Win % Pts GF GA GP Record Win % GF GA Last 10 Streak
Hope 8 7-0-1 0.938 22 18 1 21 16-3-2 0.810 43 10 8-2 Lost 1
Adrian 8 7-1 0.875 21 25 4 21 14-6-1 0.690 51 15 8-2 Lost 1
Calvin 8 4-2-2 0.625 14 10 4 18 10-5-3 0.639 30 15 5-3-2 Lost 1
Albion 8 4-3-1 0.563 13 10 9 19 8-9-2 0.474 26 26 5-4-1 Lost 1
Kalamazoo 8 4-4 0.500 12 14 9 18 9-7-2 0.556 40 21 4-5-1 Lost 1
Olivet 8 4-4 0.500 12 7 9 19 8-9-2 0.474 27 21 4-6 Lost 4
Trine 8 2-5-1 0.313 7 6 16 17 5-11-1 0.324 18 27 2-7-1 Won 1
Saint Mary's (Ind.) 8 1-7 0.125 3 5 26 18 6-12 0.333 34 45 3-7 Lost 5
Alma 8 0-7-1 0.063 1 5 22 16 2-13-1 0.156 10 32 0-9-1 Lost 7