Monday, October 29, 2012

College Recap - CCC & Frontier: Northwest spoils Concordia title sweep in CCC

The Concordia women suffered their second straight loss in the Cascade Collegiate Conference, this time to second-place Northwest University, allowing the Eagles to take the conference lead and ultimately win the regular season championship. Meanwhile, the race for the postseason came to a dramatic finish with Corban needing help from one-win Eastern Oregon and nearly had the final berth with Southern Oregon scored late for a draw. The Concordia men remained unbeaten and clinched a 13th regular season title in 15 years as three of the four playoff teams are set heading into the final weekend of play.


Southern Oregon 1 :: 0 College of Idaho
Yotes goalkeeper Melis Joseph-Holmes made eight saves throughout the contest, including a one-on-one chance in overtime, but the rebound went right back to Stephanie Carr, who put away the second chance eight minutes into extra time, knocking Cof I out of the playoff picture. – MORE  

Evergreen 2 :: 1 Warner Pacific  

Claire Posadas, Eastern Oregon
Oregon Tech 1 :: 1 Eastern Oregon
The Mountaineers picked up their fourth point of the season with a little bit fortune as Claire Posadas’ corner kick in the 52nd minute was carried over the keeper and into the back of the net for the lead. – MORE  

Northwest-U 1 :: 0 Concordia
Once again the Cavaliers dominated the contest with a 20-3 advantage in shots, but Patty Hughes (Kalispell, MT) made six saves to keep them off the board, preserving the fifth-minute strike on a header from Jessica Oliver set up by Lizzie Perkins and Lindsey Field (Ontario, OR).

Oregon Tech 2 :: 1 College of Idaho
The Yotest stunned the visitors just 19 seconds in when Kayla Bigelow (Boise, ID) sent the opening kick down the right side to Brianna Blair (Nampa, ID), who took a couple touches before letting loose a shot that found the upper right corner of the goal. Rebekah Nisbet, though, equalized seven minutes later and found the winner from 20 yards off the post with eight minutes left. – MORE 

Northwest Christian 1 :: 2 Corban

Northwest-U 2 :: 0 Warner Pacific
Acacia Johnson scored once in each half and Patty Hughes (Kalispell, MT) made two saves to clinch the regular season title, ending the 12-year reign of Concordia as the team atop the table at season’s end.

Southern Oregon 1 :: 1 Eastern Oregon
The Mountaineers finished the campaign with another positive result, earning a draw against the playoff-contending Raiders on a goal from Kelli Jones (Boardman, OR) in the 23rd minute of the contest. The visitors, however, found the equalizer with under four minutes left courtesy of Julie Zamzow (Boise, ID), saving their playoff chances and ultimately sending them through with the draw after overtime.. – MORE | MORE      

Evergreen 0 :: 8 Concordia
Erin Huisingh (Pasco, WA) set up the opening strike and the team’s fourth, along with Ashley Ames (Liberty Lake, WA), before tallying one of her own in the 51st as the Cavaliers finally found their scoring touch after two shutout losses.

Standings [+]   

Coming Up This Week

CCC Conference Tournament

Semifinals - Saturday
Oregon Tech @ Northwest-U – Noon
Southern Oregon @ Concordia – 7:00
November 10
Championship @ highest seed - TBD


Northwest Christian 1 :: 3 College of Idaho
The Yotes took the lead less than two minutes in when Parker Waddell (Meridian, ID) sent a cross that found the head of Emilio Yomaha. In the 40th minute Nicko Moreno delivered a cross that Yan Gioseffi flicked inside the near post. Three minutes after the visitors cut into the lead a cross from Sam Bauer (Eagle, ID) was headed in by Chenjerai Simpson in the 80th. – MORE 

Concordia 2 :: 0 Northwest-U
Warner Pacific 0 :: 2 Evergreen
Corban 3 :: 0 Oregon Tech

Corban 0 :: 1 Warner Pacific
Evergreen 2 :: 0 Oregon Tech
Northwest-U 2 :: 0 College of Idaho
Outshot 20-13 by the hosts, Joe Galbraith (Whitefish, MT) made four saves, allowing a goal and assist from Nathan Furtado in the second half to clinch a playoff spot. – MORE  

Concordia 2 :: 1 Northwest Christian
Tanner French (Sandpoint, ID) sent in a deflected cross that set up Septi Danciu’s third goal of the week in the 38th minute for the lead, which Radcliffe McDougald doubled four minutes later with what proved to be the game.

Standings [+]   

Coming Up This Week

College of Idaho @ Oregon Tech – 1:00
Concordia @ Warner Pacific – Noon
Oregon Tech @ College of Idaho – 1:00
Northwest-U @ Evergreen – 1:00
Northwest Christian @ Corban – 3:00


Rocky Mountain @ Great Falls – PPD > Nov 2

Westminster 7 :: 1 Houston-Victoria
The Griffins cruised to the win with Carissa Cooper (Meridian, ID) scoring two of the five first half goals and finishing with a hat-trick. Justine Jones (Boise, ID) contributed an assist in the second half and Margo Hickman (Boise, ID) capped the scoring.
Cassie Baldwin, Carroll

Trinity International 0 :: 1 Carroll
In the 56th minute Kailey Edgar (Star, ID) found freshman Cassie Baldwin for the deciding goal as Briana Carlin made seven saves. - MORE  

Jamestown 2 :: 3 Great Falls
Ina back and forth contest the Argos found themselves trailing after four minutes, but Mayra Castillo scoring the equalizer in the 16th and setting up Ashley Todd (Cardwell, MT) in the 51st for the lead. That advantage, however, only lasted about a minute before the visitors evened terms. Katelyn Swart provided the winner in the 70th minute from the spot for being taken down in the box after beating a pair of defenders. – MORE  

Texas-Brownsville 1 :: 0 Westminster

Jamestown 0 :: 3 Rocky Mountain
Making her first appearance, freshman Mandi Achten (Billings, MT) played a role in all three goals, scoring twice. – MORE  

Trinity Lutheran 2 :: 0 Great Falls

Standings [+]   

Coming Up This Week

Rocky Mountain @ Great Falls – 1:00
Carroll @ Great Falls – 1:00
Carroll @ Rocky Mountain – 1:00

Mikey Wall, Rocky Mountain

Rocky Mountain @ Great Falls – PPD > Nov 2

Westminster 0 :: 3 CSU-San Marcos

Jamestown 2 :: 1 Great Falls
Anderson Cardoso connected with Jace Cutrer in the 13th minute for the lead only to see Jamestown rally to tie in the first half and net the winner in the second half. 

Jamestown 1 :: OT :: 2 Rocky Mountain
Mikey Wall (Billings, MT) scored both goals to give the Battlin Bears the win, finding the deciding strike in the 105th minute on a ball from Oliver Gore. – MORE  

Standings [+]   

Coming Up This Week

Rocky Mountain @ Great Falls – 3:00