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With only the DI men’s final four remaining as the final college soccer left this season in the nation, the action for the northwest has come to a close… and in fine fashion as the Concordia women captured the NAIA championship over the weekend. The Cavaliers were led by a handful of INW-area players as they posted four shutouts in the national tournament, knocking off the top two seeds along the way, including the defending champions, as they finally captured their first title in four tries.
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|Waibel was named Far West Assistant Coach of the Year by the NSCAA Thursday | Photos: Gerald Barnhart|
“It has been a year of steady growth and continued improvement for our guys,” Waibel told INWsoccernews. “They have battled as tough as any of their competitors and have found ways to win game through efficient play, and at times beautiful soccer. But their spirit and their humility is their true strength. They also possess the ability to win games ugly when needed. They have the confidence in themselves to set aside their ideals of the beautiful game and roll up their sleeves. And in doing so, they show their maturity as a group and their overwhelming desire to succeed on the field.