Posts Tagged: Soccer

After hooking up others, Currier nets first goal for Embry-Riddle

September 29, 2016

She spent the first half dozen games of her freshman year at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University helping her teammates score goals. Then Megan Currier of Anchorage finally called her own number. The forward netted her first goal in a 4-1 victory over Providence Christian and now ranks among the team leaders with five points in nine… Read more »

Last Frontier transplant Trevithick commits to UCLA for 2019

September 18, 2016

Kali Trevithick of Anchorage spends the majority of her time outside the state training with the U.S. National U-16 women’s soccer team. But she still considers Alaska home. Soon she will call UCLA home. The marvelous midfielder has committed to the Bruins for 2019. She is a sophomore in high school and plays for the… Read more »

Ariela Lewis joins sister in exclusive 30/20 Club on soccer field

September 17, 2016

There are four active NCAA D1 women’s soccer players with 30 goals and 20 assists for their careers. Two of them are from one Anchorage family. Ariela Lewis last night joined twin sister Aaliyah Lewis in the exclusive 30/20 Club after bagging two goals and an assist for Alabama State University in an 8-0 win… Read more »

Zumbro records third shutout, stays unbeaten in goal for Mines

September 16, 2016

Anchorage’s Sam Zumbro posted her third shutout and remained undefeated in goal for the Colorado School of Mines women’s soccer team. The senior keeper made four saves in a 2-0 win over Metro State in Colorado to open play in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. She has allowed only one goal in 436 minutes this… Read more »

Now at Colorado Mesa, Houston earns first college shutout

September 15, 2016

Colorado Mesa University junior goalkeeper Katelyn Houston of Anchorage anchored a defensive unit that held Humboldt State scoreless in a 2-0 win in NCAA D2 women’s soccer action. It was the first college shutout for Houston in just her second game at Colorado Mesa. Houston, of Grace Christian High fame, spent her previous three seasons… Read more »

Alaskans have Embry-Riddle soccer flying sky high

September 9, 2016

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is world renowned for specializing in aviation and aerospace. Even the women’s soccer team is on the rise. With the help of three Alaskans, Embry-Riddle of Prescott, Arizona, has posted a 3-0-1 record to start the NAIA season. Sophomore Callie Orizotti of Anchorage is a starting midfielder who is averaging 70 minutes… Read more »

Ariela Lewis named SWAC Soccer Offensive Player of the Week

September 6, 2016

Alabama State’s Ariela Lewis of Anchorage has been named Southwestern Athletic Conference Offensive Soccer Player of the Week. The senior scored in three consecutive games last week with goals against Troy on Tuesday, Jacksonville on Friday and North Florida on Sunday to become the SWAC’s leading scorer. She is currently one assist shy of becoming… Read more »

Parker nets hat trick, assist in first college game at Hamline

September 3, 2016

You get only one shot to make a first appearance and Siri Parker of Anchorage had a dream start to her first college soccer game. The Hamline University freshman scored three goals and assisted on another in a 10-1 victory over Wisconsin-Superior in NCAA D3 action in Minnesota. Parker, of Service High fame, netted her… Read more »

Rogers pumps instant life into new Multnomah soccer program

September 1, 2016

The Multnomah University men’s soccer program is still in its infancy stage, having been born just last season. The Lions were in need of a player to lead the program. They found one in Fischer Rogers of Anchorage. The freshman has pumped instant life into the NAIA team, scoring the game-winning goal in his first… Read more »

Froehle makes Manhattan debut, settles into life in Big Apple

August 26, 2016

Lorenzo Froehle of Anchorage is adjusting to life in the big city after a few weeks at Manhattan College in New York. “It was definitely hard in the beginning. I definitely struggled at first because I was homesick, but now I’m loving it here,” he told The Riverdale Press. “I don’t call home much because… Read more »