Posts Tagged: Soccer

Miller, Uhart, Luhrs represent Alaska as NWAC soccer all-stars

November 12, 2019

There are two dozen Alaskans playing soccer in the NWAC, but Malia Miller of Juneau, Abigail Uhart of Anchorage and Jacob Luhrs of Fairbanks proved to be top shelf. The three stars were selected to the NWAC all-star team. Miller is a freshman midfielder for Bellevue College and one of the prolific playmakers in the… Read more »

Tuttle scores fourth goal to reach double figures in points

November 4, 2019

With four points in four games, Zack Tuttle of Kenai has reached double figures for the Whatcom Community College men’s soccer team. The freshman forward found the net in the 61st minute of a 4-0 win over Shoreline in the NWAC. Tuttle, of Kenai High fame, has collected 4-2-10 totals in 18 games. He ranks… Read more »

Bellevue moves to 8-0 when marvelous Miller registers a point

November 2, 2019

Bellevue College has one of the top-ranked women’s soccer teams in the NWAC, but Juneau’s Malia Miller brings a special X favor to the equation. So much so the team is 8-0 when she registers a point. The freshman forward bagged a goal and assist to fuel Bellevue’s 5-1 win over Lower Columbia in Longview,… Read more »

VanOrd’s first goal for Western Oregon proves to be game winner

October 31, 2019

Anchorage’s Danielle VanOrd led the Western Oregon University women’s soccer team to a historic victory. The junior forward bagged her first goal of the season to provide a 1-0 win over Concordia, snapping the team’s four-game winless streak at Tuominen Yard in Portland, Oregon. VanOrd, of Bartlett High fame, buried a shot in the top… Read more »

Currier, Heil each collect points as Embry-Riddle stays hot

October 24, 2019

Anchorage’s own Megan Currier and Erica Heil each contributed points to help the Embry-Riddle women’s soccer team beat Sierra Nevada 5-0 in Prescott, Arizona. The win extended the team’s conference-best nine-game unbeaten streak. Currier, of South High fame, scored in just the fifth minute to get the party started. It was her third goal of… Read more »

Clifford came into senior year with one goal – now he’s got five

October 23, 2019

Anchorage’s Britton Clifford this year has turned into a bona fide goal scorer for the Whitworth University men’s soccer team. The senior midfielder has scored four times in 15 games, including three goals in the last six games. His latest goal came in the 74th minute of a 2-0 win over Pacific in Spokane, Washington…. Read more »

Wilson, Sac State match NCAA’s longest active unbeaten streak

October 22, 2019

Anchorage’s Mia Wilson and the Sacramento State women’s soccer team are riding the longest unbeaten streak in the country. The two-month, 15-game run without a loss matches Virginia and George Washington for the longest unbeaten streak in the country. Sacramento State has posted a 9-0-6 record since a 3-1 loss Aug. 23 to UC Davis… Read more »

Childers bags goal, assist in same game for first time at SOU

October 21, 2019

Good things happen when super sub Madison Childers of Anchorage comes on for the Southern Oregon University women’s soccer team. The remarkable reserve ranks among the points-per-minute leaders in the Cascade Collegiate Conference. In a 4-0 win over Northwest Christian, she had a goal and assist in the same game for the first time as… Read more »

Wortham pushes points streak to 4, Clark’s division streak to 61

October 17, 2019

Whitney Wortham of Soldotna has drastically picked up her scoring over the last two weeks as the Clark Community College women’s soccer team continues to win. The sophomore forward has bagged at least one point in four straight games to help Clark remain unbeaten in the NWAC’s South Division. Clark has gone 9-0-1 in the… Read more »

Sims kickstarts The Master’s 2-1 win with fifth goal of season

October 14, 2019

Anchorage’s Kayla Sims got the party started for The Master’s University women’s soccer team in a 2-1 win over Menlo College in California. The forward scored in the 35th minute to give the Mustangs a 1-0 lead, helping the team improve to 7-3-3 on the season. Sims, of South High fame, is tied for tenth… Read more »