Posts Tagged: Soccer

Cobb notches 25th goal of star-studded Duke career

October 26, 2014

Chugiak’s Kelly Cobb scored in her first start with the Duke University women’s soccer team four years ago and today she scored in her final home game. The senior striker now needs one more goal in the season finale to reach the top 10 in school history. With her team down 1-0 entering the second… Read more »

Naylor scores twice, propels Concordia into first place

October 21, 2014

When the Concordia University men’s soccer team recruited Anchorage’s Zak Naylor it was because of his strength, technique and ability to score goals. He hasn’t disappointed. Naylor bagged two more goals in a 4-0 road win over Northwest University in Washington in a battle for first place in the Cascade Collegiate Conference. The junior transfer… Read more »

Lewis nets back-to-back hat tricks for Alabama State

October 14, 2014

When you average more than a point per soccer game, chances are you’re going to have huge games. Well, Anchorage’s Aaliyah Lewis had a humongous week. The Alabama State sophomore striker scored eight goals in three games over seven days, including back-to-back hat tricks. The former Alaska player of the year torched Arkansas-Pine Bluff and… Read more »

Querin torments Regis, named RMAC defender of the week

Something about playing Regis University brings out the best in Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer player Oliver Querin of Palmer. He has four goals in 44 career games – all four of them against Regis. Querin struck again, scoring the lone goal as Colorado Mesa beat NCAA D2 No. 8 Regis 1-0 in a matchup… Read more »

Jelinek nets winner for nationally ranked Carnegie Mellon

October 11, 2014

Just a freshman, Keely Jelinek of Anchorage is already logging big minutes and making big plays for Carnegie Mellon University, ranked fourth in NCAA D2 women’s soccer. The center defender scored the game winner in a 2-1 win over No. 12 University of Chicago, which pushed Carnegie Mellon’s record to 9-0. Jelinek’s first college goal… Read more »

Naylor bags goal, assist in Concordia victory

October 8, 2014

Anchorage’s Zak Naylor converted his first three-point game in his young career with the Concordia University men’s soccer team. The junior transfer scored a goal and assisted on the game winner in a 3-1 victory over Northwest Christian University in Oregon. He scored in the 12th minute after corralling a deflection and beating the keeper… Read more »

Lewis nets two goals, now has 23 in 32 career games

October 5, 2014

Where would the Alabama State University women’s soccer team be without Aaliyah Lewis of Anchorage? The sophomore striker scored both her team’s goals in a 3-2 loss to Howard in NCAA D1 action in Alabama. Lewis has scored or assisted on all eight goals Alabama State has in 11 games this season. The former Alaska… Read more »

Faber comes in relief, sparks OT win for Northeastern

October 2, 2014

After falling behind 2-0 just 30 minutes into the game, the Northeastern University men’s soccer team rallied past Stony Brook in the second half. Dylan Faber of Anchorage did his part as the junior goalkeeper replaced the starter in net at the beginning of the second half and made two saves with a clean sheet…. Read more »

Querin assists on game-winning header for Colorado Mesa

September 30, 2014

The defending RMAC tournament champion Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team needed a boost. The Mavericks were stuck in a 1-1 tie with one-win Adams State University with only 15 minutes before the final whistle before Oliver Querin of Palmer came to the rescue. The senior defender set up the winning goal in the 75th… Read more »

Pendleton sets up game winner for Northern State

September 27, 2014

Normally just a reliable defender, Anchorage’s Bobbye Pendleton showed off her offensive side for the Northern State women’s soccer team. The sophomore defender assisted on the game-wining goal in a 2-1 victory over Wayne State in NCAA D2 action in South Dakota. Pendleton, of Dimond High fame, started the winning play in the 50th minute…. Read more »