Posts Tagged: Soccer

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 »

Miller extends 4-game points streak with late goal for Bellevue

Juneau’s Malia Miller extended her points streak to a season-high four games after scoring an insurance goal in Bellevue College’s 3-1 win over Centralia. The freshman forward found the back of the net in the 82nd minute for her third goal of the NWAC soccer season. She has 13 points in 11 games, including eight… Read more »

Wortham scores to help Clark extend division unbeaten streak

October 7, 2019

Soldotna’s Whitney Wortham keeps doing her part to help the Clark Community College women’s soccer team keep its stranglehold on the NWAC’s South Division. Clark extended its 58-game unbeaten streak against division rivals dating to 2014 after beating up on Chemeketa 9-1 in Salem, Oregon. Wortham, of SoHi fame, scored in the 20th minute to… Read more »

DeVassie leads Alaska women in NWAC with 4 goals for Portland

Anchorage’s Katerina DeVassie of the Portland Community College women’s soccer team is one of the more accurate shooters in the Northwest Athletic Conference. Ten of her 11 shots have been on goal, and she’s found the back of the net four times to rank second on her team. DeVassie, of West High fame, leads the… Read more »

Froehle secures Manhattan victory with first goal of the season

October 5, 2019

Anchorage’s Lorenzo Froehle scored his first goal of the season to lift the Manhattan College men’s soccer team to a 1-0 win over Quinnipiac in Riverdale, New York. This was the third consecutive one-goal victory for the Jaspers of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Froehle, of Bartlett High fame, was on the scoring end of… Read more »

Konjuhi has goal, assist in same game for first time for Tacoma

October 4, 2019

Tacoma Community College forward Gezim Konjuhi of Anchorage has racked up seven goals and five assists in his two-year career. But never has he achieved both in the same game. Until now. Konjuhi, of West High fame, scored in the 28th minute and earned an assist in the 73rd minute in a 6-0 NWAC win… Read more »

Clifford records first 3-point game in 4-year Whitworth career

October 3, 2019

Anchorage’s Britton Clifford recorded his first three-point game as a college player to lead Whitworth University to a 3-2 win over Puget Sound in Spokane, Washington. The senior midfielder scored in the 16th minute and then added an assist on the second goal in the 18th minute. This was his first multi-point game in 53… Read more »

Miller assists on half of Bellevue’s goals in 6-0 NWAC win

October 1, 2019

Malia Miller of Juneau set up the final three goals in Bellevue College’s 6-0 win over Green River in NWAC women’s soccer. The freshman midfielder assisted on goals in the 64th, 75th and 77th minute. Miller, of Juneau-Douglas High fame, is tied for sixth in the college league with four assists in eight games this… Read more »