Posts Tagged: Soccer

Dearborn ties game in first half with goal for Concordia

September 18, 2019

Kyle Dearborn of Wasilla came up clutch for the Concordia University men’s soccer team once again. The freshman forward found the net in the 20th minute of a 3-2 loss to Sonoma State University in NCAA D2 action in Rohnert Park, California. His goal tied the game at 1-1 after the Cavaliers had given up… Read more »

Sims pushes goal total to four, tied for 5th in GSAC in points

September 17, 2019

She was one of the best college volleyball players from Alaska, and now Kayla Sims of Anchorage is quickly becoming one of the state’s most prolific goal scorers. The Master’s University grad student has racked up four goals and 10 points in nine games as she competes a fifth year for the NAIA Mustangs of… Read more »

Wilson never comes off the field for red-hot Sacramento State

September 16, 2019

The Sacramento State women’s soccer team is riding a seven-game unbeaten streak over the last three weeks. Anchorage’s Mia Wilson has been on the field for every moment. The senior defender has played all 670 minutes of the unbeaten streak to help the Hornets go 5-0-2 to assert themselves as the top team in the… Read more »

Adams’s resilience rewarded with first assist of college career

September 11, 2019

If dependability and durability are defined by playing time, then Greyson Adams of Anchorage is an MVP candidate for the Colorado School of Mines men’s soccer team. The redshirt junior midfielder has played every minute of both games this season and has logged a full 90 minutes in four of his team’s last six games…. Read more »

Waite scores second winning goal for Southern Oregon this year

September 10, 2019

When Southern Oregon University needed to convert a penalty kick, they knew exactly who to call on. Aislinnn Waite of Anchorage. The senior midfielder/forward cashed in on a penalty shot in the 84th minute to lift the Raiders to a 1-0 win over Sonoma State in Turlock, California. It was the NAIA team’s first win… Read more »

Miller picks up in college where she left off in high school

September 9, 2019

One of the most prolific high school soccer players from Alaska is off to a great start in college. Juneau’s Malia Miller ranks second on Bellevue College with five points on two goals and an assist in her first four games. The freshman forward is coming off her best game in the NWAC with a… Read more »

Childers enjoys instant success moving from defense to offense

September 6, 2019

Shortly after Madison Childers of Anchorage joined the Southern Oregon University women’s soccer team her world was turned upside down. She was moved from defense to offense after the coach changed her position. “I usually play center back so striker has actually been a change,” she told me. “I definitely have to be more creative… Read more »

Dearborn praised for poise and precision in victorious CU debut

For the second time in five years, the Concordia University men’s soccer team won its season opener after an Alaskan scored the winning goal. In 2015 it was Anchorage’s Zak Naylor. Last night it was Kyle Dearborn of Wasilla. Dearborn, of Colony High fame, scored his first college goal on his first shot to power… Read more »

Centeno bags goal, assist to lead Spokane to 5-3 win in NWAC

September 5, 2019

Nelson Centeno of Anchorage provided the bookends for the Spokane Community College men’s soccer team’s 5-3 win over Bellevue after assisting on the first goal and scoring the final goal. The freshman midfielder set up the first goal of the game just two minutes after kickoff. Then in the 85th minute, he scored to seal… Read more »

Clifford scores first career game-winning goal for Whitworth

September 3, 2019

Anchorage’s Britton Clifford recorded his first career game-winning goal in his Whitworth University men’s soccer career. The senior midfielder cleaned up a loose ball off a corner kick in the 79th minute as the Pirates beat the University of Redlands 2-1 in Redlands, California. The sequence started off with a Pirate corner kick that made… Read more »