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Archive for September, 2004

Women’s Soccer Victorious in Conference Opener

September 29th, 2004

Westmont Women’s Soccer cruised to a 8-0 victory at Russ Carr Field against Hope International University (3-6, 0-1). The Warriors scored six times in the second half outshooting the Royals 59-1 in the game. Eight different Warriors put the ball in the net, including three freshmen who scored the first goals of their college careers.

Freshman Kayla Crandall began the scoring in the fifth minute when she tapped in a from pass from sophomore Jane Wyche. Senior midfielder Katie Cates returned to the lineup after being sidelined with an injury during the team’s first scrimmage. Cates scored the second goal of the contest off an assist by sophomore Anna Gropp.


Warriors lose two over the weekend

September 27th, 2004

The Warrior’s struggled during a weekend road trip losing matches at Hope International and #6 Concordia.

Friday’s game saw the Warriors come up short in a five game battle with Hope International. Game scores were 30-18, 30-22, 28-30, 28-30, 15-11. The Warriors were without the services of Kristen De Groot and Jennifer Van Beek who were sidelined with injuries. Anna Lieberman was called upon to help fill the void and led the team with 15 kills and a .308 hitting percentage. Kelsey Voetman connected on 14 kills while Malinda Reese had 11 kills and 27 digs. Leslie Carroll had 39 assists.

[Hope International stats][Concordia stats]

#21 Westmont Wins Conference Opener

September 25th, 2004

Four different players scored to lead the Warriors to a 5-0 victory in their conference opener against Hope International University (1-6, 0-1). Blake Thompson scored just two minutes into the game, heading the ball into the net off a cross from Kevin Saiki. Eight minutes later, Saiki scored on a rebound when Luke William’s shot bounced off the keeper’s hands.

In the 23rd minute, Williams dribbled down the right side of the field and connected from 15 yards out to give the Warriors a 3-0 lead. Saiki recorded his second assist of the game when he passed to Carver Peterson in front of the net. Peterson’s shot from 5 yards gave the Warriors a 4-0 lead going into halftime.


#24 Westmont upsets #19 Notre Dame de Namur

September 18th, 2004

In a seasaw battle between two ranked teams, #24 Westmont triumphed in overtime 3-2 at #19 Notre Dame de Namur (9-2).

Six minutes into the first overtime period, Luke Williams took a pass on the lefthand side. Going one-on-one with the Argonaut defender, Williams was able to break free and get off a perfectly placed shot that went just past the outstreched hands of the NDNU keeper and into the right corner of the net.


Westmont Sweeps Own Invitational

September 18th, 2004

For the fifth time in the events’ 24 year history, Westmont won both the men’s and women’s races at the Westmont Invitational. With a score of 49, the men’s squad outpaced second place Fresno-Pacific by 21 points. Westmont’s top runner was Aaron Meggazi who finished in third place with a time of 27:03 in the 8K race. Unattached runner Aaron Olswanzer finished first with a time of 26:30 and Eloy Quintana of Fresno Pacific came in second at 26:41.

Other Westmont men’s finishers included David Rosen (27:28) in seventh, Robert Cherry in 13th (27:45) and Nick Martin (28:21) in 21st. A fast field reshaped the top 25 times list as the first five men and eight women added their names to the fastest runners of the Westmont Invitational.

[women’s stats] [men’s stats]

Warriors win home opener

September 17th, 2004

After opening the season with nine road games, the Warriors celebrated their home opener with a 3-0 (31-29, 30-24, 30-26) defeat of the Azusa Pacific Cougars.

Kelsey Voetman had 17 kills and Kristen De Groot added 12 while attaining a hitting percentage of .476. Amber Donovan had 43 assists and 5 service aces.

The Warriors (4-6, 1-2) will host #19 California Baptist (9-2, 1-2) on Saturday evening at 7:00 pm.


Men’s Soccer Falls to Redlands

September 15th, 2004

The visiting University of Redlands Bulldogs (3-1-1) took revenge on the Warriors of Westmont with a 3-1 victory at Russ Carr field. A lost to the Warrior’s last year was the only blemish on Redlands’ otherwise perfect regular season record. The desire to settle the score was evidenced in the Bulldogs’ on field hustle and intensity as Redlands outshot the Warriors 13-5.


Women’s Soccer Suffers Difficult Loss at Redlands

September 15th, 2004

A look at the stat sheet makes it difficult to understand the scoreboard. Despite outshooting the Bulldogs 29-4, the Warriors dropped their record to 2-3 in losing a double overtime game to Redlands 2-1. The Warriors’ dominance of the game included an 8-3 advantage on corner kicks but they could not turn the opportunities into goals. Four Warriors had at least four shots, but their only goal came in the 56th minute when Kristi Peich’s shot ricocheted off the cross bar and Jessica Schoepke was there to punch it and tie the score at one.