UWS Men’s and Women’s Soccer Take on Strong Competition

UWS Men’s Soccer continues to find success

The men’s soccer team hasn’t had a notch in the loss column since September 19th, winning five times, and tying a single game against UW-Oshkosh.
The last week of September the team traveled to Ripon Wisconsin to take on Ripon College. The Jackets were led by Trevor Laroche- Theune and Nate Engel, who each notched a goal. Zach Harwerth was in goal for the Jackets and shut down both of Ripon College’s shots. The Jackets totaled 13 shots, scoring on two of the shots.

The Jackets then hosted Northland College in Duluth and put together a group effort shutting out Northland. Six different Jackets scored in the 6-0 win. Ben Royce, John Levenick, Nate Engel, Logan Klatt, Seth Aycock, and Nico Railef all tallied a goal. The Jackets goaltenders split time in the victory. Zach Harwerth logged 62 minutes, and Matt Elder logged 28 but neither goaltender saw a shot on goal. The Jackets however had 18 shots on goal, converting on six of the shots.

The Jackets looked to keep their streak going and headed to Collegeville, MN to take on Saint John’s University. The Jackets were led by Matt Kelley, and John Levenick who each scored in the 2-1 victory. Matt Elder was in between the pipes for the Jackets and stopped eight of the nine shots he faced. UWS totaled 11 shots capitalizing on two of the shots.

The Jackets next host St. Olaf College and look to add onto their winning streak.

UWS Women’s Soccer look to end losing streak

As October began the Jackets looked to start fresh and start the month on the winning note with three home games. They began that fresh start hosting Northland College. Katelyn Adams and Miranda Garrelts were able to find the back of the net, but Northland was able to convert as well. The game resulted in a 2-2 tie after the second overtime. Kalea Hatlewick played all 110 minutes in goal and stopped six of the eight shots.
The Jackets then hosted UW-Stout hoping to find their first win in October. However the Blue Devils were too much to handle. UW-Stout put 19 shots on Alexandra Paige and scored on seven of the shots. The Jackets only managed to record three shots on goal. Nichole Casler was the only Jacket to score in the 7-1 loss.

After a tie and a loss the Jackets hoped to finally find a victory in the month of October when they hosted UW-River Falls. The Jackets struggled getting shots on net finishing with only one, which went past the River Falls goaltender. Chelsea Cossin tallied her third goal of the season. Kalea Hatlewick faced 14 shots, stopping 11 of them. The Jackets will now travel to Stevens Point looking for their first win in October.

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