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Huntington (Ind.)
(RV)Indiana Wesleyan
Women's Soccer - Sat, Oct. 7, 2017

MARION, Ind. – On a very windy day, the Indiana Wesleyan women’s soccer team prevailed on Homecoming defeating the Foresters, 2-1 in double overtime. Netting her fourteenth goal of the year, Tia Sanford would seal the deal for the Wildcats with five minutes remaining in the second overtime. 

 

Score:  Indiana Wesleyan - 2  | Huntington (Ind.) - 1

Records:  Indiana Wesleyan 8-1-2, 1-1-1   |   Huntington (Ind.) 6-5-1, 2-1-0

NAIA Top-25 Ranking:  Indiana Wesleyan - #RV   |   Huntington (Ind.) - Not Ranked

Location:   Wildcat Field   |   Indiana Wesleyan University   | Marion, Indiana 


 

SCORING SUMMARY

 

MATCH MOMENTS

  • Huntington would double up IWU, 6-3 in corner kicks.
  • IWU edged Huntington, 10-7 with shots on goal.     
  • Lexis Garcia recorded her seventh assist on the year.
  • Karen DeYoung netted her first goal of the season.

 

PLAYERS PERSPECTIVE

 

 

 

UP NEXT FOR WOMEN’S SOCCER

  • Indiana Wesleyan will remain home taking on Grace (Ind.) at 7 PM on October 11.
  • Last year the Wildcats fell to Grace in the NCCAA Midwest Regional Finals. Grace earned the automatic bid to the NCCAA National Tournament as they won a 3-2 PK shootout. 
Final12OT2OTF
Huntington (Ind.)01001
Indiana Wesleyan10012
Scoring Summary
PeriodTimePlayer
1 43:19Karen DeYoung (Indiana Wesleyan)
2 55:35Matea Knispel (Huntington (Ind.))
2OT105:29Tia Sanford (Indiana Wesleyan)
Huntington (Ind.)Indv. LeadersIndiana Wesleyan
#9 Matea Knispel - 1Goals2 Players (#7,#14) - 1
NoneAssists 2 Players (#1,#8) - 1
#9 Matea Knispel - 10Shots 2 Players (#7,#8,#6) - 1
#17 Paige Coolman - 8Saves #1 Alex Seabeck - 7
Huntington (Ind.)Team StatisticsIndiana Wesleyan
16 (8)Shots (on goal) 20 (12)
10Saves 7
4Fouls 7
6Corner Kicks 3
0Offsides 3
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