Women’s Soccer: Tiger’s Win 1-0 over cross-town rival Huskies
The Dalhousie Tigers women’s soccer squad improved their record to 2-2-1 with a 1-0 victory over the St Mary’s University Huskies at Huskie Stadium on Friday, Sept. 25. The win puts the Tigers back to .500 for the season.
In the first half the Tigers were able to fire 12 shots while only allowing one, yet Huskies keeper Ashley Blank made six saves to keep the score 0-0 at halftime.
Morgan MacIntosh finally broke through and put one on the board for the Tigers in the 58th minute when she scored her first goal of the season.
That one goal proved to be enough as the Tigers held on for the win.
The Tigers had 16 shots in the second half for 28 in total. Blank made 16 saves in a tremendous performance for the Huskies.
The Tigers won 11 corners while surrendering none.
Katie Morgan made one save for the clean-sheet in net for the Tigers.
Women’s Soccer: Tigers Fall 2-1 to Sea-Hawks
The Dalhousie Tigers women’s soccer squad fell 2-1 to the Memorial Sea-Hawks at Wickwire Field on Saturday, Sept. 26. The loss drops the Tigers back under .500 on the season with a 2-3-1 record.
The first half of the match presented chances at both ends of the field. The Tigers were able to score first when Shea Jeffery-Novak buried her third of the season in the 26th minute.
The lead did not last long as the Sea-wolves answered back with a goal by Jessie Noseworthy in the 39th minute.
The Sea-Hawks almost scored again when Jane Pope sent a shot past Tigers Keeper Katie Morgan but Rachelle Lalande was able to clear it off the line to send the match to halftime at 1-1.
The second half continued to be a back and forth affair with chances for each team.
The Sea-Hawks were able to secure the win late in the match when Emily Baily scored in the 82nd minute.
The Tigers had three shots in the match while allowing seven. There were no corners in the game.
Next up for the Tigers soccer squad is a match against the Acadia Axewomen on Friday, Oct. 2 in Wolfville, NS. They will then play a home game at Wickwire Field against the University of P.E.I Panthers on Saturday, Oct. 3.