Women’s Soccer

UJ 3 Dordt 0

SIOUX CENTER, Iowa– Three second-half goals propelled the University of Jamestown women’s soccer team to a 3-0 win over Dordt University Saturday afternoon, snapping a two-match losing streak.

The Jimmies run their record to 5-3-0 overall and 3-3-0 in the Great Plains Athletic Conference. Dordt falls to 5-5-1 overall and 4-4-1 in the GPAC.

Neither team found a goal in the opening forty-five minutes, with UJ putting just one of its three shots on target. Dordt had three of seven shots on goal in the first half.

Kamryn Fiscus (SO/Yakima, Wash.) netted the opening goal of the match, striking in the 48th minute for a 1-0 Jimmie lead.

Claire Struble (JR/Murrieta, Calif.) doubled the Jamestown advantage, taking a Briana Perry (JR/Las Vegas, Nev.) pass in the 55th minute to make it 2-0.

Karlie Hintze (SO/Herald, Calif.) rounded out the scoring in the 85th minute on an assist by Kirstyn Aldridge (SR/Williamsburg, Va.).

Jamestown outshot the Defenders 7-1 in the second half, including 6-1 on goal.

Alex Nowka (SO/Anchorage, Alaska) was credited with four saves in her third clean sheet of the season.j

The Jimmies are back in action Wednesday at Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.) University.

Men’s Soccer

UJ 4 Dordt 2

SIOUX CENTER, Iowa– The University of Jamestown men’s soccer team snapped a two-match losing streak, scoring a season-high four goals Saturday afternoon in a 4-1 win over Dordt University.

Jamestown improves to 2-4 overall and 2-3 in the Great Plains Athletic Conference. The Defenders are now 3-8 overall and 2-6 in the GPAC.

The Jimmies tallied their goals over a span of 14 minutes, 53 seconds in the first half.

Aaron Pike (JR/Milton Keynes, England) opened the scoring in the 16th minute as the Jimmies took a 1-0 lead.

Dordt came back with a Blake Hansen goal in the 17th minute to tie the match at one.

Pike struck again in the 21st minute with an assist by Diego Valle (JR/Yucaipa, Calif.) to put the Jimmies up 2-1.

Ruben Zepeda (SR/Puebla, Mexico) made it 3-1 in the 27th and Luis Zepeda (SO/Puebla, Mexico) extended the lead to 4-1 in the 31st minute. Max Gross (SO/Boeblingen, Germany) assisted on the goal.

The Defenders managed just one second-half shot in the first 42 minutes of the second half, but had three shots go high three minutes inside of full time. Hansen notched his second of the match with 40 seconds to play, making it 4-2 in favor of the Jimmies.

Shots ended 21-12 in favor of Jamestown, as did shots on goal (14-6).

Alex Hamer (JR/Solihull, England) made three saves for the Jimmies, who are back in action Wednesday at Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.) University.


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