Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Pilots Flight Report: Women's Soccer
Pilots soccer faced school rival Canadian Mennonite University and despite out chancing the blazers 17-4 the Pilots were unable to score and fell in double overtime shoots 5-4. The Pilots look to hit the reset button and focus onwards to the upcoming NCCAA North Region Championships.
GAME: Providence Pilots vs Canadian Mennonite University Blazers
SCORE: Loss 2-1 (OT, Shootout 5-4)
DATE: October 27, 2018
LOCATION: Winnipeg, MB
PILOTS KEY CONTRIBUTORS:
Morgan Andries with 4 saves and 2 penalty kick saves.
FROM THE COACH: This was one of those games where our team executed our game plan and played the type of soccer we have been preaching and working hard towards. As a coach the team played their hearts out and it is sad they didn’t get rewarded for it. We out chanced CMU and out played them, we just couldn’t finish and put the ball in the back of the net. What is awesome is the fact that our season isn’t over. We have lots of work to do and reset, refocus! Now it's time to look towards NCCAA North Region Championships.
PLAYERS VIEW: Our whole team fought hard for the entire 120 minutes, shootouts are always a tough way to end a game like that. Our focus is now shifted, and our team is ready to head down south for NCCAA regionals - Morgan Andries
NEXT UP: NCCAA North Region Tournament - See Tournament Schedule.
DATE: November 2 & 3, 2018
LOCATION: Watertown, WI