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Scheduled Game: Queen's CIS gold

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Game Date: 11/11/2012Location: Victoria, BC
Game Time: 2:30 PMAttendance: 1567
Referee: Carol Anne Chenard, Asst. Referee: M.J. Charbonneau, Amanda Velutini, Alt. Official: Sheena Dickson, Timekeeper: Emily Singer, Scorer: Natalie Wise
Trinity WesternQueen's
Goals
Goal Scorer(s)Colleen Webber (8) - 120:00
Attack
Total Goals Scored00
Penalty Goals00
Shots On Target105
Total Shots2213
Corner Kicks45
Defence
Saves510
Penalties Conceded00
Discipline
Red Cards00
Yellow Cards01
Offside10
Other Fouls910
Trinity Western
#NAMEMINGASSPP
1Kristen Funk (GK)99050,2,3,0,0
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
8Colleen Webber990/02/20
9Natalie Boyd990/05/10
11Jessica King490/00/00
12Tessa Meyer990/00/00
13Vanessa Kovacs990/00/00
7Alicia Tesan990/04/30
14Krista Gommeringer990/06/10
4Jilian Dietrich990/00/00
5Lindsey Pulice990/02/10
21Jennifer Castillo990/00/00
Substitutions
3Stephanie Chin290/00/00
16Kristen Santema110/01/10
25Isabella Di Trocchio110/00/00
Queen's
#NAMEMINGASSPP
21Madison Tyrell (GK)990104,2,0,4,0
#NAMEMINY/R(C)S/SOGGoal
6Jessie De Boer990/00/00
9Alexis McKinty990/01/00
10Laura Callender320/00/00
12Riley Filion990/05/10
4Breanna Burton891/01/10
15Jennifer Siu990/00/00
18Jackie Tessier800/03/10
13Chantal McFetridge990/02/10
16Mikyla Kay990/01/10
17Melissa Jung990/00/00
Substitutions
1Brittany Almeida290/00/00
5Rachel Colarossi670/00/00

Game Recap

Game Recap

Gold: CIS women’s soccer championship
Trinity Western prevail in kicks to capture fourth CIS title

Nov. 11, 2012

 

 



VICTORIA (CIS) – At the end of a scoreless battle between national powerhouses, the Trinity Western University Spartans edged the defending two-time champion Queen’s Gaels 4-2 on kicks from the penalty mark in the gold-medal final of the CIS women’s soccer championship at Centennial Stadium, on Sunday afternoon.

Trinity Western and Queen’s have now combined to claim the last five Gladys Bean Memorial Trophies. The Spartans had triumphed in both 2008 and 2009, while the Gaels came up just short in their bid to become the first team in history to three-peat as CIS women’s soccer champion.

Both programs have a history of dramatic CIS title matches. Trinity Western won its first banner in PKs back in 2004 and also prevailed in kicks in 2009. Queen’s won in overtime two years ago and edged Montreal in kicks in last year’s final.

In today’s shootout session, fifth-year goalkeeper Kristen Funk showed why she was voted to the first all-Canadian team this season. After Queen’s third shooter, Alexis McKinty, missed high to give the Spartans the advantage, the native of Calgary all but sealed the victory when she jumped to her left to stop Jessie De Boer’s shot. With TWU up 3-2, team captain Colleen Webber, also of Calgary, scored the game-winner.

Stephanie Chin, Alessandra Oliverio and Natalie Boyd also scored for Trinity Western, while Riley Filion and Mikyla Kay found the back of the net for Queen’s.

It wasn’t Webber’s first PK heroics at nationals. In 2009, as a freshman, the defender had netted the winning goals against Queen’s in the semifinals and Montreal in the gold-medal match.  

Funk was named player of the game for the winning side, while teammate Jennifer Castillo, a third-year defender from Surrey, B.C., was voted tournament MVP and received the Gunn Baldursson Memorial Award.

“I think our nerves caused us to play a little bit out of how we normally play but credit to my kids for hanging in there,” said Graham Roxburgh, who made CIS history as the only head coach to win four CIS titles in women’s.

“It wasn’t the prettiest of games but it was a tremendous battle,” said Queen’s coach Dave McDowell. “There was tremendous tackling by both teams and a few chances both ways but penalties are penalties.”

The Spartans outshot the Gaels 9-3 in the opening half.

Midfielder Riley Filion had the most promising attempt for the Gaels in the 19th minute. Funk was caught out of her net on a scramble but Filion’s open-cage attempt was well blocked by the Trinity Western defence.

Krista Gommeringer, the Canada West rookie of the year, had a chance in the 31st to advance the Spartans when Jessica King flicked on a crafty pass but Gommeringer’s one-timer was cleaned up well by Gaels rookie keeper Madison Tyrell.

Both teams continued the physical and competitive defensive showcase after the halftime break, allowing very few opportunities. But in the 75th minute, Gommeringer had her second chance to put the game away. Webber threaded the needle on a pass to Alicia Tesan, who out-paced the Gaels back line to find Gommeringer at the near post, but her volley sailed wide.

A minute later, a ball was cut back to Gaels’ Breanna Burton, looking for her third goal of the tournament, but Funk made an excellent diving save at the near post.

In the 90th minute, Tyrell was forced to come out to Gommeringer on a 50-50 ball outside the box but Gommeringer was able to dodge the challenge, only to have her attempt stymied in final desperation by McKinty. With neither team able to capitalize, two 15-minute periods of extra time were added to the clock.

In the 98th minute, Gaels striker Jackie Tessier had a clear scoring chance when the Spartans’ Tessa Meyer turned the ball over. Webber slipped at the top of the box but Funk, again, made the save on the spinning shot.

Tyrell made two fantastic point-blank saves one after another, first on Alessandra Oliverio at the top of the six-yard box and then on Tesan from distance. With the stunning play of Tyrell and Funk, it was inevitable that the game would go to kicks.

The University of Toronto will host the CIS women’s soccer championship in 2013.

SCORING SUMMARY
TWU: 0-0-0-0: 1 (4-2 kicks)
QNS: 0-0-0-0: 0

First half
(no scoring)
Second half
(no scoring)
 
Extra time (2 x 15 mins: no golden goal)
(no scoring)
 
Kicks from penalty mark
QNS Riley Filion, goal
TWU Stephanie Chin, goal
QNS Mikyla Kay, goal
TWU Alessandra Oliverio, goal
QNS Alexis McKinty, no goal (missed)
TWU Natalie Boyd, goal
QNS Jessie De Boer, no goal (saved)
TWU Colleen Webber, goal
 
Goalkeepers:
TWU: Kristen Funk (W, 0 GA, 5 saves, 120:00, 3-0)
QNS: Madison Tyrell (L, 0 GA, 10 saves, 120:00, 2-1)
 
Team stats
Shots: TWU 22, QNS 13
Shots on net: TWU 10, QNS 5
Corners: TWU 5, QNS 5
Offsides: TWU 2, QNS 0
Fouls: TWU 9, QNS 10
Yellow cards: QNS (Breanna Burton)
Red cards: none

Players of the game:
TWU: Kristen Funk
QNS: Jessie De Boer

CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS
 
Gunn Baldursson Memorial Award (Tournament MVP): Jennifer Castillo, Trinity Western

R.W. Pugh Fair Play Award: Dalhousie Tigers

Tournament All-Stars:
Goalkeeper: Kristen Funk, Trinity Western
Defender: Gillian Baggott, Ottawa
Defender: Amy Lawrence, Victoria
Defender: Jessie De Boer, Queen’s
Defender: Jennifer Castillo, Trinity Western
Midfielder: Jaclyn Sawicki, Victoria
Midfielder: Alexis McKinty, Queen’s
Midfielder: Natalie Boyd, Trinity Western
Midfielder: Vanessa Kovacs, Trinity Western
Striker: Breanna Burton, Queen’s
Striker: Alicia Tesan, Trinity Western

SCHEDULE & RESULTS (all times PACIFIC TIME)

Official championship website: http://english.cis-sic.ca/championships/wsoc/index

Thursday, Nov. 8
11:00 Quarter-final 1: Ottawa 3 Cape Breton 1
13:30 Quarter-final 2: Queen’s 2 Dalhousie 0
16:30 Quarter-final 3: Trinity Western 2 Wilfrid Laurier 1
19:00 Quarter-final 4: Victoria 2 Sherbrooke 1

Friday, Nov. 9
11:00 Consolation 1: Dalhousie 1 Cape Breton 0
13:30 Consolation 2: Sherbrooke 1 Wilfrid Laurier 0
16:30 Semifinal 1: Queen’s 4 Ottawa 1
19:00 Semifinal 2: Trinity Western 1 Victoria 0

Saturday, Nov. 10
14:30 Consolation final (5th place): Dalhousie 1 Sherbrooke 0

Sunday, Nov. 11
11:30 Bronze medal: Victoria 1 Ottawa 0 (4-1 kicks)
14:00 Championship final: Trinity Western 1, Queen’s 0 (4-2 kicks)

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Trinity Western Period: 1Queen's
Kristen Funk at goalie for Trinity Western.00:00
00:00Madison Tyrell at goalie for Queen's.
00:47Shot by QUEENS Jackie Tessier HIGH.
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Queen's.
Shot by TWU Krista Gommeringer BLOCKED.08:47
Shot by TWU Lindsey Pulice, SAVE Madison Tyrell.10:14
Foul on Queen's.
Shot by TWU Colleen Webber, SAVE Madison Tyrell.11:34
Corner kick by TWU Alicia Tesan [12:00].12:00
Foul on Trinity Western.
18:35Shot by QUEENS Riley Filion BLOCKED.
23:11Corner kick by QUEENS Alexis McKinty [23:11].
Corner kick by QUEENS Alexis McKinty.
23:45Corner kick by QUEENS Alexis McKinty [23:45].
23:54Header Shot by QUEENS Riley Filion WIDE.
Foul on Queen's.
Shot by TWU Colleen Webber, SAVE Madison Tyrell.24:39
Foul on Queen's.
Offside against Trinity Western.25:40
Corner kick by TWU Alicia Tesan [28:38].28:38
Corner kick by TWU Alicia Tesan [29:20].29:20
Header Shot by TWU Krista Gommeringer WIDE.29:26
Corner kick by TWU Alicia Tesan [30:16].30:16
Header Shot by TWU Krista Gommeringer WIDE.30:29
Shot by TWU Krista Gommeringer, SAVE Madison Tyrell.30:51
32:10QUEENS substitution: Rachel Colarossi for Laura Callender.
34:45QUEENS substitution: Brittany Almeida for Breanna Burton.
TWU substitution: Stephanie Chin for Jessica King.34:45
Shot by TWU Alicia Tesan WIDE.41:18
Foul on Trinity Western.
Foul on Queen's.
Shot by TWU Lindsey Pulice BLOCKED.43:39
45:00Corner kick by QUEENS Alexis McKinty [45:00].
Foul on Queen's.
End of period [45:00].-END-45:00End of period [45:00].-END-
Trinity Western Period: 2Queen's
Start of 2nd period [45:00].45:00Start of 2nd period [45:00].
45:00QUEENS substitution: Breanna Burton for Jackie Tessier.
TWU substitution: Jessica King for Stephanie Chin.45:00
Shot by TWU Natalie Boyd, SAVE Madison Tyrell.49:37
Foul on Trinity Western.
51:52Shot by QUEENS Chantal McFetridge, SAVE Kristen Funk.
Shot by TWU Natalie Boyd HIGH.53:34
55:35Shot by QUEENS Riley Filion BLOCKED.
Foul on Trinity Western.
TWU substitution: Kristen Santema for Jessica King.58:46
Header Shot by TWU Kristen Funk WIDE.59:47
Shot by TWU Natalie Boyd HIGH.61:13
Foul on Queen's.
62:42Yellow card on QUEENS Breanna Burton.
64:13QUEENS substitution: Jackie Tessier for Brittany Almeida.
Shot by TWU Kristen Santema, SAVE Madison Tyrell.69:17
Foul on Queen's.
TWU substitution: Isabella Di Trocchio for Kristen Santema.69:55
73:22Shot by QUEENS Alexis McKinty WIDE.
Shot by TWU Krista Gommeringer WIDE.74:04
75:12Shot by QUEENS Breanna Burton, SAVE Kristen Funk.
75:37Corner kick by QUEENS Alexis McKinty [75:37].
75:48Shot by QUEENS Jackie Tessier BLOCKED.
75:56Shot by QUEENS Chantal McFetridge WIDE.
Foul on Trinity Western.
TWU substitution: Stephanie Chin for Isabella Di Trocchio.80:46
Foul on Queen's.
Shot by TWU Natalie Boyd HIGH.88:17
Foul on Queen's.
End of period [90:00].-END-90:00End of period [90:00].-END-
Trinity Western Period: 3Queen's
Start of OT period [90:00].90:00Start of OT period [90:00].
Offside against Trinity Western.90:31
Foul on Trinity Western.
93:38Shot by QUEENS Mikyla Kay, SAVE Kristen Funk.
94:23Shot by QUEENS Riley Filion BLOCKED.
98:17Shot by QUEENS Jackie Tessier, SAVE Kristen Funk.
TWU substitution: Alessandra Oliverio for Tessa Meyer.99:23
Foul on Trinity Western.
100 minutes.100 minutes.
Shot by TWU Krista Gommeringer BLOCKED.103:08
105:06Shot by QUEENS Riley Filion, SAVE Kristen Funk.
End of period [105:00].-END-105:00End of period [105:00].-END-
Trinity Western Period: 4Queen's
Start of OT2 period [105:00].105:00Start of OT2 period [105:00].
105:00QUEENS substitution: Brittany Almeida for Breanna Burton.
Shot by TWU Alicia Tesan, SAVE Madison Tyrell.106:52
Shot by TWU Alicia Tesan, SAVE Madison Tyrell.107:45
Foul on Trinity Western.
Header Shot by TWU Natalie Boyd HIGH.111:00
Shot by TWU Alessandra Oliverio, SAVE Madison Tyrell.116:38
Shot by TWU Alicia Tesan, SAVE Madison Tyrell.118:24
Corner kick by TWU Alicia Tesan [118:54].118:54
119:00QUEENS substitution: Breanna Burton for Jackie Tessier.
TWU substitution: Caitlin Haines for Lindsey Pulice.119:00
End of period [120:00].-END-120:00End of period [120:00].-END-
Trinity Western Period: SOQueen's
Start of SO period [120:00].120:00Start of SO period [120:00].
Shootout attempt by QUEENS Riley Filion MADE [Kristen Funk].
Shootout attempt by TWU Stephanie Chin MADE [Madison Tyrell].
Shootout attempt by QUEENS Mikyla Kay MADE [Kristen Funk].
Shootout attempt by TWU Alessandra Oliverio MADE [Madison Tyrell].
Shootout attempt by QUEENS Alexis McKinty MISSED [Kristen Funk].
Shootout attempt by TWU Natalie Boyd MADE [Madison Tyrell].
Shootout attempt by QUEENS Jessie De Boer MISSED [Kristen Funk].
TWU Colleen Webber Shootout GOAL off Madison Tyrell.
End of period.-END-End of period.-END-

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