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Amanda Dominguez, Drury Panthers (2013)

Drury Lady Panthers Shutout KY Wesleyan

Amanda Dominguez, Drury Panthers (2013)
Amanda Dominguez, Drury Panthers (2013)
Drury Panthers – 2
KY Wesleyan Panthers – 0
A pair of first half goals were enough for Drury to get past the visiting Panther’s today. The game-winner was scored by Alyssa Alcorn (video below) in the 21st minute when she headed Hilary Cockrell’s corner kick just over the goalkeeper for her first goal of the season. Katie Pritchard (Waynesville) scored the second goal when she beat the keeper to a ball on the edge of the six yard box and tapped it in.

Allcorn scored at the 20:37 mark with a header off a Hillary Cockrell corner kick for a 1-0 advantage, then struck again at 35:24 when sophomore Katie Pritchard scored from three yards out off assists by junior Nicole Williams and freshman Kara Steiner. Senior keeper Jessie Sanderson picked up her fifth shutout of the season and school-record 35th of her career in goal for the Panthers, who out-shot Kentucky Wesleyan (2-10, 1-10 in the GLVC) by an 11-4 margin.

Drury, which improved to 6-6-1 overall and 4-5-1 in the GLVC, will hit the road next weekend for league matches at Indianapolis on Friday and Northern Kentucky on Sunday.


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Kelly Gallagher, Drury (2013) attacking against Haley Long, Rockhurst (2014)

Panthers Give Up Lead To Hawks

Kelly Gallagher, Drury (2013) attacking against Haley Long, Rockhurst (2014)
Kelly Gallagher, Drury (2013) attacking against Haley Long, Rockhurst (2014)
Drury Panthers – 1
Rockhurst Hawks – 2
From the DruryPanthers.com website – Rockhurst struck for two goals in a six-minute span in the second half to charge past Drury for a 2-1 victory in their Great Lakes Valley Conference women’s soccer match Sunday afternoon at Harrison Stadium.

The Hawks improved to 4-2-1 overall and 2-1-1 in GLVC play, while Drury fell to 3-4 and 1-3.

The Panthers went on top first on a goal from 10 yards out by sophomore Kelly Gallagher at 29:09, her second on the season, with junior Nicole Williams picking up the assist.

But, trailing 1-0 at the half, the Hawks went on the attack in the second half. Haley Long – the younger sister of DU senior Kelsy Long – scored from 15 yards out with an unassisted goal at 60:01, and Margaret Rubin followed with another off a Danielle Boyce assist from two yards out at 66:59.

Rockhurst keeper Lucy Sullivan and the Hawks shut out the Panthers from there in a match that saw the teams fire off 11 shots each. Sullivan and DU keeper Jessie Sanderson were credited with five saves apiece.

Drury is back in action next Friday at Harrison, playing host to Maryville in a 1:30 p.m. GLVC match.

(NOTE: Sunday’s match was televised by Mediacom-22 on a tape-delayed basis, with replays to run on Monday (2 p.m.), Thursday (2 p.m.) and next Sunday (6 p.m.). In each case, the broadcast will start with the replay of the DU-Rockhurst men’s match won by the Panthers 3-2 in two OTs).

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Chloe Moushey, Drury Panthers, Named 1st Team All-GLVC

GLVC Soccer: Drury Panthers host Quincy HawksCongratulations to Chloe Moushey, Senior defender for the Drury Panthers, who was named to the ALL-GLVC FIRST TEAM today. Chloe is pictured in red, defending against Lewis earlier this month.

Offensive Player of the Year: Meredith Novak, UW-Parkside
Defensive Player of the Year: Laukiā€™i Cheng, UW-Parkside
Freshman of the Year: Shannon Becker, UW-Parkside
Coach of the Year: Troy Fabiano, UW-Parkside
The entire group of selectees can be seen here.

In addition to Chloe, Forward Nicole Williams, Fr., Drury was named to the ALL-GLVC SECOND TEAM while Back Sabrina Drennan, Fr., Missouri S&T and Goalkeeper Jessie Sanderson, So., Drury were named to the ALL-GLVC THIRD TEAMbengali escorts in dubai

Coesters Regional GLVC College Soccer Report

GLVC Soccer: Drury Panthers vs Lewis FlyersDrury Panthers – 2
Lewis Flyers – 1
The Lady Panthers clinched a GLVC playoff berth with their win tonight at home. The teams were tied at the half as neither team could develop a rhythm, or maintain control long enough to score. Drury broke through in 52nd however when Nicole Williams ran onto a long ball from Kelsy Long and put a well-placed shot under the charging goalkeeper and into the far side netting. The Flyers tied it in the 76th and were applying pressure until William’s got the game winner in the 82nd. This time it was winning a foot race for a loose ball, carrying it from right to left into the box, where she buried her shot into the upper 90 (pictured) at a full run. Sweet.

GLVC Soccer: Drury Panthers vs Lewis FlyersDrury Panthers – 1
Lewis Flyers – 2
The Panthers faced the #21 ranked Flyers this evening and started as well as you could hope, when Marco Cherisma scored on a blast from just inside the box in the 2nd minute, after receiving the ball from Andre Bordelon, who had beatem his man on the right side. It was a back-and-forth affair this evening, with both sides creating numerous chances (see below). In the end, it was the Flyer’s two front runners who earned the points for the visitors. Nestor Hernandez got to a loose ball in front of the goal in the 60th and Cory Mastey sealed the win in the 86th minute with his goal.

4th Flyers get two chances on corners – 10th Steve Wilczewski’s shot pushed just wide – 19th Wilczewski breaks in from the right side, two shots blocked in front of the net – 31st Bordelon unmarked on right, cuts left in front but his shot is saved – 32nd GREAT reaction save by Logan Hoffman (pictured) on a Lewis blast from the spot – 38th Marco Cherisma goes out – 47th Drury clears two opportunities from in front of the net – 60th Lewis ties it, by #9 – 86th Lewis scores, by #16 the other front runner.

Quincy Lady Hawks – 2
Missouri S&T Miners – 1
The Hawks got an early goal from Jenna Boyko in the 13th, and a late goal from Becky Fleming in the 87th, to earn the win. The Miner’s got within one again when Rachel Wille scored off of her own rebound in the 88th minute. asia escort dubai

Sunday Ozarks Regional College Report

Missouri Southern LionsMissouri Southern Lions – 1
Texas Woman’s – 2
Theresa Sanches scored the tie-breaking goal on a penalty kick in the 57th minute to propel the Texas Woman’s Pioneers to the win. The score came just seven minutes after the Lions (2-1) evened the match on a Sarah Evers goal from 10 yards out. Brianna McKenzie (Webb City) earned her 1st start of the season while Lindsay Altman (Joplin) and Brianna Ragains (Lebanon) also saw playing time.

Missouri Southern host MIAA foe, the Central Missouri Mules, on Thursday at 7:00 pm at home. Head coach Trevor Wachsman is two wins shy of reaching 50 for his career (48-35-18 in his sixth season). It would be a nice weekend if they could get wins against the Mules and SBU who visit Saturday.

The Missouri Southern Lion’s men’s squad lost a pair of games this weekend. On Friday, Colorado State – Pueblo beat them 3-1, taking a 2-0 lead before the Lion’s Greg Edmonds scored from an assist by Stuart Ziegler (West Plains). Today’s game against Colorado-Colorado Springs saw the Mountain Lions score just four minutes into the match, adding another tally in the 71st minute for the victory.

Miners Logo headMissouri S&T Miners – 1
Illinois Springfield Prairie Stars – 3
The Prairie Stars were outshot by the Miners 26-9 in the game and had only five shots on goal to the Miners’ 11. However, UIS turned two counterattack plays into goals in the first half and rode the play of NAIA All-American goalkeeper Chance Walker to keep S&T at bay as it tried to rally in the second half. The Miner’s goal was scored by Brandon Moore (Rolla) in the 58th minute, he was joined by Zack Hay (Kickapoo) in the starting lineup.

Missouri S&T Lady Miners – 2 (OT)
Emporia State Hornets – 1
The Lady Miners soccer squad picked up a 2-1 overtime win at Emporia State on Sunday afternoon on Melissa Young’s goal 2:48 into overtime. Young headed a shot inside the right post off a feed from Paige Smothers. The Miner’s win finished ESU’s first ever 2-0 start to season.

On Friday, the Miners lost to Christian Brothers 0-1, the lone goal coming in the 55th minute from a crowd in front of the box. Zack Hay (Kickapoo) once again got the start in the game for S&T.

This Friday, Southern Indiana visits to open the GLVC calendar for the Miners. The women will play at 5:00 and the men at 7:30 pm. Sunday will feature Kentucky Wesleyan with games at 12:00 pm and 2:30 pm. Both

Drury Panthers LogoDrury Panthers – 5
Harding Bison – 1
Drury University’s men’s soccer Panthers spotted Harding an early goal, then rolled to a 5-1 victory over the Bison here on Sunday afternoon. Steve Wilczewski (Glendale) scored two goals, Adam Peterson (Kickapoo) added one along with an assist and Danny Collins (Glendale) assisted on a goal as well. Kyler Temple (Kickapoo) and Alex Palmer (Kickapoo) also saw playing time in a game that also welcomed back Tyson Bramley from injury and Ben Taylor who picked up two assists.

Drury Lady Panthers – 2
Harding Bison – 3
The Lady Panthers fall, after giving up 3 goals in just over 4 minutes. The game winner for the Bison came in the 88th minute, pushing the Panthers to 0-2-1 this season. It is the first win for the Bison, who lost 5-4 in OT to the MSSU Lions, last week. Goals were scored by Mandi Little and Nicole Williams, both in the 2nd half.

The Panthers hit the road Friday for their first GLVC game at UMSL where they’ll take on the Tritons. They’ll return home on Sunday to host Southern Indiana

The Southwest Baptist Bearcats had the weekend off, after seeing their game at Rolla cancelled at halftime. They at Emporia State (KS) Thursday evening and at Missouri Southern Saturday afternoon at noon as they open MIAA play.

Missouri State Bears – 0
St Louis University Billikens – 0
The Bills out-shot the Bears 11-6 in the first half, 8-3 in the second stanza and 8-1 in the two overtime periods for an overall 27-10 advantage. Freshman goalkeeper Hannah Perry was forced to make just one save in posting her third consecutive shutout. Missouri State’s Jackie Jasper made nine saves. escotrs