Oct. 29, 2004
Cedar Falls, IA – The University of Iowa women’s soccer team defeated in-state rival Northern Iowa on Thursday, 3-1. The Hawkeyes recorded a season high 21 shots, including 11 shots on goal. All three goals were scored by Iowa freshmen.
Iowa opened up their scoring account in the 19th minute when freshman Jamie Maltman sent in a cross that glanced off the Northern Iowa goalkeeper right to the foot of freshman Kelsie Full, who scored her second goal in as many games to give the Hawkeyes the lead. Full was once again active, blasting a cross in the 36th minute that found freshman Melisa Kaetterhenry to give Iowa a 2-0 lead at halftime.
Northern Iowa scored their first goal in the second half when Abby Luensmann sent in an indirect free kick that bounced off Iowa goalkeeper Britta Vogele and Sarah Huffer found the net to make the score 2-1. Iowa scored 39 seconds later when sophomore Lindsey Phillips made a sliding pass into the 6-yard box that freshman Ashley Schlueter blasted into the back of the net for the final score of the game.
Iowa’s defense was strong, giving up only one goal on 10 shots. Senior goalkeeper Britta Vogele recorded four saves on the night.
The Hawkeyes wrap up the 2004 season on Sunday against Iowa State. Match time is set for 1 p.m. at the Iowa State Soccer Complex.