Sept. 19, 2006
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IOWA CITY – The Setting
The University of Iowa women’s soccer team opens Big Ten play this weekend, traveling to Northwestern and Wisconsin. The Hawkeyes face Northwestern Friday at 4 p.m. in Evanston and Wisconsin Sunday at 1 p.m. in Madison.
Overtime Goal Gives Iowa Win Over Iowa State
The Hawkeyes evened the 2006-07 Hy-Vee Cy-Hawk Series with a 1-0 overtime win against Iowa State last Tuesday. Iowa City native Kelsie Full netted her first career game-winning goal during extra time to secure the victory.
In the 95th minute, Full took a through-ball from sophomore Stephanie Hyink and blasted a shot across the goal in the the left upper-90.
Junior Melisa Kaetterhenry nearly scored the match winner in the 94th minute, but a great save by Iowa State goalkeeper Ann Gleason kept the match alive.
Iowa’s defense produced its second shutout of the season while junior goalkeeper Lindsey Boldt recorded her first shutout in goal as a Hawkeye.
Iowa Blanks Bears
Iowa recorded a 3-0 shutout last Friday against Northern Colorado at the Gopher Invitational. Junior goalkeeper Lindsey Boldt tallied her second-straight shutout in goal.
Junior Ashley Schlueter got the Hawkeyes on the board in the 44th minute when she caught Nothern Colorado goalkeeper Chrissy Marvin off her line and chipped in a shot from 35 yards out.
Sophomore Kelly Warner scored Iowa’s second goal in the 52nd minute off assists from Stephanie Hyink and Kathleen Smokowski. Sophomore Manon Engelhardt put the match away in the 88th minute with a goal off a loose ball in front of the net.
Late Goals For Big Green
Dartmouth handed Iowa a 5-0 defeat Sunday at the Gopher Invitational. The Big Green netted four second half goals in the final 15 minutes of play.
Iowa held the potent Dartmouth offense to just one goal on 11 shots in the first half, but goals in the 76th, 80th, 85th and 86th minute led to the Big Green win.
The Northwestern Wildcats are 4-4-0 overall.
Shannon Schneeman has nine points (three goals, three assists) to lead the Wildcat offense.
Lauren Johnston has 29 saves with a 1.45 goals-against average in net.
The Wildcats are coached by Stephanie Erickson. Iowa trails in the all-time series, 3-5-1.
The Wisconsin Badgers are 3-2-2 overall.
Taylor Walsh leads the Badger offense with eight points (three goals, two assists).
Stefanie Szczechowski has played six games in goal with a 2-2-2 record. She has 18 saves and a 1.13 goals-against average.
The Badgers are coached by Dean Duerst. Iowa trails in the all-time series, 2-5-2.
Sophomore Stephanie Hyink and junior Kelsie Full are proving to be a pretty good combination up front for the Hawkeyes.
Out of the eight goals Iowa has scored this season, four have been scored by either Hyink or Full. Hyink or Full have also been given an assist on six of those eight goals as well.
In addition, Full and Hyink have linked up for four goals. Hyink scored off a Full assist against Loyola and Eastern Michigan. Full also scored against Eastern Michigan and Iowa State off assists from Hyink.
Boldt Steps In
Junior goalkeeper Lindsey Boldt has recorded a 3-2-1 record since replacing Ali Becker, who suffered an injury against Nebraska on September 3.
Boldt has tallied 31 saves with a .795 save percentage. She recorded her first career shutout in a 1-0 overtime win at Iowa State and followed with a 3-0 shutout win against Northern Colorado.