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Women's Soccer

A Look Back At Women's Soccer

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12/2/2015

Women's Soccer Weekly Release - Final

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CAL POLY
Instagram: calpolysoccer
Twitter: @CPWomensSoccer

CP Honors Nine: Cal Poly closed out its 2015 campaign with Cal State Fullerton Sunday where the Mustangs honored its nine seniors prior to the Titans taking the game in a 2-1 decision.  Altogether, the nine seniors combined to close out their collegiate careers with a 20-11-2 record in Big West action.  The senior class also helped the Mustangs to a conference crown in 2013.

Senior Salute:  The nine seniors saw 124 goals and 19 shutouts in four years.  In those four years the Mustangs broke 10 program records and three Big West records.  The seniors combined for 404 games and 27,795 minutes and played in front of five of the biggest crowds in program history.

In The Books: Senior goalkeeper Alyssa Giannetti continues to climb in the Big West record book for career stops (380) while senior forward Elise Krieghoff owns the all-time best mark in shots (339).  Krieghoff is also second-best in career goals (52) and points (112).  Krieghoff’s 52 goals and Giannetti’s 7,030 minutes and 380 saves all rank in the top seven in the NCAA career categories.


CAL STATE FULLERTON
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Twitter: @CSUF_WSoccer

NCAA Action: Cal State Fullerton battled No. 11 USC to a 3-3 draw at the end of double overtime to take the game into penalty kicks in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.  After USC’s keeper blocked the first CSF attempt, the Trojans would advance 4-3. 

Big Dance, Big Goal Total:  Fullerton’s three-goal performance versus USC is just the third time a Big West program has netted three scores in a single outing.  The Titans have recorded all three (2005, 2006, 2015).

Three-Peat:  CSF earned its third Big West Tournament title in a row after a 4-2 win over UC Santa Barbara in the semifinals and a 1-0 victory versus Long Beach State in the title game.  2015 marks the second time in program history that the Titans earned back-to-back-to-back Tournament titles (2005-07, 2013-15).  CSF is the only team in conference history to accomplish the feat.

Most Valuable Player: Midfielder Christina Burkenroad earned Tournament MVP honors after recording three goals and two assists in the tournament.  The senior is the first in Big West history to earn the award in back-to-back seasons.

Dynamic Duo: One of the nation's most dynamic duos shared what it is that makes the pair so successful on the field.  Read their story here in "Somewhere, Soulful" and check out their ESPN3 feature here.

CSUN
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Twitter: @Matador_WSoccer

Senior Celebration: CSUN battled to an exhillerating 3-2 overtime victory Sunday on senior day to end its 2015 campaign with a win.  The Matadors honored five before the final home match.

Sunday Result: 
With the win over UC Santa Barbara, the Matadors snapped a three-game losing streak in OT dating back to 2014.

#BWCWords:  Head coach Keith West on season - “You can go back to all the tough teams we’ve played and all the tough environments we’ve played in, we’ve never given up. That’s one thing I have to give this team so much credit for. They’ve had a never say die attitude all year.”

Season Success:  With 11 wins in 2015, CSUN recorded its most wins in a single campaign since the 2012 season.

Sanchez Owns The Record:  Earlier this season, sophomore Cynthia Sanchez netter her 10th goal on the year to set a new single season record for the program.  The sophomore closed out the year with 11 on the year.

 

NCAA Tournament game #1 @ 1pm #gobeach

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LONG BEACH STATE
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Twitter: @LBSUSoccer

NCAA Recap:  Long Beach State fell to No. 12 Santa Clara 1-0 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on the road.  2015 marked the fifth time in eight years the 49ers appeared in the NCAA Tournament after earning an at-large bid.  

Winning Record: 
The Beach closed out its 2015 campaign with a 12-7-3 mark, its best win-percentage since 2011.

Keeper Returns:  Junior goalkeeper, Ashton McKeown, made her first start in the Tournament since Oct. 16.  The keeper recorded six saves in the outing and ended the year with a conference-best 0.62 goals-against average.

Shutout Savvy:  With 12 shutouts on the year, the Beach set the pace for Big West and recorded the most blank sheets in league.

Crown The Beach:  Long Beach State recorded a 2-0 shutout win over UC Davis in its final outing of the regular season to finish the year with 18 points, enough to earn the Big West regular season title for the first time since 2008.


UC DAVIS
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Twitter: @UCDAVISWSOC

Victory At The Finish Line:
  UC Davis sent off its six seniors with a 2-1 win at UC Irvine to cap off its season that saw a 10-7-2 overall record and a 3-4-1 mark in league.  The Aggies upped its win total from a season ago, improving on a 5-11-3 overall mark and a 2-4-2 record in league.

2015 Squad Sets Win-Streak Mark: 
Earlier this season the Aggies won five consecutive contests to set a new program record.  Five back-to-back Ws is the longest streak of clean sheets recorded by any UC Davis women’s soccer team since its transition to Division I play in 2007.

#BWCWords:
  Head Coach Twila Kaufman on Aggie mentality - “In this program, we talk a lot about playing for something bigger than yourself. We have so many freshmen and underclassmen who are learning and growing; they wanted to send the seniors out with a win and play a strong game for them.”

Promising Between The Posts:  Freshman goalkeeper Alexis Smith led the Big West with 10 shutouts in 19 starts.  Her 757:30 minutes in conference paced the Big West.

UC IRVINE
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Twitter: @UCIwsoc

Two-Game Skid: 
UC Irvine fell to Cal Poly on the road in a 2-0 shutout before dropping a 1-0 contest to UC Santa Barbara at Harder Stadium, Sunday.  With two contests remaining in the regular season, the Anteaters will travel to Hawai‘i Thursday and will return to Irvine Sunday to host UC Davis on senior day.

#BWCWords:  Clarissa Robles on Senior Day: “I wish that we had a different outcome, but being out there with the girls for a last time, I’m never going to forget it. Playing out here for the last time and being with these group of girls and representing UCI is something I’m never going to forget.”

Tobin Towers: Irvine goalkeeper, Corey Tobin, finished her senior campaign with 77 stops, the second-most in the Big West.  The senior has almost trippled her season save totals from the previous three years and completed her four years with 124 saves in her career.

Round Up: 
Irvine recorded seven shutouts in 2015, the fourth-most in league while its three in conference ranked fifth-best.

 

Highlanders Win! Next Stop The Big West Tourney! #flipthepoll

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UC RIVERSIDE
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Twitter: @UCR_Athletics

Tournament Showing:  UC Riverside dropped a 1-0 overtime decision to runner-up Long Beach State in the semifinals, Thursday.  That evening UCR recorded seven shots, one save and earned two corner kicks.

Postseason:  With a 1-0 shutout win versus CSUN, UC Riverside claimed the fourth and final spot in the Big West Tournament to appear in the postseason for the first time since 2013.  For the second time in three years, UCR appeared in the Big West Tournament after most recently playing Cal State Fullerton in the title game in 2013.  That year the Highlanders earned the #3 seed and upended UC Irvine in the semis in a 2-1 overtime thriller.

Seson Recap:  Riverside’s 11 wins are the second most in program history behind the 2004 squad that posted 13.  UCR’s five wins in league tie the mark set by the 2003 team.  Riverside’s 116 team shots on goal is third-best in league while their 244 total shots takes in fourth-most in the Big West.  With five wins in conference, the Highlanders tied their program record for Ws in league.  UCR also posted their lowest RPI in a decade (63).

UC SANTA BARBARA
Instagram: ucsbwomensoccer
Twitter: @UCSBWomenSoccer

Tournament Recap:  UC Santa Barbara fell to Cal State Fullerton 4-2 in a record-breaking match, Sunday, in the semifinals of the Big West Tournament.  The game’s collective six scores tied the all-time record for goals scored in a single game.

Gauchos Claim Title:  UC Santa Barbara earned an impressive 18 points in league to tie reigning champion, Cal State Fullerton, and Long Beach State.  With 18 points the Gauchos clinched a share of the regular season title, earning just its third all-time and first since 2006.

Postseason Showing: In its first postseason appearance since 2009, UCSB found the back of the net twice on goals from sophomore Amanda Ball and freshman Sydney Magnin.  Maddie Gibson picked up an assist in the outing and goalkeeper Beth Ritter recorded six saves.

Gauchos Go Big:  UCSB capped off its season that saw a 13-6-1 overall record and a 6-2-0 mark in league.  Freshman Mallory Hromatko led the Gauchos with 9 goals and six assists for 24 points, a league third-best.

HAWAI'I
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Twitter: @UHWahineSoccer

Senior Send Off:  Hawai‘i recognized Lidia Battaglia, Tiana Fujimoto, Amanda Bates and Erica Young before their final contest on the year, Thursday. The Rainbow Wahine dropped a 2-0 decision to UC Irvine at home and moved to 3-14-1 overall and finished out the conference portion of their schedule at 0-8-0. 

Leading The Pack:  Sophomore Dani Crawford led the Rainbow Wahine with three goals and six points while midfielder Storm Kenui paced the ’Bows with three assists.  Over the course of the season, 12 ’Bows scored at least a single goal while four found the back of the net two or more times.

Berger Leads The Backline: Goalkeeper, Mong Berher, capped off her junior campaign with 46 saves and 29 goals against in 13 starts for a 2.29 goals-against average.  Berger played 1140:56 minutes in goal while Erica Young logged 422:55 minutes between the posts.  All three Ws belonged to Berger.



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