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2010 Archive

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

"Adams, Martin Receive More Honors"

Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) pictured left and Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) have been honored again. Each was named first team Academic All-Ohio by the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association and first team All-Ohio.

Martin carries a 3.85 grade point average and is a special education major. Adams is a nursing major and carries a 3.92 GPA. Both averages are on a 4.00 scale.

Martin was also a first team selection by the American Mideast Conference at midfield, after scoring 12 points on two goals and a team-leading eight assists. Adams was named to the All-AMC Second-Team as a forward. She led Walsh in goals scored with seven and overall points with 16.


Thursday, November 11, 2010

"Six Cavs on All-AMC Team; Martin First Team"

ALL-AMC TEAM

Six players from the Walsh University women's soccer team have been selected to the 2010 All-AMC Team. One player was selected to the first team, two players were selected to the second team, and three players were selected as honorable mentions.

Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) was selected to the All-AMC First-Team as a midfielder after scoring 12 points on two goals and a team-leading eight assists for the Cavaliers. Last year Martin was named to the All-AMC Second-Team.

Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) was selected to the All-AMC Second-Team as a goalie for the second time in her career along with her freshman year. Last year she was named to the All-AMC Third-Team. Zanney played in 16 games for the Cavs and allowed 18 goals for a 1.13 average. She made 68 saves and recorded seven shutouts on the year.

Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) was named to the All-AMC Second-Team as a forward. She led Walsh in goals scored with seven and overall points with 16.

Olivia Buttery (Fr., 5-4, Canton, OH/Jackson) was an honorable mention selection as a defender. She played in 13 games and scored one goal for the Cavs.

Erin Naumann (So., 5-1, Medina, OH/Highland) was also selected as an honorable mention as a defender. She played in 17 games. Last year Naumann was an All-AMC Third-Team selection.

Lauren Jokovich (Fr., 5-4, Canton, OH/Jackson) also earned All-AMC Honorable Mention honors. She played in 15 games and scored two goals and one assist for the Cavs.


Saturday, October 30, 2010

"Cavs Beat Cedarville In Defensive Struggle"

Walsh University won a tightly contested defensive struggle against Cedarville University 1-0 at Milazzo Field Saturday afternoon. It was the final regular season game for the Cavaliers who finish the season 11-6 overall and 5-5 in conference. It was Cedarville's last game as well as they finish the season 7-10-1 overall and 5-4-1 in conference play.

The deciding goal didn't come until late in the game when Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) scored off a corner kick by Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) in the 83rd minute. The Walsh defense remained strong and Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) provided her seventh shutout of the season and the Cavs' eighth overall.

Rachel Naumann (Sr., 5-3, Medina, OH/Highland) played in her final match as a Cavalier. In her career, she has played in 71 games, scoring 13 goals and six assists.

BOXSCORE


Wednesday, October 27, 2010

"Walsh Scores Three in Second to Beat Ursuline"

It took one half to get the Walsh offense started as the Cavaliers scored all of their goals in the second half in a 3-0 victory over Ursuline College Wednesday afternoon. The win improved the Cavs overall record to 10-6 and 4-5 in the conference. The Arrows fell to 9-7 overall and 3-6 in conference after winning five straight contests. Walsh remains undefeated all time against Ursuline, winning all seven matches between the schools.

The Cavs scored the first goal in the 51st minute when Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) took an assist from Kirsten Gillespie (Fr., 5-7, Hinckley, OH/Highland) and hit a hard shot that initially appeared to be saved, but slipped through the goalkeeper's hands. Eight minutes later, Walsh took advantage of a corner kick when Mollie Vanover (Jr., 5-8, Tipp City, OH/Tippacanoe) received the corner, passed it to Gina Pinzone (So., 5-6, Cleveland, OH/Padua Franciscan), who then passed it back to Vanover for the goal. Pinzone later added the third and final goal in the 84th minute on an assist from Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS).

Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) had an excellent game in goal providing her sixth shutout with seven saves. Altogether, Walsh outshot Ursuline 9-7.

The Cavs return to action Saturday evening with their final home match of the season against Cedarville. It's the first match of a men and women's doubleheader and is scheduled to start at 5 p.m.

BOXSCORE


GAME PREVIEW

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Ursuline College at Walsh University

WHERE: Milazzo Field

TIME: 3:30 pm

RECORDS:
Walsh University: 9-6, 3-5
Ursuline College: 9-6, 3-5

Walsh meets Ursuline College in an American Mideast Conference match-up. The game was originally scheduled for yesterday, but postoned due to the storms that crossed northeast Ohio. The Cavs and Ursuline are tied for eighth place in the AMC. Walsh and the Arrows each have nine points.

Saturday's 4-0 loss at Mount Vernon Nazarene eliminated the Cavs from post season play. Even with wins in their last two games, the most points the Cavs can accumulate is 15. Right now, Cedarville and Daemen each has 16 points and is fourth and fifth in the AMC.

Carley Adams leads the Cavs in scoring with five goals and 12 points (12th AMC). Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) leads the team with six assists and is second in scoring with ten points. Martin is tied for fourth in the AMC in assists per game (0.40). Rachel Rucker (5-5, Fr., Uniontown, OH/Lake) is next with three goals and six points. Zanney has a 1.30 goals against average (8th AMC) with five shutouts.

URSULINE: Ursuline has put together a five-match win streak. They defeated Malone 1-0 in their last AMC game and have won their last two conference games.

SERIES: Walsh leads the all-time series 6-0 and won 2-1 in overtime last year.

NEXT: Walsh is home to Cedarville University for a conference game on Saturday (10/30) at 5 pm in their final game of the season.


Tuesday, October 26, 2010

"Cavs/Ursuline Game Postponed; Will Be Played Wednesday"

Tonight's American Mideast Conference game with Ursuline College has been postponed. The two teams will make-up the contest at 3:30 on Wednesday.

Walsh is also home to Cedarville University on Saturday at 5 pm.


Saturday, October 23, 2010

"Cavs Blanked 4-0 at Mt. Vernon Nazarene"

BOXSCORE

(Mount Vernon, OH) Walsh's playoff chances took a serious hit today, after being shutout 4-0 at Mount Vernon Nazarene (10-4, 5-3) in an American Mideast Conference game. The loss drops the Cavs to 3-5 in the AMC and to 9-6 overall. The Cavs are home to Ursuline College for an AMC matchup on Tuesday at 7 pm.

The Cougars scored twice in each half in downing the Cavs and outshot them 18-10.


GAME PREVIEW

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Walsh University at Mount Vernon Nazarene University

WHERE: Mt. Vernon, Ohio

TIME: 1 pm

RECORDS:
Walsh University: 9-5, 3-4
Mount Vernon Nazarene University: 9-4, 3-4

Walsh travels to Mount Vernon Nazarene for a crucial American Mideast Conference match-up with the Cougars. With only three conference games to play, each game is a must win for the Walsh. The Cavs are seventh in the AMC, with five teams advancing to the post season. Walsh, with nine points, trails fifth place Mount Vernon (12) and sixth place Cedarville (10). After Saturday's game with Cougars, the Cavs play Ursuline on 10/26 and Cedarville on 10/30. Both matches are at home.

Molly Martin's (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) goal at the 68:47 mark to give the Cavs a 1-0 non-conference win at Shawnee State University on Tuesday. Despite outshooting the Bears 13-2 in the first half, the game remained scoreless. Martin would tally on an assist from Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) for the game winner. The Cavs outshot the Bears 28-7 for the game. Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) stopped three shots to record the shutout.

Carley Adams leads the Cavs in scoring with five goals and 12 points (12th AMC). Molly Martin leads the team with six assists and is second in scoring with ten points. Rachel Rucker (5-5, Fr., Uniontown, OH/Lake) is next with three goals and six points. Zanney has a 1.15 goals against average, with five shutouts.

MVNU: The Cougars have won two straight AMC matches, 3-0 vs. Carlow and 1-0 at Point Park on Tuesday. They have recorded nine shutouts and have only allowed six goals on the season. Keeper Jenessa Loewen is second in the AMC with a 0.46 GAA.

Jessica Estep is fifth in scoring with eight goals and 18 points.

SERIES: MVNU leads the all-time series 8-2 and won 1-0 at Walsh last year. The Cougars have won the last eight meetings. Walsh has not won in the series since 2001 (3-0) and won only once at Mount Vernon (3-2, 2000).

NEXT: Walsh is home to Ursuline College for a conference game on Tuesday (10/26) at 7 pm.


Tuesday, October 19, 2010

"Martin Goal Give Cavs 1-0 Road Win"

BOXSCORE

(Portsmouth, Ohio) Molly Martin's (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) goal at the 68:47 mark gave the Cavs a 1-0 non-conference win at Shawnee State University today (8-5). The win improves the Cavs to 9-5. Walsh returns to action on Saturday, when they travel to Mount Vernon Nazarene University for an important American Mideast Conference game at 1 pm.

Despite outshooting the Bears 13-2 in the first half, the game remained scoreless. Martin would tally on an assist from Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) for the game winner. The Cavs outshot the Bears 28-7 for the game.

Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) stopped three shots to record the shutout.


GAME PREVIEW

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Walsh University at Shawnee State University

WHERE: Portsmouth, Ohio

TIME: 3 pm

RECORDS:
Walsh University: 8-5
Shawnee State University: 8-4

Walsh travels to Portsmouth, Ohio for a non-conference game with former American Mideast Conference member Shawnee state University. Shawnee is now a member of the Mid-South Conference.

The Cavs lost 2-1 in an AMC contest last Saturday at home to Daemen. The Wildcats snapped a 1-1 tie in the last 12 minutes. Walsh's Gina Pinzone (5-6, So., Cleveland, OH/Padua Franciscan) had tied the game with her second goal of the season at the 65:06 mark of the second half, off an assist on crossing pass from Liz Broome (5-5, Fr., Doylestown, OH/Chippewa).

Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) leads the Cavs in scoring with five goals and ten points (14th AMC). Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) leads the team with six assists and is second in scoring with eight points. Rachel Rucker (5-5, Fr., Uniontown, OH/Lake) is next with three goals and six points.

SHAWNEE STATE: The Bears had a modest two-game win streak snapped by Indiana Tech, 5-0 on Saturday.

Keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) has an 1.25 goals against average (7th AMC).

SERIES: Walsh leads the all-time series 8-2.

NEXT: Walsh travels to Mount Vernon Nazarene University for a conference game on Saturday (10/23) at 1 pm.


Saturday, October 16, 2010

"Daemen Edges Cavs 2-1"

BOXSCORE

Daemen's Rachel Banasik scored at the 78:31 mark to snap a 1-1 tie and the give the Wildcats a 2-1 American Mideast Conference win over the Cavs at Milazzo Field. The loss drops Walsh to 8-5 overall and to 3-4 in the AMC, while Daemen improves to 5-3-1 in the AMC and to 10-4-1 overall.

Daemen's Lindsay Miller opened the scoring with an unassisted goal off a rebound at the 6:38 mark of the first half. Walsh's Gina Pinzone (5-6, So., Cleveland, OH/Padua Franciscan) then tied the game with her second goal of the season at the 65:06 mark of the second half, off an assist on crossing pass from Liz Broome (5-5, Fr., Doylestown, OH/Chippewa). Daemen's Banasik then tallied the game-winner with a little more than 11 minutes to play.

Daemen outshot the Cavs 7-5.

Walsh travels to Shawnee State for a non-league game on Tuesday at 3 pm.


GAME PREVIEW

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Daemen College at Walsh University

WHERE: Milazzo Field

TIME: 3:30 pm

RECORDS:
Walsh University: 8-4 overall, 3-3 in AMC
Daemen College: 9-4-1, 4-3-1 in AMC

Walsh and Daemen meet in an important AMC contest. The Wildcats are currently in fourth place in the AMC with 13 points, while the Cavs are in sixth place with nine points.

Walsh lost a heartbreaker, 1-0 to Notre Dame College at Brush High School on Monday night. Notre Dame's Emily Balodis snapped the scoreless tie early in the second half (47:32), then held off the Cavs the final 42 minutes. Walsh mustered just one shot in the first half and was outshot 17-7 for the night. Cavs keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded five saves.

Daemen is also on a one-game losing streak, falling 2-1 at Malone on Tuesday night.

The Cavs are 4-1 at home, while Daemen sports a 2-3 road mark.

Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) leads the Cavs in scoring with five goals and ten points (12th AMC). Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) leads the team with six assists and is second in scoring with eight points. Rachel Rucker (5-5, Fr., Uniontown, OH/Lake) is next with three goals and six points.

Keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) has an 1.18 goals against average (6th AMC).

Daemen's Kacey Bougard is fourth in scoring in the AMC with 21 points. She leads the Wildcats with nine goals. Daemen keeper Stephanie Aurand is seventh in the AMC with a 1.23 goals against average.

SERIES: Walsh leads the all-time series 3-2, but lost 2-0 at Daemen last year.

NEXT: Walsh travels to Shawnee State for a non-conference game on Tuesday (10/19) at 3 pm.


Monday, October 11, 2010

"Cavs Fall 1-0 at Notre Dame"

BOXSCORE

Walsh (8-4, 3-3) played its third consecutive 1-0 game, but unlike the first two, this time they fell short losing at Notre Dame College (6-2-3, 5-1-1) in an American Mideast Conference game tonight. Notre Dame's Emily Balodis snapped the scoreless tie early in the second half (47:32), then held off the Cavs the final 42 minutes.

Walsh mustered just one shot in the first half and was outshot 17-7 for the night. Cavs keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded five saves.

Walsh is back in action on Saturday, when they host Daemen College in an AMC game at Len Milazzo Field at 3:30 pm.


GAME PREVIEW - Monday, October 11, 2010

Walsh University at Notre Dame College

WHERE: Brush High School

TIME: 7:00 pm

RECORDS:
Walsh University: 8-3 overall, 3-2 in AMC
Notre Dame College: 5-2-3, 4-1-1

Walsh improvd to 3-2 in the AMC with a 1-0 win at Carlow University on Saturday night. Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) scored the game winner with a 1:58 to play. For Martin, it was her first goal of the season. Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded her second straight shutout and fourth of season, recording four saves. Walsh out shot the Celtics 18-9.

Carley Adams leads the Cavs in scoring with five goals and ten points (8th AMC). Martin leads the team with six assists and is now second in scoring with eight points. Rachel Rucker (5-5, Fr., Uniontown, OH/Lake) is next with three goals and six points.

Keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) has a 1.20 goals against average.

LAST YEAR: Last year after the 11 games the Cavs were 3-5-3.

Notre Dame is winless in their last two matches and played Malone to a scoreless overtime tie on Saturday. The Falcons had a five-game win streak snapped 3-2 by Daemen in their previous match.

AMC: The Falcons are third in the AMC and Walsh is fifth.

SERIES: Walsh leads the all-time series 12-2. The two teams split last year, Walsh won 2-1 in the regular season, but fell 2-0 on the road in the AMC Playoffs..

NEXT: Walsh is home for an AMC contest with Daemen College (9-3-1, 4-2-1) on Saturday at 3:30 pm.


Saturday, October 9, 2010

"Late Martin Goal Gives Cavs 1-0 AMC Win at Carlow"

(Pittsburgh, PA) Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) pictured left scored with 1:58 to play to give Walsh a 1-0 American Mideast Conference win at Carlow University (3-7-1, 1-6) tonight. The win improves the Cavs to 8-3 overall and to 3-2 in the AMC. The Cavs are back in action on Monday, when they play Notre Dame College (5-2-3, 4-1-1), at Brush High School, in an AMC battle at 7 pm.

Keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded her second straight shutout and fourth of the season.

Walsh outshot the Celtics 19-7.

BOXSCORE


GAME PREVIEW - Saturday, October 9, 2010

Walsh University at Carlow University

TIME: 6:00 pm

RECORDS:
Carlow University 3-6-1, 1-5 AMC
Walsh 7-3 overall, 2-2 in AMC

Walsh evened its AMC record at 2-2 with a 1-0 win over Malone University on Tuesday night. Walsh's goal was scored when Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) headed in a ball off the foot of Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) on a corner kick 23 minutes into the first half. Adams was set up in the box and timed her jump perfectly to send the ball into the right side of the net on the first touch. Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded her third shutout, and Walsh's fourth shutout, of the season. She saved the only shot she faced. Overall, the Cavaliers outshout Malone 4-1.

Carley Adams leads the Cavs in scoring with five goals and ten points (8th AMC). Rachel Rucker (5-5, Fr., Uniontown, OH/Lake) is next with three goals and six points.

Keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) has a 1.33 goals against average (8th AMC).

Carlow snapped a five-match winless streak with a 2-1 AMC win at Point Park on Tuesday. Marla Sasko leads the Celtics with five goals and ten points.

The Celtics have outscored 29-13. Keeper Oliva Clark has a 2.89 goals against average.

SERIES: Walsh leads 5-1 and won 6-0 last year.

NEXT: Walsh hits the road for an AMC contest at Notre Dame Collge on Monday night at 7 pm.



Tuesday, October 5, 2010

"Walsh Wins 1-0 Over Malone"

A header in the first half provided the difference in Walsh's 1-0 victory over rival Malone on a rainy Tuesday evening at Milazzo Field. The Cavaliers improve to 7-3 overall and 2-2 in the AMC. The Pioneers fell to 5-5 overall and 1-3 in the AMC.

Walsh's goal was scored when Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) pictured left headed in a ball off the foot of Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) on a corner kick. Adams was set up in the box and timed her jump perfectly to send the ball into the right side of the net on the first touch.

Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded her third shutout, and Walsh's fourth shutout, of the season. She saved the only shot she faced. Overall, the Cavaliers outshout Malone 4-1.

Walsh returns to action Saturday, Oct. 16 against Daemen College in AMC play with a start time of 3:30 p.m.

BOXSCORE


GAME PREVIEW - Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Malone University at Walsh University

TIME: 7:00 pm

WHERE: Milazzo Field

RECORDS:
Malone University 5-4, 1-2 AMC
Walsh 6-3 overall, 1-2 in AMC

Walsh meets crosstown rival Malone University in an American Mideast Conference match-up. The Cavs fell 4-0 to NAIA No. 10 Indiana Wesleyan on the road on Saturday. Wesleyan scored twice in each half in the win and limited the Cavs to only three shots on goal.

Malone posted its second consecutive shutout victory last Thursday night with a 3-0 triumph at NCAA Division III Franciscan University. The Pioneers pulled away quickly, scoring all three of their goals within the first 21 minutes of the match. Sarah Heckman played a part in Malone's first two scores as she assisted Cassy Daniels on the Pioneers' first goal in the seventh minute of play and then netted an unassisted goal of her own 11 minutes later. Katie Heckman (Sarah's sister) then pushed the margin to 3-0 in the 21st minute with her second score of the season. These three scores were more than enough for the Malone defense as keepers Angie Nutial and Ashley Kuhn combined to stop all four of Franciscan's shots on goal.

Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) leads the Cavs in scoring with four goals and eight points (9th AMC). Rachel Rucker (5-5, Fr., Uniontown, OH/Lake) is next with three goals and six points.

Jasmine Evans leads Malone in scoring with four goals. Keeper Angie Nutial is fourth in the AMC with a 1.08 GAA.

Keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) has a 1.50 goals against average (8th AMC).

SERIES: Walsh leads 7-5-2 and won 2-1 in overtime last year.

NEXT: Walsh hits the road for an AMC contest at Carlow University Saturday night at 6 pm.


Saturday, October 2, 2010

"Indiana Wesleyan Defeats Walsh 4-0"

The Walsh Cavaliers fell 4-0 to Indiana Wesleyan in a non-conference match Saturday afternoon. The Cavs now fall to 6-3 while the Wildcats improve to 8-2.

Indiana Wesleyan scored in the 10th minute on a penalty kick and again in the 18th minute. The Wildcats added two more goals in the second half with scores in the 52nd and 76th minutes. Walsh was outshot 16-7 in the game.

Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) made five saves in goal. Sara Boytim (So., 5-8, Springboro, OH/HS) came in and also made a save.

The Cavaliers return to action with a home match against rival Malone this Tuesday with a start time of 7 p.m.

BOXSCORE


GAME PREVIEW

Walsh University at Indiana Wesleyan University

TIME: 1:00 pm

RECORDS:Indiana Wesleyan 7-2 overall, 1-0 in MCC
Walsh 6-2 overall, 1-2 in AMC

Walsh meets NAIA No. 10 Indiana Wesleyan on the road in a non-conference game in Marion, Indiana. The Wildcats have won three straight and defeated AMC teams Cedarville University (3-1) and Malone University (2-0) last week. They have been ranked 10th the past two weeks. The Wildcats have allowed only four goals in their seven wins, with three shutouts.

Walsh won 2-1 at the College of Wooster (NCAA lll) on Tuesday in a non-conference battle. Rachel Rucker (Fr., 5-5, Uniontown, OH/Lake) scored the game-winner, unassisted, on a rebound at the 78:43 mark snapping a 1-1 deadlock.

Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) leads the Cavs in scoring with four goals and eight points (9th AMC). Rucker is next with three goals and six points. Walsh has outscored their opponents 14-8

Keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) has a 1.12 goals against average (5th AMC).

SERIES: Walsh trails 9-1. IWU won the last meeting, 5-2 in 2007.

NEXT: Walsh is home for rival Malone University in an AMC contest on Tuesday (10/5) at 7 pm.


Tuesday, September 28, 2010

"Cavs Edge Scots 2-1"

BOXSCORE

(Wooster, OH) Walsh improved to 6-2 on the season with a 2-1 non-conference win at the College of Wooster (6-5) today. The Cavs are back in action on Saturday, when they travel to Indiana Wesleyan for a non-conference game at 1 pm.

Wooster snapped a scoreless tie at the 47:38 mark when Erika Kay gave the Scots a 1-0 lead. Walsh scored the equalizer when Mollie Vanover (5-8,Jr., Tipp City, OH/Tippecanoe) scored on a header on an assist from Lauren Jokovich (Fr., 5-4, Canton, OH/Jackson) at the 69:18 mark. Rachel Rucker (Fr., 5-5, Uniontown, OH/Lake) pictured left then scored the game-winner, unassisted, on a rebound at the

78:43 mark. Walsh outshot the Scots 10-9.


Tuesday, September 28, 2010

GAME PREVIEW

Walsh University at College of Wooster

TIME: 4:30 pm

RECORDS:College of Wooster: 6-4
Walsh: 5-2

Walsh and Wooster meet in a non-conference match at Wooster today. The Cavs are looking to bounce back after a 3-2 double overtime loss at Roberts Wesleyan College on Saturday. The Scots had their three-game win streak snapped 1-0 in overtime at Misericordia University on Saturday,

Walsh is 2-1 on the road.

Carley Adams in eighth in the AMC in scoring with four goals and eight points. Keeper Jill Zanney is fifth in AMC with a 1.14 goals against average.

SERIES: Wooster leads the all-time series 4-2 with one tie. Walsh and the Scots tied 1-1 last year.

NEXT: Walsh plays at Indiana Wesleyan University on Saturday (1 pm).


Saturday, September 25, 2010

"Cavs Fall in OT at Roberts Wesleyan"

BOXSCORE

Walsh fell to 5-2 overall and to 1-2 in the American Mideast Conference, after falling 3-2 in double overtime at Roberts Wesleyan College (7-2, 3-0) this afternoon. The Cavs are back in action on Tuesday, when they travel to the College of Wooster for a non-conference game at 4:30 pm.

Walsh trailed 1-0 at the half and 2-0 in the second half, when Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) scored on an assist from Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) to trim the lead to 2-1 at the 73:47 mark. The Cavs then tied the game at the 79:29 mark, as Liz Broome (5-5, Fr., Doylestown, OH/Chippewa) scored on Martin's second assist of the day.

The Raiders Erika Luedke then scored the game winner eight minutes into the second overtime.

Walsh outshot the Raiders 22-20. Keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) had seven saves.


GAME PREVIEW

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Walsh University at Roberts Wesleyan College

TIME: 1:00 pm

American Mideast Conference Match

RECORDS:Roberts Wesleyan 6-2 overall, 2-0 in AMC
Walsh 5-1 overall, 1-1 in AMC

The Cavs defeated Point Park 2-0 last Friday night on the road. Walsh 's 5-1 start equals their 2007 season start.

Carley Adams in 10th in the AMC in scoring with three goals. Keeper Jill Zanney is fourth in AMC with a 0.80 goals against average.

The Raiders have won their last five matches and won at Malone 2-1 in overtime on September 18th. Their other AMC win was a 2-0 shutout of Ursuline College on September 11. Roberts's Mandi Hochmeimer leads the AMC with seven goals. The Raiders Erika Luedke leads the AMC with five assists.

SERIES: Roberts Wesleyan leads the all-time series 7-2, with one tie, and defeated the Cavs 3-0 on September 19 at Roberts last year.

NEXT: Walsh is at the College of Wooster for a non-conference match Tuesday at 4:30 pm.


Friday, September 17, 2010

"Cavs Blank Point Park for First AMC Win"

BOXSCORE

(Cheswick, PA) Walsh University (5-1, 1-1) scored twice in the first half, then held on for a 2-0 win over Point Park University (1-3, 0-1) in an American Mideast Conference game at Founders Field Friday night.

Walsh took the early lead when Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) pictured left scored at the 9:03 mark. Walsh then took control when Olivia Buttery scored with just 17 seconds remaining in the first half. The Cavs sustained the two-goal margin the rest of the way as Point Park absorbed its second shutout in a row.

Walsh outshot the Pioneers 29-7 and led in corner kicks 6-2. Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded the shutout wiht four saves.

The Cavs are at Roberts Wesleyan for an AMC game next Saturday.


Tuesday, September 14, 2010

"Cavs Suffer First Loss, 1-0 in AMC Opener"

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Walsh (4-1, 0-1) fell for the first time this season 2-1 to Houghton College (4-2-1, 2-0) in an American Mideast Conference game at Milzaao Field. The Cavs are back in action on Friday, when they travel to Point Park University for 4 pm AMC contest.

The game was a defensive struggle, which ended scoreless after the first 45 minutes. The Highlanders tallied the game's first goal when Lauren Haggerty scored on a corner kick, on an assist from Rachel Cross, at 50:46. Amanda Zacchigna then scored what proved to be the game winner at the 70:05 mark. Walsh's only shot on goal resulted in a goal when Lauren Jokovich (Fr., 5-4, Canton, OH/Jackson) pictured left scored off a free kick with 53 seconds to play.

Houghton outshot the Cavs 5-1. Walsh keeper Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded three saves.


Saturday, September 11, 2010

"Adams Tally in Final Minutes Keeps Cavs Unbeaten"

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(Ft. Wayne, IN) Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) pictured left goal at the 82:41 mark snapped a 1-1 tie and gave Walsh a 2-1 road win over Indiana Tech (2-4) today. The win improves the Cavs to 4-0 and is Walsh's first 4-0 start in school history. Walsh is back home on Tuesday for their American Mideast Conference opener against Houghton College at 5 pm.

Liz Broome (5-5, Fr., Doylestown, OH/Chippewa) scored an unassisted goal to give the Cavs a 1-0 at the 6:32 mark. Walsh held the 1-0 lead until the 74:47 mark when Alex Field scored to tie the game, setting up Adams game-winner.

Indiana Tech out shot the Cavs 8-5, corner kicks were even at 4-4 and fouls were 14-10 Indiana Tech.

Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) was outstanding in goal, going the distance and stopping seven shots.


Tuesday, September 7, 2010

"Cavs Game With Franciscan Called"

Walsh's game with Franciscan University was called at halftime due to inclement weather. The game results in a no contest and all stats from the game are void. Walsh led 6-0 at the half. The game was halted three times after the original 5 pm start.


Saturday, September 4, 2010

"Cavs Shutout St. Francis 1-0"

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The Walsh University women's soccer team recorded their second shutout of the season as they defeated the University of St. Francis 1-0 at Milazzo Field. The Cavaliers improve their record to 3-0 while the Cougars fall to 1-4.

The Cavs took the lead late in the first half when Rachel Rucker (Fr., 5-5, Uniontown, OH/Lake) pictured left scored after dribbling past the St. Francis goalie and sending the ball into the back of the net. Rucker was assisted by Kirsten Gillespie (Fr., 5-7, Hinckley, OH/Highland) and now has two goals on the year.

Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) earned the shutout and made five saves on the afternoon.

Walsh returns to action on Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 2 p.m. when they take on Franciscan University.


Friday, September 3, 2010

"Two Second Half Goals Keep Cavs Unbeaten"

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Walsh scored two goals in the second half to come back and defeat St. Vincent College 2-1 today at Milazzo Field. The Cavaliers improve to 2-0 for the first time since 2007, while the Bearcats fall to 0-1 on the season.

St. Vincent opened the scoring with a goal in the sixth minute off the leg of Leanna Seminsky (Sr., Johnstown, PA/Bishop McCort) despite being on the defensive end for most of the game.

The Cavaliers scored the equalizer when Carley Adams (So., 5-8, Louisville, OH/HS) pictured left scored her first goal of the season on a ricochet off the left post on the free kick assist from Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS) in the 62nd minute. Walsh took the lead minutes later as Gina Pinzone (So., 5-6, Cleveland, OH/Padua Franciscan) sent the ball into the back of the net on an assist from Rachel Naumann (Sr., 5-3, Medina, OH/Highland) in the 65th minute. It was also Pinzone's first tally of the year.

Jill Zanney (Jr., 5-11, Brunswick, OH/HS) recorded her first win of the season in goal with two saves.

Walsh returns to action tomorrow afternoon against the University of St. Francis at 2 p.m.


Tuesday, August 31, 2010

"Cavs Win Season Opener 2-0"

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The Walsh University women's soccer started the 2010 season on the right foot with a 2-0 win over Marygrove College. The Cavaliers are now 1-0 while the Mustangs fall to 0-2 on the short season.

Walsh spent most of the match on the offensive end and keeping the Marygrove defense on its toes. The Cavaliers lit up the scoreboard just before the end of the first half when midfielder Rachel Rucker (Fr., 5-5, Uniontown, OH/Lake) scored her first collegiate goal on an assist from forward Molly Martin (So., 5-7, Canfield, OH/HS). The Cavs added an insurance goal when Martin assisted on Lauren Jokovich's pictured left (Fr., 5-4, Canton, OH/Jackson) first collegiate goal in the 88th minute.

Goalkeeper Sara Boytim (So., 5-8, Springboro, OH/HS) was solid between the pipes with two saves in recording the shutout.

Walsh returns to action Friday, Sept. 3 with a match against St. Vincent College at 4 p.m.