|Rochester College (4-8)||0||1||0||1|
|Concordia Ann Arbor (8-5)||1||0||1||2|
|Ann Arbor, Michigan|
|1||27:05||Justine Jahnke (Concordia Ann Arbor)|
|2||80:46||Cassidy Kowalski (Rochester College)|
|OT||101:40||Heather Emke (Concordia Ann Arbor)|
|Rochester College||Indv. Leaders||Concordia Ann Arbor|
|#13 Cassidy Kowalski - 1||Goals||2 Players (#8,#18) - 1|
|None||Assists||#4 Julia Palushaj - 1|
|2 Players (#13,#18) - 2||Shots||#4 Julia Palushaj - 10|
|#00 Cali Clemens - 10||Saves||#0 Maria Lulgjuraj - 5|
|Rochester College||Team Statistics||Concordia Ann Arbor|
|6 (6)||Shots (on goal)||39 (12)|
(Ann Arbor, MI) The women's soccer team fought off wet and chilly conditions and a pesky Warrior team to pick up their 8th win of the season. The Cardinals needed extra time to do it as a golden goal by Heather Emke (SR/Novi, MI) in the 101' lifted the Cardinals over the Warriors. Despite unfavorable conditions, the Cardinals still managed 39 shots and attempted 12 corner kicks
Here's Where it Happened:
Cardinal Stadium – Ann Arbor, Michigan
Rochester College (3-8, 0-5 ) vs. Concordia University (8-5, 4-2) - WHAC matchup
Here's How it Happened:
- Justine Jahnke (SR/Ann Arbor, MI) put the Cardinals on the board early when a rifled shot directly at the goalie was bobbled through her legs. The sideline official saw the ball break the plane and awarded the goal to the Cardinals.
- The Warriors netted the equalizer in the 80' when Cassidy Kowalski scored unassisted.
- Julia Palushaj (JR/Northville, MI) led the Cardinals attack with 10 shot but only 1 coming on goal.
- A record number of 13 Cardinals recorded a shot with 12 of them coming on goal led by Sydney Rouse (SR/Canton, MI)'s 3.
- Heather Emke's 25 yard strike over the goalie's head and reach lifted the Cardinals past the Warriors. It was Emke's third goal of the season.
Here's Where it will Happen Next:
The Cardinals will remain at home for their next match when the Saints of Aquinas College visit Ann Arbor on Saturday, October 14. The match is set to start at Noon with the men playing immediately after as part of a WHAC double header. The Saints will come into the game with an overal record of 5-6-1 and 2-3 in the WHAC.