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Post by ohhh_yeah on Sat Oct 10, 2009 9:50 pm

Goal Celebration! UofP 7 - Zags 0 Goal Celebration!

Danielle Foxhoven was brilliant tonight. 2 shots on goal for the Zags and they came at the
very end of the match. The midfield flat out shut them down. Kelsey could of knitted
everybody a sweater to keep us all warm. Fantastic atmosphere in the student section.


You Can Not Stop Us! We are the U of P!




SHERIDAN JONES!!!

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Post by onetouchfutbol on Sat Oct 10, 2009 10:01 pm

Nice!

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Re: vs Gonzaga University

Post by eProf on Sat Oct 10, 2009 10:12 pm

It's hard to know where to start regarding kudos to Pilot players. Here's a start:
  • Kristen Kelly had a very solid game filling in for Michelle O. She also had a nice assist.
  • Taylor Brooke is fun to watch. I love her energy.
  • Kassi made it on to the field! Go Kassi!!!
  • And I guess we can't forget Danielle's hat trick plus one.

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Re: vs Gonzaga University

Post by Harry Redknapp on Sat Oct 10, 2009 10:24 pm

Very solid performance tonight.

Danielle is the Fox in the Box. Not just the four goals but the all around play. Laid the ball off for her temamates and is very confident right now.

First half Zags had no answer for pace of Michelle E and Kendra and Kendall. (Left defender in particular will have nightmares about Kendra running her ragged all game). Keelin and Sophie just controlled the middle and it was play after play at the byline and the goal. And with UP up by two Danielle takes the ball round the keeper and is felled just outside the box. Ref had no hesitation in the red card: which was totally the right call; clear path to the goal etc. Game over.

Gonzaga was unlucky to play the Pilots after the last game. There was going to be no let up tonight and they just kept playing: even with everyone off the bench playing in the second half. Nice showing by Emma, Taylor, Charney, Janelle, Sara, Elinor. Two goals taken well by Hallie, and she could have had more. I like the look of Molly Klier: played very composed game at center defense and left d. Good speed to the ball and a very good first touch.

Very nice to see Kassi back on the field although worrying that Michelle O had to sit out the game. Word is that they are monitoring an irregular heartbeat or some such. Cloee could be back in action next week is the rumor.

Kristen Kelly had antherr strong game in the middle of the defense and played all 90 minutes.

Gonzaga are 6-7 on the season so not the strongest team that UP will play but all credit to Pilots who just dominated in every way tonight.

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Re: vs Gonzaga University

Post by up7587 on Sat Oct 10, 2009 10:48 pm

The O's summary: LINK

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Re: vs Gonzaga University

Post by UPSoccerFanatic on Sat Oct 10, 2009 10:50 pm

Whoopie, copying and pasting from nc-soccer works! (I just copied and pasted Gonzaga's record so far this season from the nc-soccer website, and now I'm adding this above what I pasted.)

This shows Gonzaga's record so far this year, with the records of Gonzaga's opposing teams. Here are the results I find most interesting, other than the Pilots' 7-0 win: Lost to Washington State 3-0; lost to USC 2-0; lost to ucla 2-0; lost to Washington 3-1.

8/23/2009 vs. Montana 2-10-0 W 3-0
8/28/2009 vs. McNeese St. 2-9-2 W 3-1
9/3/2009 vs. Washington St. 7-3-1 L 0-3
9/6/2009 at. Eastern Wash. 3-6-1 W 2-0
9/11/2009 at. Southern California 9-3-0 L 0-2
9/13/2009 at. UCLA 10-1-1 L 0-2
9/17/2009 vs. Seattle 5-8-1 W 2-1
9/20/2009 vs. Idaho 8-6-0 W 1-0
9/25/2009 at. Wyoming 9-4-2 W 2-0
9/27/2009 vs. #Boise St. 6-5-4 L 0-1
10/2/2009 at. Washington 8-2-2 L 1-3
10/4/2009 at. Portland St. 7-5-1 L 1-2
10/10/2009 at. *Portland 12-1-0 L 0-7

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Post by UPWomenSoccerRookie on Sat Oct 10, 2009 11:20 pm

Things I liked tonight (in no particular order):

Halley: charging goalie, diving to reach the headers

Elinor using her body to protect the ball when receiving it with her back to the defender, attacking with the ball; she has the size & speed to become quite a weapon

Taylor attacking with the ball

Sophie being more involved on offense than she was against WSU

Michelle E being such an attack weapon, almost always making good things happen

Kassi getting on the field

Kendra & Jessica repeatedly attacking down the right side, and the offensive patterns of the other players to get open in front of the goal for the crosses

Molly & Emma looking good again

Dani involved in the passing game


Last edited by UPWomenSoccerRookie on Sun Oct 11, 2009 3:38 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : addition)

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Re: vs Gonzaga University

Post by jc on Sun Oct 11, 2009 9:06 am

This was an offensive clinic but, though I'm reluctant to say it, it was almost too easy. UP was both more skilled and faster at virtually every position. In the long run we may be better served by games like WSU last week, where the opposition was both physical and speedy enough to challenge a high percentage of our passes.

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Re: vs Gonzaga University

Post by A_Fan on Sun Oct 11, 2009 9:43 am

I think you need a mix of both types of games. This type of game gives the bench players game experience and builds their confidence. It helps the team stay a team, everyone participating in games. It gives the starters a chance to be on the field with the bench players as well so should it become necessary for a Kristen Kelly to start due to an injury to M.O. her teammates know what to expect from her on the field and she knows what to expect from her teammates. These types of games also provide the coaching staff with a better idea of how the bench players respond to game situations and their compatibility on the field with their teammates.

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Re: vs Gonzaga University

Post by purple haze on Sun Oct 11, 2009 10:35 am

Beating the Zags for the 18th time in 18 tries is target practice as usual for the Pilots. The result was assured with the first goal, which came at the halfway mark of the first half. But Michelle E. set the tone from the opening kickoff by taking the ball solo all the way to the Bulldogs' touch line -- too bad she didn't score or set up a score on that run, but it was a thing of beauty and the start of the nightmares for the outmatched defense. Gonzaga had no pan except to play physical (lots of hard fouling) but unlike the Cougars they showed no ability to counterattack ordo anything positive with the ball. The fouling backfired. Once the Buldogs went down a player due to the keeper's red card, the floodgates opened even wider.

The lopsided score let Kassi make her season debut -- a welcome sight -- and Elinor show her best play of the season with some nice runs and passes.

Anyone else out there want to see Jessica play forward? (I can dram, can't I?) She has the speed, passing touch and nose for the goal to do it. Few defenders can get forward and create havoc in the opponent's end like she does.

Nine goals in three games for Dani -- that is some lights-out shooting.

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Post by A_Fan on Sun Oct 11, 2009 12:06 pm

At least Gonzaga can take comfort in the fact that the NCAA doesn't even start to keep track of lopsided losses until there are at least 9 goals against. Alabama State leads that dubious category with losses of 14-0 (twice), 15-0, 11-0, 9-0, 17-1. Yikes.

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Re: vs Gonzaga University

Post by PurplePrideTrumpet on Sun Oct 11, 2009 8:10 pm

ohhh_yeah wrote:Goal Celebration! UofP 7 - Zags 0 Goal Celebration!

GAAAAhhh WTH put an [R] on the thread I was gonna watch the archived video tonight thanks for nothing!!!11!!1! Razz

Nice to have you back, pal.

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Post by Geezaldinho on Sun Oct 11, 2009 8:17 pm

PurplePrideTrumpet wrote:
ohhh_yeah wrote:Goal Celebration! UofP 7 - Zags 0 Goal Celebration!

GAAAAhhh WTH put an [R] on the thread I was gonna watch the archived video tonight thanks for nothing!!!11!!1! Razz

Nice to have you back, pal.

I think all of PilotNation has an [R]

This ain't BS.... pirat

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Post by PurplePrideTrumpet on Sun Oct 11, 2009 8:44 pm

Geezaldinho wrote: This ain't BS.... pirat
I'll drink to that. geek

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Post by MaizeBluePurple on Sun Oct 11, 2009 9:13 pm

I would also love to see Jessica play forward. Her defense is too good to have her move there, but I would love to see it one game. Or one half.

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Re: vs Gonzaga University

Post by ohhh_yeah on Sun Oct 11, 2009 11:53 pm

PurplePrideTrumpet wrote:
ohhh_yeah wrote:Goal Celebration! UofP 7 - Zags 0 Goal Celebration!

GAAAAhhh WTH put an [R] on the thread I was gonna watch the archived video tonight thanks for nothing!!!11!!1! Razz

Nice to have you back, pal.


i dropped the ball on this... and i am sorry... the regret kind of sorry not that other type of "sorry"... Very Happy

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Video is up

Post by Geezaldinho on Mon Oct 12, 2009 2:10 pm


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Re: vs Gonzaga University

Post by Ace on Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:10 pm

Congrats to The Fox for being in the right place at the right time. Keep it up. I did notice in the highlights that Foxhoven didn't actually touch the ball on the first goal but that it was knocked in by a defender. Shouldn't this be an own goal or credited to Enyeart? I know the official stats have been changed in the past when a mistake was found.
I would love for a Pilot to be on top of the season scoring list especially ahead of someone from Stanford!
Go Pilots!

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