CUW women's soccer - Still undefeated and Still unscored upon/ MSOE up next
|Concordia University Wisconsin (8-2, 5-0 NAC)||4||1||5|
|Alverno College (2-6, 0-5 NAC)||0||0||0|
|1st - 11:26||Klumpp, Brittany (Concordia University Wisconsin)|
|1st - 13:09||Pfannerstill, Carley (Concordia University Wisconsin)|
|1st - 17:26||Pfannerstill, Carley (Concordia University Wisconsin)|
|1st - 37:45||Hoch, Afton (Concordia University Wisconsin)|
|2nd - 68:34||Klumpp, Brittany (Concordia University Wisconsin)|
|Concordia University Wisconsin||Alverno College|
2 Players (#6, #12 - 2)
A: 3 Players (#6, #8, #10 - 1)
Sh: Lauren Straehler - 10
Sv: Fuentes, Rebecca - 12
|TEAM STATISTICS||Concordia University Wisconsin||Alverno College|
|Shots (on goal)||39 (18)||0 (0)|
MILWAUKEE, Wis.- Concordia Wisconsin is still perfect (5-0-0) in the NAC women's soccer standings after a 5-0 win over Alverno Saturday afternoon.
Ryan Middendorf's Falcons also are still without a blemish in the NAC points allowed department, having outscored their five opponents by a 40-0 margin, but there are still "hills to climb" with a dangerous MSOE contingent waiting in the wings Tuesday.
Freshman Brittany Klumpp (Rubicon, Wis.) got CUW on the board eleven minutes into the Saturday match and her frosh teammate Carley Pfannerstill (Grafton, Wis.) "one-uped" her with twin scores at 13:09 and 17:26.
Senior Afton Hoch (Macomb, Mich.) also found the back of the net prior to halftime as every member of Middendorf's traveling squad got to be part of a 39-0 shooting gallery advantage.
Klumpp added the final Falcon goal in the 69th minute as CUW improved to 8-2-0 overall.
"After today the level of competition is going to change significantly," reminded Middendorf.
"We go to MSOE Tuesday night (7:00pm) and that will be the first of several tough conference matches. MSOE (3-2 in the league) has lost tight 2-1 decisions to Aurora and Marian this season, but owns a 5-3-1 overall mark. The raiders defeated Augustana 2-1 in their most recent outing.
We will find out how good we are now...looking forward to the challenge."