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Dordt Soccer Plays Non-Conference Soccer Saturday

September 20, 2013

GAMETIME… Dordt College will travel Jamestown, North Dakota to face the Jamestown Jimmies on Saturday, September 21.  The women’s game will start at noon and the men at 2:00.  Results will be posted on ; and when the game is complete.

SCOUTING REPORT… Jamestown comes in with a 2-6 record and own wins over Dakota Wesleyan and Mount Marty win women’s play.  All but two of Jamestown’s games have been decided by shutout with the exceptions being a 3-2 loss to GPAC member Concordia and a 4-3 loss to Northern State (South Dakota).  Dordt is the sixth GPAC team to face Jamestown and the Jimmies are 2-3 at this point against the Great Plains Athletic Conference membership.

Jamestown has been outscored 28-10 this season and outshot on goal 84-58.  Hannah Langseth has scored a team high four goals and Tiffany Jackson has three goals.  Four different players have one assist each.  Nicole Ladoucer has played 717 minutes in goal and has made 56 saves  and has allowed 3.51 goals per-90 minutes played on average.

Jamestown is 5-4-1 this season and they have been involved in six one goal games, having gone 3-3 in those decisions.  The Jimmies are 3-0-1 in games against the GPAC with the tie coming in scoreless fashion with Dakota Wesleyan.  The three wins have come over Mount Marty, Northwestern and Morningside.

Jamestown has outscored teams 17-12 and has outshot teams on goal by a 68-52 margin.  George Gauld and Dominic O’Connor have four goals each and Tyler Streif has three. Jack Keeling has assisted on five goals and is the only Jamestown player with more than one assist this season.  Thomas Cooke has played 490 minutes in goal and has made 21 saves and has a 1.28 goals allowed per-90 minutes played average and Stephen Harris has allowed five goals in 457 minutes and has 17 saves while building a 3-1 record in goal.

DORDT COLLEGE NOTES… The Dordt women are 0-6 this season with  a narrow loss a week ago to Friends in double overtime.    The Defenders have 13 shots on goal this season with Nicole Postman and Marissa Le Duc compiling four and six shots on goal respectively. 

Katie Kortman has played 335 minutes in goal and has 45 saves and has faced 59 shots.  Kortman has allowed 3.7 goals per-90 minutes played.

The Defender men are 1-5 this season and snapped a five game losing streak with a 4-0 win over Friends last Saturday.  The Defenders have dropped a pair of one goal games to Mount Mercy and Columbia. 

The Defenders have been outscored 17-10 this season and have been outshot on goal 55-21.  Eric Grootenboer and Brady Van Holland each have three goals scored and Van Holland has an assist.  No Defender has more than one assist this season.  Joey Rasnic has played 202 minutes in goal with 16 saves and has four goals allowed for a 1.78 goals per-90 minutes played average.  Jon Brinkerhoff has played 358 minutes in goal and has made 22 saves and has a 3.27 goals per-90 minutes played average. 

THE SERIES… Dordt leads the women’s series 5-1 with Jamestown getting a 2-1 win last year in Sioux Center.  Megan Knapper scored in the 29th minute to tie the game but a Jamestown goal in the 80th minute gave the visitors the win.  Kortman made four saves for the Defenders in goal as Dordt was outshot on goal 6-3.

Dordt leads the men’s series 3-2 with Jamestown winning the 2012 meeting 4-0.  Gauld had two goals for the Jimmies as the North Dakotans outshot Dordt 19-8 overall and 13-2 on goal. 

LAST TIME… The Defender women lost to Buena Vista on Tuesday, September 17 by a score of 5-2 with two goals from Nicole Postman.  The Defenders were outshot 17-8 and Kortman made four saves in goal for the Defenders.

Jamestown beat Mount Marty on September 17 by a 3-0 score as they got two goals in the second half to secure the win.  Tiffany Jackson, Hannah Langseth and Kara Wahl all had one goal and Nicole Ladoucer had two saves in goal to preserve the shutout.

The Defender men got a much needed 4-0 win over Friends on Saturday with Eric Grootenboer knocking two in the net while Steven Talsma and Cody Van Holland also had goals.  Dordt had a 5-4 shots on goal advantage and Joey Rasnic Recorded the shutout.

Jamestown scored three goals in the second half on the way to a 4-0 win over Mount Marty on Tuesday, September 17.  The Jimmies got goals from four different players and Harris made two saves in goal as his teammates outshot the Lancers 20-8 overall.

NEXT UP…… Jamestown will host Rocky Mountain on September 22 in its next play for the women.

The Defenders travel to Dubuque, Iowa to face Clarke on Wednesday, September 25.

GPAC…(Thursday, September 19)
Hastings   0-0/6-0
Dakota Wesleyan  0-0/3-1-1
Midland   0-0/7-1
Mount Marty    0-0/3-3
Dordt    0-0/1-5
Northwestern   0-0/4-4     
Briar Cliff   0-0/2-5     
Concordia   0-0/3-4      
Morningside   0-0/3-4     
Nebraska Wesleyan  0-0/2-3-1     
Doane    0-0/1-4

Briar Cliff   0-0/3-3-1
Morningside    0-0/4-2-2
Nebraska Wesleyan   0-0/3-1-2
Dordt     0-0/0-6
Midland   0-0/2-3-3
Northwestern   0-0/3-4-1
Concordia    0-0/3-3     
Dakota Wesleyan  0-0/2-4-1     
Hastings   0-0/4-2     
Doane    0-0/1-4     
Mount Marty    0-0/0-6-1

Friday, September 20
Morningside @ Hastings
Dakota Wesleyan @ Nebraska Wesleyan

Saturday, September 21
Northwestern @ Midland
Briar Cliff @ Doane
Mount Marty @ Concordia

September 25
Mount Marty @ Morningside
Briar Cliff @ Northwestern

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