The Michigan Hawks ECNL teams continue to play at a top level beating the Sockers in all 5 games on Saturday October 11th, 2014. The U14's scored 4 goals in a very competitive game to win 4-1. The goals were scored by Sam Sklarski, Bria Telemaque, Ashley Armstrong and Kaya Frazier. In the closest game of the day, Morgan Kloosterman scored after a corner late in the game to push the U15's to a 1-0 win, keeping them a top of the division. The U16's busted open a tightly contested contest with a late first half goal by Maddy Lucas. That was followed by three quick second half goals, two by Madison Wolfbauer and one by Cathy Dager. The 16's are also top of the standings in the Midwest Division. The U17's controlled most of their game getting goals from Hannah Drulak and Ani Ramon to win 2-0. In the last game of the day, the U18's had to work hard for their win. An early first half goal by Maya Piper proved to be enough with great goalkeeping play from Megan Bricely and a couple of key stops from Emily Purdy. Fanastic goals late in the second half from Justine Lynn and Alexis Warner resulted in the 3-0 score.
In the Alumni news for the weekend:
Ashton Miller scores winning goal to help Duke past Wake Forest. http://www.topdrawersoccer.com/college-soccer-articles
Jamie Cheslik, Ali Krause and Courtney Clem play well in MSU's victory over Purdue. http://www.msuspartans.com
Madisson Lewis scores first goal in Michigan's win at IU. http://www.mgoblue.com
Alison Holland records second shut to help Oakland get past UIC. http://www.goldengrizzlies.com
Chay Mcnitt plays 110 minutes in Ball State win over Kent State. http://ballstatesports.com
Melanie Pickert, Katie Brown and Natalie Krygier play well for Iowa in 0-0 vs #14 Wisconsin. http://www.hawkeyesports.com