|Iowa Wesleyan (2-5-0)||0||1||1|
|Webster University (9-1-0)||10||2||12|
|1||2:32||Noser, Chelsea (Webster University)|
|1||3:30||Noser, Chelsea (Webster University)|
|1||11:41||Wilson, Joi (Webster University)|
|1||13:31||Ries, Carolyn (Webster University)|
|1||28:42||Laaksonen, Jen (Webster University)|
|1||30:48||Johnson, Briann (Webster University)|
|1||32:06||Johnson, Briann (Webster University)|
|1||40:56||Laaksonen, Jen (Webster University)|
|1||41:15||Finney, Kayleigh (Webster University)|
|1||44:21||Hausmann, Kelsey (Webster University)|
|2||75:01||Nuelle, Lauren (Webster University)|
|2||82:20||Grace Alongi (Iowa Wesleyan)|
|2||86:21||Hausmann, Kelsey (Webster University)|
|Iowa Wesleyan||Indv. Leaders||Webster University|
|#4 Grace Alongi - 1||Goals||4 Players - 2|
|None||Assists||3 Players - 2|
|#4 Grace Alongi - 2||Shots||2 Players (#13,#16) - 9|
|#00 Destiny Colon - 22||Saves||#28 Mercer, Abbey - 1|
|Iowa Wesleyan||Team Statistics||Webster University|
|2 (2)||Shots (on goal)||65 (34)|
Mount Pleasant, Iowa - October 1, 2017 - The women's soccer team opened SLIAC play with a match against Webster University yesterday. The Tigers entered conference play with a 2-4 record. The Gorloks handed IW their first SLIAC loss of the season with a 12-1 win
Webster took it to the Tigers right away in the first period. Iowa Wesleyan gave up the first goal just over two minutes into play, and trailed 2-0 with 3:30 on the clock in the first period. The Tiger defense would continue to face pressure throughout most of the first half. The Gorloks took forty-three shots in the opening period, while Grace Alongi (FR/Rock Island, IL) took the lone first half shot for IW with 30:22 on the clock.
The Gorloks backed off the pressure in the second half, but still managed to take twenty-two shots to one shot by the Tigers. Grace Alongi scored the first goal for Iowa Wesleyan with 82:20 on the clock, which brought the score to 11-1. Webster would add one more goal before the match was over, and they would secure the win against the Tigers.
Destiny Colon (FR/Colorado Springs, CO) had a busy day in the net for IW. She saw 34 shots on goal and recorded 22 saves in the loss. Alongi led the Tigers with two shots on goal in the match. The goal for Alongi was her eighth goal of the season, which is third best in the SLIAC.
Tiger Athletics: Iowa Wesleyan University strives to provide its student-athletes the opportunity to be successful in life and sports. Engaged in the SLIAC and UMAC Conferences, Tiger athletics is a proud member of NCAA Division III.