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Women's Soccer - Mon, Oct. 2, 2017
Women's Soccer Shutout by Simpson
Simpson College
Iowa Wesleyan
Simpson (3-8)448
Iowa Wesleyan (2-6)000
Mount Pleasant, IA
Scoring Summary
15:17Cami Schmalz (Simpson)
18:12Aimee Shrock (Simpson)
119:53Casey Reisen (Simpson)
121:52Dani Marquez (Simpson)
258:03Logan Pettit (Simpson)
259:33Dani Marquez (Simpson)
264:14Victoria Jordan (Simpson)
288:30Maddie Simmons (Simpson)
SimpsonIndv. LeadersIowa Wesleyan
#10 Dani Marquez - 2Goals None
#10 Dani Marquez - 2Assists None
2 Players (#15,#25) - 6Shots #4 Grace Alongi - 2
#37 Riley Adams - 1Saves #00 Destiny Colon - 10
SimpsonTeam StatisticsIowa Wesleyan
48 (25)Shots (on goal) 2 (1)
1Saves 17
10Fouls 3
9Corner Kicks 3
1Offsides 0

Mount Pleasant, Iowa - October 2, 2017 - The Iowa Wesleyan women's soccer team hosted Simpson College this afternoon.  Today's match  was a makeup contest that was originally scheduled for September 18th.  The Tigers were shutout by the Storm, falling 0-8 in the match.

Simpson brought the pressure to the Tigers from the start. They were the first to get on the board, scoring the first goal just over five minutes into the match.  Iowa Wesleyan fell behind 0-2 a successful penalty kick.  At the end of the first period, IW trailed 0-4 to the Storm. Destiny Colon (FR/Colorado Springs, CO) saw 25 shots on goal and recorded ten saves in the opening period.

Jaiden Rogers replaced Colon in the net, and had a busy half as well.  Simpson took twenty-five shots on goal and scored four more goals.  Rogers finished with seven saves in the final period, but the Tiger offense was unable to find the back of the net, and they would be shut out by a score of 8-0.

Grace Alongi (FR/Rock Island, IL) took two shots in the match, one of which was on goal.  The Tigers will be back in action on Thursday, October 5th. They will host Spalding University for their second SLIAC match of the season.  IW is now 2-6 overall this season.

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.