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Raiders women's soccer grinds out win, men's team loses physical match

Southern Oregon University's soccer teams were back in Raider Stadium on Sunday in the first games against Warner Pacific. The women's team won 1-0 while the men's team lost 1-0.

Posted: Mar 21, 2021 9:53 PM
Updated: Mar 21, 2021 10:34 PM

ASHLAND, Ore. — Two games played, and only two goals scored for the Southern Oregon University soccer teams on Sunday. The women's squad took the win over Warner Pacific, 1-0, as they dominated time of possession. The men's team battled for the full 90 minutes but came up just short, falling to the Knights 1-0.

Women's Soccer (3-1-1, 3-1-1 CCC):

From start to finish, the Raiders owned the ball. Warner Pacific rarely had the ball in Southern Oregon's attacking third, not even recording a shot the entire game.

The SOU offense was peppering the goal, booting 24 shots, seven of them on the net. The lone goal of the match came in the 53rd minute as Trinity Rhoades played a perfect ball from midfield to Sarah Mauk who took it the rest of the way. She fought her way through a few Knights defenders before tapping it past the keeper.

"That wasn't exactly the ball I was looking for but it was definitely the ball that needed to happen. And so I applaud Trin[ity Rhoades] for that, it was a beautiful ball," Mauk told NewsWatch 12 Sports after the game. "I had to go for it and I just kind of threw my whole body into it and got that toe-poke into the side netting which is nice."

The Raiders win also moved head coach Jenni Rosenberg to first all-time in wins in women's soccer history as a coach. The Ashland High School product has been at the helm for SOU women's soccer for seven seasons now and boasts a career record of 66-48-15.

Men's Soccer (2-1, 2-1 CCC):

In their third game of the season, the Warner Pacific Knights were the aggressors, going with a physical style of play throughout the game. Both WPU and Southern Oregon fouled early and often, combining for 32 fouls in the contest.

The most costly was a yellow card given to SOU's Zak Woolley in the 32nd minute. His tackle against a Knight attacker closing in on the goal was deemed illegal and inside the box, which granted Warner Pacific a penalty kick. David Uribe scored his second goal of the season on the PK and it was the lone goal of the match.

The second half of the game was delayed by 25 minutes after one of the game's referees suffered a leg injury requiring a replacement official to be brought in.

The Raiders put three shots on goal in the second half but weren't able to get any past the Knight's goalkeeper. SOU head coach Davie Carmichael said the team played well and has high hopes for his team's performance tomorrow when they take on Warner Pacific again.

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