UW-Stevens and North Central College Defeat Women’s Soccer

The Illinois Tech Women’s Soccer team opposed the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point on September 10. Illinois Tech was defeated 3-0. The Hawks also fell to North Central College on September 12.

How it Happened – University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

  • UWSP tallied its first goal in the 43rd minute. Amanda Maestas scored to give the Pointers momentum heading into halftime.
  • In the second half, the Scarlet Hawks stood strong defensively. Illinois Tech held down the Pointers offense until late in the contest to keep the Hawks alive.
  • Francesca Hamilton would ice the game for the Pointers on her own. She scored twice, notching tallies in the 85th and 88th minutes to put UWSP ahead comfortably.

Scarlet Hawk Standouts

Stats to Know

  • Illinois Tech was outshot 15-4.
  • Elizabeth Bremer recorded three saves.
  • The Scarlet Hawks led in corner kicks 7-6.

How it Happened – North Central College 

  • The first 20 minutes of the match were dominated by North Central’s Alexa Dimovski. She tallied a hat trick with goals in the 11th, 17th, and 18th minutes, giving the Cardinals an early 3-0 cushion.
  • Illinois Tech trailed in shots 7-2 in the first half, but managed to even things out in the second half. NCC outshot the Hawks 6-5 in the second half.
  • Hoefgen notched a goal for the Scarlet Hawks in the 58th minute. Robinson delivered a corner kick, which Hoefgen pushed passed keeper Mollie Fisher.

Scarlet Hawk Standouts

  • Hoefgen scored one goal on two shot attempts.
  • Robinson had the assist and led the team with three shots (one on goal).
  • Julia Taliana also attempted two shots for the Scarlet Hawks.

Stats to Know

  • Neither team was able to generate many corners. NCC managed just two, while Illinois Tech scored on its only attempt.
  • NCC outshot the Scarlet Hawks 13-7.
  • North Central committed just six fouls compared to Illinois Tech’s 10.

Up Next

  • The Scarlet Hawks are back in action on Thursday, September 14 at 4 p.m. at Concordia-Chicago.