Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship

Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship

Posted: April 25, 2014

With the spring semester drawing to a close, the College’s intramural soccer league recently concluded its season with two exciting championship games. First the women’s teams took the field for an intense match that went into overtime. The men’s teams played afterward, only barely finishing in time for underclassman seminar.

  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship
  • Soccer Spring 2014
    Slideshow: Spring Soccer Championship

Junior Sophie Macik and sophomore Jessica Pipes were the team captains for the girls’ teams, which nicknamed themselves the “Spartans” and “Dragon-slayers,” respectively. In the first half of the game, Miss Macik scored on a penalty kick. In the second half, Maggie Conklin of the Dragon-slayers sent a ball into the corner of the goal, tying the game. The match was forced into overtime, in which the Spartans’ Morgan Furore (’15) scored the winning goal.

The men’s teams were led by junior Kevin Cantu and sophomore Andrew Carey. The teams battled through a hard-fought first half, with the score still 0-0 at halftime. In the second half, Franz Wall of Team Carey scored the game’s only goal, for a 1-0 victory.