News for the ‘Soccer’ Category
October 1, 2012
Women’s Soccer Plays to 2OT Draw with Valley Forge
The Trinity Tigers soccer team fought hard to the end for a 1-1 tie against Valley Forge Patriots for their fist tie of the season. With a 0-0 tie up until the last six minutes of the game, Sarah Stark of Valley Forge knocked one in from the top of the 18 yard box in the 85th minute. Trinity didn’t let down and countered as Senior, Charity Blackwell Placed one in the upper left corner in the last minute of the game making the score 1-1.
With 17 shots on net by Valley Forge, Trinity goal keeper Kyla Brown recorded 16 saves in the game. Stephanie Kriegbaum from Valley Forge recorded five saves for the match. Leading the Patriots for shots were Sarah Stark with ten, Morgan Goodman with nine. For the Tigers, Charity Blackwell had six shots and Asya Tucker three.
Up next, Trinity soccer team will travel to Rosemont College Thursday, Oct. 4th for a 4pm match.
Edited: October 2nd, 2012
A native of Fort Washington, Maryland, Charity Blackwell is a senior duel sport athlete at Trinity University. Charity is the captain of the soccer team and a small forward on the basketball team. Not only is Charity a leader on the field, she is a Communications major with a GPA of 3.4.
I met with Charity this morning to pry into her life a little bit and here is what I got!
What is your favorite class at Trinity?
Gangsters and films would have to be my favorite course because it steps outside of the box.
What is your favorite part of being a Trinity student-athlete?
I really like being held to a high standard on and off campus.
Do you have any hidden talents?
Well it’s not really hidden since most people know about it, but I write and perform poetry. I also host our poetry night on campus “Speaking It Real”.
What is something you enjoy doing in your leisure time?
Practicing guitar; no it isn’t a talent yet because I just started this summer!
Who has been the biggest influence on your life?
I know it seems cliché, but it would have to be my mother. She is my motivation to push through every obstacle I come across.
What is your dream job?
I currently have an internship for the chamber of commerce and someday hope to become a sports journalist for ESPN!
Edited: September 24th, 2012
Edited: September 9th, 2012
November 22, 2011
We are pleased to announce that 7 Trinity soccer players have made the DIII All Independent Women’s Soccer team. Senior Captains Macee Wray and Kiauna Hemsley both were named to the First Team. Juniors Charity Blackwell, Christa Burgess, Courntey Haines and Thamar Polynice all were named to the Second Team. Freshman Kamillah Al-Warith was named Co-Rookie of the Year and was also named to the Second Team.
Edited: November 30th, 2011
October 22, 2011
The Trinity Tigers Soccer team finished the season strong Saturday afternoon beating the Crusaders from Valley Forge 5-0. Senior Captain Kiauna Hemsley started off the scoring in 24th minute on a breakaway beating the keeper one on one. Hemsley would eventually add 3 more goals before the end of the day. Senior Captain Macee Wray also added a goal shooting from outside 30 yards placing a perfectly kicked ball in the upper left side of the net. The Tigers ended the season 7-7.
Edited: October 25th, 2011
Edited: October 18th, 2011
For Immediate Release
October 13, 2011The Association of Division III Independents (AD3I) named women’s soccer forward Kiauna Hemsley (Baltimore, Md.), a senior from Trinity Washington University, its Student-Athlete of the Month for the month of September.
Hemsley led her squad to a 6-3 record last month with 13 goals, three assists and 29 points. She tallied four goals and an assist in a 5-1 win over Gallaudet University on September 10, netted a hat trick in a 3-0 shutout of Mary Baldwin College on September 17, and provided the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Wilson College on September 21. Hemsley averaged 1.4 goals and 3.2 points per game in September, landing her fifth and sixth, respectively, in the national rankings. The business major also leads the AD3I in several scoring categories.
Edited: October 14th, 2011
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Trinity Washington University senior forward Kiauna Hemsley (Baltimore, Md.) has been named the Association of Division III Independents women’s soccer Player of the Week. Hemsley scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 victory over Wilson College last week. She also provided the assist on Trinity’s first goal. Hemsley now has 10 goals and two assists on the season.
Edited: September 28th, 2011
September 26, 2011
The Trinity Tigers Soccer Team shutout Rosemont Monday afternoon 3-0. Macee Wray opened up the scoring in the 28th minute off a corner kick. The Tigers added another goal just two minutes into the second half when Macee Wray played the ball perfectly across the six where Kiauna Hemsley was waiting to finish. In the 75th minute Ana Ocampo scored off another perfectly placed ball by Macee Wray. Goalkeeper Courtney Haines had 7 saves. The Tigers are now 5-3. They are in action again on Wednesday as they face the Crusaders from Christendom College. Game time is 5:00 pm.
Edited: September 28th, 2011
September 21, 2011
The Trinity Tigers soccer team defeated Wilson College 2-1 yesterday afternoon. Senior Captain, Macee Wray scored the Tigers’ first goal in the 28th minute assisted by Senior Captain, Kiauna Hemsley. With minutes remaining in the first half Wilson evened the score off a penalty kick. Kiauna Hemsley scored the game winning goal in the second half assisted by Freshman Kirstyn Desroches. Junior goalie, Courtney Haines had three saves on the day. The Tigers are in action again on Monday as they face the Ravens from Rosemont College. The Tigers are now 4-3 on the season.
Submitted by Denesha Jones
Edited: September 22nd, 2011