Doris Ayala scored for the Tigers in the 35th minute off a pass from Saahirah Brown. The JWU defense allowed Brown to walk the end line before a quick tap over to Ayala for the goal.
Danielle Doyle and Lana Truese had a pair of goals for Johnson & Wales. Truese added assists on both Doyle goals.
Johnson & Wales finished with an 11-3 advantage in shots while Trinity had the edge in corner kicks, 3-2.
In goal, Eboni Hibbert and Helen Woolf combined to make four saves.
The Tigers return to action this Wednesday at 4pm against Lincoln University for their Breast Cancer Awareness Game.
Washington DC- The Trinity Tigers soccer team blanked University of Valley Forge 4-0 for the win this afternoon.
The Tigers tallied a total of 38 shots with 14 on goal. They came our strong in the first half scoring three goals and posted one more in the second half.
Junior Raissa Audrey Tseumie led the Tigers with nine shots and two goals. Sophomore Doris Ayala posted seven shots and one goal for the afternoon and Gaby Escobar earned 2 shots and one goal. Sophomore Saahirah Brown earned the only assist.
This Tigers are now 2-2 for the season.
Hollins scored in the 65th minute on a Darien Cook goal after a corner kick by Alexis McDonough. In the 70th minute, McDonough added Hollins’ second goal of the day off an assist by Cook.
Trinity cut the deficit in the 75th minute of a goal by Monica Amaya after she put a dribbler past Hollins keeper Hannah Armstrong.
Trinity maintained possession for most of the contest and finished with a 16-5 advantage in shots.
Eboni Hibbert made two saves on four shots and Armstrong made six saves.
Monica Amaya led the Tigers with four shots on goal.
The Tigers will travel to take on Christendom on Tues., Sept. 13 at 5 p.m.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Association of Division III Independents
Names 2015 All-Independent Women’s So ccer Tea ms
Offensive Player of the Year
Raissa Audrey Tseumie, Trinity Washington University, SO, Midfielder, Washington, D.C. – Tseumie tied for the AD3I lead with 14 goals and finished third with 31 points (three assists). Her 2.07 points per game ranked her 48th in the country.
Co-Defensive Players of the Year
Kristen Barrett, Illinois Institute of Technology, SR, Defender, Orland Park, Ill. – Barrett scored eight goals and assisted on four others as a versatile center back. She was captain of a strong back line that allowed only 0.96 goals per game.
Courtney Dunn, Maranatha Baptist University, JR, Defender, Oshkosh, Wis.—A solid defender and vital cog in the Sabercats’ defensive midfield, Dunn also scored four goals and had four assists.
Co-Goalkeepers of the Year
Madi Francis, Nebraska Wesleyan University, JR, Lincoln, Neb.—Francis posted eight shutouts and allowed only 1.61 goals per game.
Roxanne Myers, Illinois Institute of Technology, SR, Camarillo, Cal.—Myers recorded six shutouts, 115 saves and had an .871 save percentage. She allowed only 1.02 goals per game.
Rookie of the Year
Monica Amaya, Trinity Washington University, FR, Forward, Washington, D.C.— Amaya scored 14 goals on the season, including three game winners.
Coach of the Year
Amy Olson, Trinity Washington University.
The women’s soccer coaches from the Association of Division III Independents member schools selected the All-Independent Women’s Soccer teams.
Forward – Natascha Vinz, Senior, Maranatha Baptist University
Forward – Monica Amaya, Freshman, Trinity Washington University Forward – Katelin Blosser, Junior, Nebraska Wesleyan University Forward – Sam Nadeau, Sophomore, University of Maine-Presque Isle
Midfielder – Raissa Audrey Tseumie, Sophomore, Trinity Washington University Midfielder – Alison Hernandez, Freshman, Maranatha Baptist University Midfielder – Doris Ayala, Freshman, Trinity Washington University
Midfielder – Adrianna Maron, Senior, Illinois Institute of Technology Midfielder – Audrey Risma, Junior, Maranatha Baptist University Defender – Kristen Barrett, Senior, Illinois Institute of Technology Defender – Courtney Dunn, Junior, Maranatha Baptist University Defender – Abla Alodjinou, Junior, Trinity Washington University
Defender – Katherine Nishimoto, Freshman, Illinois Institute of Technology Goalkeeper – Madi Francis, Junior, Nebraska Wesleyan University Goalkeeper – Roxanne Myers, Senior, Illinois Institute of Technology
Forward – Olivia Doerstling, Senior, Maranatha Baptist University – Forward – Georgia Straka, Freshman, Nebraska Wesleyan University Forward – Bethany Heald, Junior, University of Maine-Presque Isle Midfielder – Elizabeth Anderson, Junior, Pine Manor College Midfielder – Amanda Walton, Junior, Maranatha Baptist University
Defender – Olivia Kochanek, Freshman, Illinois Institute of Technology Defender – Natalie Graves, Sophomore, Nebraska Wesleyan University Defender – Mikaelah Tracy, Junior, University of Maine-Presque Isle Defender – Brenda Alonso, Sophomore, Trinity Washington University Goalkeeper – Hannah Anderson, Junior, Maranatha Baptist University Goalkeeper – Allie Lopez, Sophomore, University of Maine-Presque Isle
The Association of Division III Independents consists of nine Division III independent institutions that have joined together to recognize student-athletes at independent institutions, and to provide exempted postseason championship competition. The Association recognizes outstanding athletic achievements of its student-athletes on a weekly, monthly and annual basis. The Association provides statistical services for its members in seven sports. In addition, it will announce All-Independent teams at the conclusion of eight other sports this year.
More information about the Association of Division III Independents is available at http://www.d3independents.org.
October 27, 2015
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Trinity Washington University sophomore midfielder Raissa Tseumie (Washington, D.C.) has been named the Association of Division III Independents women’s soccer Player of the Week. Tseumie had an outstanding week for the Tigers as they went 1-0-1 on the week, finishing with five goals and 10 points. The sophomore opened up the week with a three-goal effort in Trinity’s win at Valley Forge on Monday, ending the contest with four shots on goal. The midfielder capped off the week with two goals on two shots on goal in the Tigers 3-3 tie against Washington Adventist on Thursday. Tseumie is currently tied for the Association lead in goals with 13 and is third with 28 points.