Memorial Soccer players were named to the all-star teams Jessie Noseworthy and Jane Pope were named first team all-stars in the women’s division. Their team mates Keisha Young, Sydney Walsh and Terri Murphy gained positions on the 2nd all-star team. On the mens side Tyler Forsey and Alex Pretty were named to the 2nd
The AUS Soccer season for Memorial Sea Hawks men’s team is now over. They fell 3-nothing to UNB Thursday. UNB advanced to the semi finals. Meanwhile the women’s SeaHawks Soccer Team will play in semi final action Friday at 7:30 island time.
SATURDAY Memorial women’s soccer team finished second and are in the playoffs as they finish the season with a 2-0 win over University of Moncton. They finish the season with a 7-1-4 record. Jessie Noseworthy and Holly O’Neill with the goals and Sydney Walsh had the shutout. FRIDAY Memorial’s women’s
S U N D A Y Sunday Memorial and Acadia playes to a scoreless draw. Sydney Walsh again with the shutout. Memorial now 5-1-4 on season The mens team now 4-4-2 on the year as they played Acadia to a scoreless tie Sunday. S A T U R D A Y
The Newfoundland women’s team off to playoffs at national soccer play downs in Surry BC. Holy Cross won a bronze medal at the Canadian women’s Jubilee soccer. They lost 3-nothing to Alberta and come away with their first bronze medal. Holy Cross men’s team finished seventh. They beat
S U N D A Y The Memorial Men’s Soccer team evened their record at 4-4 Sunday with a 1-nothing win over UNB. Tyler Forsey scored what was the winning goal at 67 minutes and 20 seconds into the game. Memorial and UNB played again to a scoreless tie Sunday. Sydney Walsh in goal
S U N D A Y The Sea Hawks women’s soccer team came away with a point Sunday. They played St F X to a scoreless draw and have a record of 4-1-1. Sydney Walsh was in goal for Memorial in this game. The mens team was beaten 1-nothing by St F X
S U N D A Y Holy Cross finished 4th at the National Masters Soccer championships. They fell 3-nothing to Quebec in the bronze medal game Sunday. S A T U R D A Y Holy Cross will play for the bronze medal Sunday at the National Masters Soccer play downs.
S U N D A Y Memorials women’s soccer teams improved to 4-0 Sunday with a 1-nothing win over Dalhousie. Jessie Noseworthy scored the winning goal at 74;59 of this game. Sydney Walsh got the shutout. The men’s soccer team lost its first game on Sunday. They fell 1-nothing to Dalhousie
The Men’s soccer team also coasted to two weekend victories. Sunday Memorial beat Mount A 8-0 with seven second half goals. Ranaldo Morris, Tyler Kirby, and Tyler Forsey had two goals each. Daniel Crewe and Mitchell Barry had singles. Saturday Memorial came away with a 4-1 decision. Kirby scored twice and singles came