WSOC: Braves defeat Sterling Warriors, 3-0
Women’s football | Mon, Sep 27, 2021 at 9:15 PM
OTTAWA, Kansas – The uOttawa women’s soccer team claimed a victory after 19 days against the Sterling College Warriors, 3-0. Head coach Edward Maya scored his first victory as the head coach of the women’s soccer program.
The first half saw the teams stalled at 0. Ottawa took nine shots but failed to take the lead. Anna Tropansky and the Braves’ defense held the Warriors scoreless in the first half. Ottawa and Sterling were tied at 0 at the half.
The second half for the Braves was another story as the Braves managed to score three goals. Denaya Evans scored in the 51st minute to put the Braves at 1-0. In the 61st minute, Carolina Jennerwein scored on an assist from Ivett Accevedo to give the Braves a 2-0 lead. Rookie Ashby Owen scored his second goal of the season 11 minutes later and the Braves took a 3-0 lead. The Braves managed to keep the Warriors scoreless and won the game 3-0.
Inside the box
Ashby Owen scored his second goal of the season. Denaya Evans and Carolina Jennerwein scored their first goal of the season. Ivett Accevedo contributed his first goal of the season. Anna Tropansky started in goal for the Braves and finished with four saves in 90 minutes. Ottawa won the advantage over Sterling, 29-7.
The Braves (2-3-1) will have a quick turnaround as they host the Saint Mary’s University Spiers on Wednesday, September 29.e at AdventHealth Field. The match will start at 5 p.m. Live statistics and video will be available at www.ottawabraves.com.