“The conditions for today’s match were exhaustive. 100 degree-plus temperatures, humidity, turf, all made this 1-0 result on the road even that much more impressive,” said UVU head coach Greg Maas to reporters. “Once we settled into the match we created a number of quality chances, and that could’ve made it easier on ourselves. That said, I was very proud of our team’s individual and collective defending. We were organized, balanced, and committed to not give anything away.”
The Wolverine offense would finally come alive in the 85th minute with a goal by freshman defender Jenna Shepherd, who was assisted by junior defender Cassidy McCormick. Before anyone on the pitch could even blink, Shepherd got the Wolverines on the board again, unassisted in the 87th minute.
Saturday, Oct. 5, Utah Valley faced off against Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona, winning three of the four sets. GCU was previously 3-0 for WAC matches beating Chicago State, Kansas City and Seattle. UVU put a stop to this streak and added a loss to their record. The third win in WAC play so […]
The UVU Review: Volleyball – UVU volleyball has now won two-straight WAC games after dropping the opener last Thursday. They won on homecoming 3-2 against UTRGV, and yesterday 3-0 at CSUB. Thoughts on recent play? Women’s Soccer – UVU women’s soccer won their last non-conference game of the season last Saturday on homecoming over NDSU, […]
Utah Valley’s hockey team took to the ice against Weber State on Saturday, Oct. 5, in hopes of bouncing back from a loss against Brigham Young last weekend. The Wildcats came out with full control of the puck from the moment it hit the ice. It took less than a minute for WSU’s Jeremy Regeon […]