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On Friday, Central Michigan University’s soccer team earned its first victory of the season, shutting out Youngstown State 2-0 on the road.It was freshman goalkeeper Zoie Reed, in her third career collegiate start, who earned the win in net.A native of Woodbridge, Connecticut, Reed made four saves en route to securing her team’s first victory of the season.Central Michigan Life talked with Reed on Wednesday to learn more about the new goalie.Q: What made you decide to venture to Michigan and attend CMU?A: I wanted a change from the Connecticut scenery and I wanted a new experience.
Freshman goalkeeper Zoie Reed kicks the ball out of her zone in an exhibition match against Michigan State Aug. 13 at Bennett Field.
Continuing its streak of road games to begin the season, Central Michigan University’s soccer team claimed its first victory Friday evening against Youngstown State.After the 2-0 effort CMU’s record improves to 1-2-1.Head Coach Peter McGahey said the win was not easy to come by, given the lack of familiarity between the two teams and the less-than-spectacular field conditions.“Sometimes when you travel, you’re playing an opponent that you’ve never played before,” McGahey said.
Starting in October, the Central Michigan University soccer team will be taking a 100-foot walk from Bennett Field to the new artificial turf field.The new field will be used for varsity soccer, varsity women’s lacrosse and club sports organizations.
One goal was scored in Sunday's soccer match between Central Michigan University and Creighton. The Chippewas scored it, but the Blue Jays won the game.Creighton's lone goal came 41 seconds before halftime in the 45th minute.
Though they overcame a 3-0 deficit in the second half, Central Michigan University’s soccer team fell 4-3 in two overtimes to Nebraska at Hibner Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska.After a pair of double overtime games in a row, CMU’s record moves to 0-1-1.Signs of offensive struggle against the Big Ten opponent were evident early, culminating with a lack of offensive chances in the first half.After leading much of the first half 2-0, the Cornhuskers tacked on an insurance goal midway through the second half to go up three, but CMU would go on to make a sizable dent in the Nebraska lead.Bringing the Chippewas to within a goal in the span of roughly a minute late in the second half were senior midfielders Kaeyln Korte and Samantha Maher.
While other Chippewa coaches spent the summer preparing for the 2015 season, Joe Nemzer was winning a gold medal with Team USA in Berlin for the 2015 Maccabi Games.Nemzer, the assistant head coach for Central Michigan University’s soccer team, was selected to be the head coach of Team USA women’s soccer team for the summer games in Berlin.Nemzer lead his team, consisting of primarily college-aged athletes, to a 4-0 record.
Chemistry between players can make or break the chances for a team to play for a championship. The 2015 CMU Soccer looks to use what it built last season to make a run at the title this season.
It its first regular season competition of 2015, CMU soccer tied Oakland University 2-2 on Sunday afternoon at the Oakland Soccer Field.The match was delayed indefinitely moments before overtime when the Rochester weather siren rang, alerting fans and the team to head for cover.In a physical contest that saw two Chippewas receive yellow cards, CMU surrendered the opening goal of the match in the 12th minute, but it did not trail for long in the first half.Freshman forward Alexis Pelafas and junior midfielder Samantha Maher supplied all of the scoring for the Chippewas within two-and-a-half minutes of play.Pelafas’ goal came at 18:47 while Maher scored 21:05 in. CMU remained on top for a majority of the match until a CMU penalty in the box gave the Golden Grizzlies a penalty kick, in which they took advantage of.OU's goal off the penalty kick during the 76th minute tied it 2-2.
With two exhibition matches under its collective belt and less than a week until its season opener, the Central Michigan University soccer team was picked to finish fourth out of six teams in the Mid-American Conference West Division in Monday's preseason poll. Ball State University and Western Michigan University were picked to take the division, with five first-place votes apiece.
In what could have been the final match at Central Michigan University Soccer’s Bennett Soccer Field, the Chippewas managed a 0-0 draw with the Michigan State Spartans. It was the first of two preseason exhibition matches for the Chippewas, with its second being Sunday at Valparaiso.
The Chippewas have two session practices, 20-hour weeks and eight-hour weeks. The team has just wrapped up the 20-hour segment as of last week and head into the eight-hour segments to end the semester.“We are creating learning experiences and a learning environment for the team that is going to challenge them,” Head Coach Peter McGahey said.
Finishing 6-11-2 on the season, the Central Michigan University women’s soccer team nearly qualified for the 2014 Mid-American Conference Tournament.
Central Michigan University’s soccer team finished their season with a scoreless tie against Toledo on Thursday afternoon.With the defeat the Chippewas have finished in last place of the Mid-American Conference’s West division for 2104.CMU conceded 20 shots against Toledo, but only four were on net.
Goalkeeper Heather Laeufer recorded two clean sheets as the Central Michigan University soccer team kept pace in the tightening Mid-American Conference Tournament Championship race this weekend.
The Central Michigan University soccer team has fallen short thus far in a season with high expectations.
Scoring three goals against Akron on Senior Day, the Central Michigan University soccer team kept their conference tournament hopes alive.
Keeping pace in the Mid American Conference tournament race, the Central Michigan University soccer team split a pair of games this weekend, claiming its first road victory of the season in the process.
Central Michigan University’s soccer team gained its first Mid-American
Conference victory of 2014 on Saturday against Bowling Green.Senior forward
Changing their luck will be the biggest task for the players of the Central Michigan University soccer team as they continue to battle for their first Mid American Conference win.