MARQUETTE, Mich. - Five different players scored for Michigan
Tech in a 5-0 GLIAC soccer win at Northern Michigan Saturday (Sept.
22). The Huskies improve to 5-2-0 overall and a perfect 3-0-0
conference record after completing the season sweep of the
“I thought our team played an incredible game of soccer today,” said head coach Michelle Jacob. “We asked them to come out strong, and that is exactly what they did. We were able to put in an early goal and then continued to have good combinations on the field, possess and create quality shots throughout the game. We are very proud of our players and their performance.”
The Huskies wasted no time scoring in the opening minute. MacKenzie Jordan scored off a rebound created off a save by the goalie.
Alyssa Hynnek factored into the next two Tech goals. She sent a through pass to Lexi Herrewig who scored in the 11th minute. Hynnek scored a goal of her own unassisted in the 35th minute.
The Huskies scored two more goals in the second half thanks to Katie Boardman in the 61st minute and Haley Crites in the 69th.
The five Tech goals ties the school record for most goals in a game.
The Huskies finished with a 20-9 advantage in shots, including a 13-4 mark in shots on goal.
Jenna Phelps made four saves in goal for the Huskies.
Tech, who is tied for first in the GLIAC, hosts Findlay Friday (Sept. 28).