1998 Women's Soccer Archive
Tigers finish second in SCAC after weekend sweep
Home wins over Rhodes and Hendrix propelled the Tigers to a second place finish in their first season in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. Overall, the Tigers finished with a 9-9-1 mark and a 6-1-1 record in SCAC play. Seven of the Tigers' losses came at the hands of teams in this year's NCAA Division III Championship.
DePauw beat Rhodes on Saturday with Amy Ferone, Kristi Merrill and Rachel Miller scoring for the Tigers. On Sunday, the Old Gold topped Hendrix 4-0 with Kristi Merrill recording a hat trick and Katherine McCleary adding a goal. McCleary recorded the shutout in goal in the Rhodes game and shared the shutout with Merrill in the Hendrix contest.
Tigers sweep weekend SCAC games to improve to 4-1-1 in conference play
Centre scored first against the Tigers on Saturday, but the Old Gold responded with three straight goals to win 3-1. Katherine Walch, Christina Matteucci and Kristi Merrill each scored with Merrill adding two assists and Lizzie Ephraim one. Centre entered the game undefeated in SCAC action at 5-0. DePauw continued on Sunday with a 3-0 blanking of Sewanee. DePauw goals came from Walch, Amy Ferone and Merrill with Beth Siedentopf, Ephraim and Naiomi Lundman contributing assists. The Tigers are now 7-9-1 on the season.
Tigers battle back from 2-0 deficit; tie Pirates
Down 2-0 in the second half, the women's soccer team battled back with a penalty kick from Beth Siedentopf with just over 18 minutes left in regulation and Amy Ferone's header with just 43 seconds left to knot the score at 2-2 and force the overtime.
Tigers battle hard, but fall to Trinity 1-0
The Tigers gave up an early goal to host Trinity and couldn't get on the board in a 1-0 SCAC loss. Trinity outshot DePauw 13-3 in the contest and Katherine McCleary recorded eight saves in goal. The Tigers, 5-9 overall and 2-1 in the SCAC, travel to Southwestern for a Sunday game.
Tigers battle 14th-ranked Crusaders, but fall in overtime
Nancy Clutter's goal with an assist from Amy Ferone tied the Tigers game with Wheaton at 1-1 at the 71:12 mark, but with just 3:40 left in the second overtime Wheaton's Amber Wiersma won the game for her team with her second unassisted goal in the contest. The 14th-ranked Crusaders outshot the Tigers 11-9. Katherine McCleary recorded six saves for the 5-8 Tigers.
Two second-half goals give Tigers 2-0 win over Austin
Kristi Merrill and Amy Ferone each scored second half goals to propel DePauw to a 2-0 win over visiting Austin College. Nancy Clutter assisted on both scores. The Tigers, 5-7 on the season, host Wheaton on Monday.
Tigers fall at Wilmington 3-0
The Tigers saw their three-game win streak come to an end as they fell by a 3-0 score on a rain-soaked field at Wilmington. The Tigers are now 4-7 on the season and host Austin on Saturday at 10 a.m.
Tigers roll to 8-0 win over Millsaps; move to 2-0 in SCAC
Katherine Walch and Renae Rogers each scored twice and Kristi Merrill added one goal and two assists to lead the Old Gold to an 8-0 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win over Millsaps. The Tigers, in posting their third consecutive shutout, improved to 2-0 in the SCAC. DePauw Game Statistics.
Tigers win second straight with 2-0 SCAC win over Oglethorpe
Nancy Clutter and Kristi Merrill each scored for the Tigers and Katherine McCleary recorded her second shutout in goal as DePauw opened SCAC play with a 2-0 win over visiting Oglethorpe. DePauw, 3-6 and 1-0, outshot Oglethorpe 28-3.
DePauw picks up second win on Cordes' OT goal and McCleary's shutout
Laura Cordes broke a 0-0 tie two minutes into overtime as the Tigers snapped a six-game losing streak with a 1-0 win at Earlham. Katherine McCleary recorded her first career shutout in just her third match in goal.
Tigers fall to 1-6 with loss to 12th-ranked Hornets
DePauw fell behind 2-0 in the first half and couldn't convert three one-on-one situations and lost to 12th-ranked Kalamazoo, 3-0. The Tigers were shut out for the third straight game and the fifth time this season.
Tigers fall to 1-5 with 2-0 loss at Chicago
he Tigers fell for the fifth straight time on Wednesday as they dropped a 2-0 decision at the University of Chicago. The host Maroons scored both goals in the first half and within five minutes of each other. The Tigers entertain Kalamazoo Saturday at 10 a.m.