Women’s Soccer Third in ICCAC

Blue Knights 11–6–1 as of Oct. 19, 2010

Following a 2–0 win over the Rochester Community and Technical College Yellowjackets Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010, the second over RCTC this season, the Blue Knights women’s soccer team is primed to enter the NJCAA Region XI Tournament. DCTC’s top in-state rival, RCTC is ranked #5 in the latest NJCAA Women’s Soccer Division III Top 10 National Poll.

The Knights are currently in third place in the ICCAC behind the Iowa Western Community College Reivers in first place and the Iowa Central Community College Tritons in second.

“This has been a season of unexpected interruptions,” said Head Coach Cam Stoltz, referring to five players who have been sidelined with injuries, including Alexis Osborn, a promising freshman forward, and Emily Jorgenson, a talented midfielder. “As of now, we are slated as the third seed going into the Region XI quarterfinal. We are lined up to host the sixth seed, probably Iowa Lakes, at home. We have been competitive in every match so far and are set to turn it on in the playoffs.”

The quarterfinal game is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010, at the Ames Soccer Complex on the DCTC Rosemount campus.

Amanda Olsen (12)

Amanda Olsen, a sophomore forward, leads the team with a whopping 26 goals; she’s second in assists with 13. Last season, Olsen was named to the NJCAA Div. I All-American roster with Honorable Mention recognition. Olsen also leads the ICCAC in goals and is second in assists.

Katia Galvan (13)

Katia Galvan, a freshman midfielder, has also proved an offensive force. She’s second with 16 goals and a team-leading 14 assists. Galvan is tied for second in the ICCAC in goals and is first in assists.

Ana Brewster (7)

Kate Fox (14)

Ana Brewster, a sophomore midfielder, has five goals with nine assists. Sophomore Midfielder Kate Fox has four goals with seven assists.

Sandy Dyer (16)

Sandy Dyer, a freshman goalkeeper from High Wycombe, Australia, has 59 saves with a .756 save percentage. Freshman Keeper Amber Hawk has 34 saves with a .694 save percentage.

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