Deep Would Repeat

Sunday, October 6, 2019

Shell Place, SMS Equipment Stadium

Fort McMurray, Alberta

Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) Women's Soccer

Keyano College Huskies 2 The Kings University Eagles 0

Entering the ACAC women's soccer program in 2002-2003, the Keyano Huskies best regular-season record prior to this year was two wins and eight losses in 2011-2012.

With today's 2-0 victory, the Huskies have established a new standard with three wins, one tie, and six losses.

Eagles had the first real scoring attempt coming at 24 minutes but Keyano goalie Bridie Harding (1st year, Elementary Education, Crewe, United Kingdom) came up with a stop.

Scoreless first half.

Huskies lit up the scoreboard just before the 62-minute mark with Emma Bendera (1st year, Elementary Education, Ponoka Alberta) making a nifty pass to teammate Amber Deep (1st year, Power Engineering 4th Class, Edmonton Alberta) who curled the ball to the open left side of the net.

Deep would repeat with another score at 83 minutes with a blast from the left side from 18 yards out.

Huskies Home Hardware/Boston Pizza Player of the Game was Deep.

Eagle POG goes to Kaleigh Greidanus (3rd year, Biology, Peace River, Alberta).

Huskies host the Lakeland College Rustlers October 18-19, 2019 to conclude the ACAC regular season.