Phillips begins tenure as women’s soccer coach

kantor forex di malang اسهم ام القرى كم وصلت By Joe Barbito, news staff

هل الاسهم الجديده الاسمنت فتحت The Northeastern University (NU) women’s soccer team rounded out the opening month of their schedule with a two-game trip to Philadelphia to take on La Salle University and St. Joseph’s University jak inwestowac na giełda , beating La Salle and losing to St. Joe’s to bring their record under new head coach Ashley Phillips to 2-3-1. برنامج التجاره The Huskies began the season in the Constitution State against the University of Connecticut with a 1-0 loss on August 19th. Sophomore goalkeeper Nathalie Nidetch posted a career فوريكسhigh 10 saves but gave up the lone goal with 13:43 left in regulation.

الاسهم السعودية تداول اليوم NU then played its first home game of the season against the University of Rhode Island on August 21st. After double overtime, the match ended in a 0-0 draw.

الأستثمار في الذهب The Huskies الفوركس تداول first win came against Providence College (PC) when sophomore Hannah Rosenblatt scored the game-winning goal with 7.7 seconds left in double overtime. This was her second career goal, the first also being a game winner. متى رجيع اسهم اسمنت ام القرى NU then went on a three-game road trip, which began with a 2-0 loss to No. 16 Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas. After a two-hour lightning delay, the Red Raiders scored two second الاسهم السعوديه منتديات تداول –half goals for the only offense of the game. Nidetch stopped eight shots, but the Huskies were held scoreless.

forex medlem The Huskies then traveled to Philadelphia for a two-game set against La Salle and St. Joe’s.

اسهم تداول اليوم In its highest-scoring game thus far, NU beat La Salle 4-3 on another late goal from Rosenblatt. The game opened with three quick strikes for the Huskies; freshman midfielder Kerri Zerfoss scored her first collegiate goal at 28:28 which was followed by two more team goals in ten minutes.

ny close forex brokers The second match in Philadelphia was more defensively minded. St. Joe’s held the score at 1-1 until the 82nd minute when they netted the deciding goal to end the match at 2-1.

szybko zarobić pieniądze Late-game goals have been an issue all season for NU, and Phillips says the team has been working on it throughout the off-season.

قيمة السهم العادل اسمنت نجران “We really tried to work on discipline and defense as a team,” Phillips said. “Less chasing, and being more organized on defense.”

تنزيل برنامج تداول الذهب She also said the record of this team does not reflect how they’ve been playing.

“There’s still a lack of focus […] we’ve created a lot of chances but also missed on a lot of them. We’re getting the ball in front of the goal,” said Phillips, who is confident her team will be able to fix this before conference play begins.

Phillips is also happy with her three-player freshman class. Zerfoss already has a goal to her name, and her transition to a centerback has been smooth.

“It wasn’t her position by design; she didn’t play there in high school,” Phillips said. “We have been able to utilize her for numbers in the back and it has worked well so far.”

She also said she is impressed with freshman forward Olivia Ware فوركس عربي , whose speed and athleticism Phillips credited in setting up one assist. Phillips added that she likes what she has seen from Emily Evangelista and wants to give all three freshmen more minutes.

“I couldn’t be happier and plan on going with them going forward,” she said of her rookies.

Off to a 2-3-1 start in her first year as head coach, Phillips seemed optimistic about the program going into the next homestand and conference play. She credits former head coach Tracey Leone with being very open during Phillips’ time as an assistant 20000 ريال سعودي كافية للبداية في الاسهم , which she said let her begin running this team more easily.

The Huskies take on College of the Holy Cross on Thursday and Boston College on Saturday for two home games at Parsons Field in Brookline, Mass.

photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

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