2006 - Women's Soccer schedule/results

10-7-1 Overall, 6-5-1 GPAC - Season statistics

AUGUST

Aug. 26

Calumet College - St. Joseph

Seward, Neb.

W 7-1

Aug. 29

York College

Seward, Neb.

W 4-1

SEPTEMBER

Sept. 1

St. Mary - Kansas

Leavenworth, Kan.

W 2-1

Sept. 2

Ottawa University

Ottawa, Kan.

W 2-0

Sept. 6

#16 Bellevue University

Seward, Neb.

L 4-0

Sept. 9

Mount Marty College*

Yankton, S.D.

W 8-1

Sept. 12

College of St. Mary

Seward, Neb.

L 2-0

Sept. 16

Dordt College*

Seward, Neb.

L 2-0

Sept. 19

Midland Lutheran*

Fremont, Neb.

L 4-0

Sept. 23

Northwestern College*

Seward, Neb.

W 2-0

Sept. 27

Nebraska Wesleyan*

Seward, Neb.

L 3-0

Sept. 30

Dakota Wesleyan*

Mitchell, S.D.

W 3-1

OCTOBER

Oct. 3

Hastings College*

Hastings, Neb.

T 3-3 (2OT)

Oct. 7

Univ. of Sioux Falls*

Seward, Neb.

W 4-1

Oct. 11

Doane College*

Crete, Neb.

W 2-0

Oct. 14

Briar Cliff University*

Seward, Neb.

L 2-1

Oct. 21

Morningside College

Sioux City, Iowa

W 1-0

Oct. 26

Dana College*

Seward, Neb.

L 2-1

NOVEMBER

Nov. 1-8

NAIA Regional Tournament

TBA

 

*Denotes GPAC games

Home Contests In Bold

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2006 - Women's Soccer roster

No.

Name

Pos.

Ht.

Yr.

Hometown

00

Sara Webb

GK

5-10

So.

Littleton, Colo.

1

Tori Reetz

GK

5-9

So.

Lincoln, Neb.

2

Felicia Freitas

F

5-2

Fr.

Hollister, Calif.

3

Laura Ochs

MF

5-7

Sr.

Wichita, Kan.

4

Carolyn Chrzan

F

5-9

Fr.

Burbank, Calif.

5

Allison Chrismer

D/MF

5-4

Fr.

St. Peters, Mo.

6

Amber Dirks

D

5-5

Fr.

Omaha, Neb.

7

Andrea Carpenter

D/MF

5-6

Sr.

Colorado Springs, Colo.

8

Ashley Dirks

D

5-5

Fr.

Omaha, Neb.

9

Lauren Mutter

F

5-5

So.

Vail, Colo.

10

Brittany Tomsick

MF

5-2

Sr.

Arvada, Colo.

11

Matilda Kond

MF

5-2

Fr.

Mt. Hagen, Papau New Guinea

13

Erin Ernest

D

5-3

So.

Spring, Texas

15

Sarah Strohschein

F

5-4

Sr.

Annandale, Minn.

16

Annika Norz

MF

5-4

Fr.

De Pere, Wis.

17

Bethia Barone

F

5-6

Fr.

Colo. Springs, Colo.

19

Gentri Brown

F

5-3

Sr.

West Jordan, Utah

21

Shelley Hermann

MF

5-8

Fr.

Lincoln, Neb.

23

Dana McClain

MF

5-4

Fr.

Greenwood, Ind.

24

Jessica Nehrt

D

5-4

Fr.

Greenville, Ill.

30

Shelly Davis

GK

5-7

Jr.

Fort Worth, Texas

2006 - Coaching staff

Head coach: Rob Giesbrecht

Ziegler, Brown named 2006-07 Athletes of the Year

The 2006-07 Bulldog athletes of the year were named at the annual all-sport banquet on Wednesday evening, April 25. The male recipient was Jon Ziegler, while Gentri Brown was honored as the female athlete of the year.

Ziegler, a senior from Lincoln, Neb., has been a leader for the Bulldogs men's basketball team for the last four years. He finished as the all-time leading scorer in Concordia history with 2,099 points, eclipsing the mark set in 1971.

During the 2006-07 season he led the Bulldogs in both points and rebounds, averaging 21.3 points per game and 7.4 boards per game. On five occasions he scored 30 or more points in a game, including a career and school-record 47 point performance against Sioux Falls in his final home game.

Other honors for Ziegler in his final season include being named All-GPAC first-team as well as being tabbed the GPAC defensive player-of-the-year. In addition, Jon was honored by the NAIA being tabbed as a third-team All-American.

A four-time time all-GPAC player, Ziegler was named to the NAIA Division II All-tournament team in 2004-05 when the Bulldogs finished as national runner-up.

Jon also garnered other honors including being named the NAIA Men's Basketball Player of the Week, the first time a men's basketball player from Concordia has earned the honor. He was also named to the All-Tournament team at CIT 2005 and 2006 as and at the St. Xavier Midwest Tourney in 2006.

In addition to Jon's 2,099 points, he also tallied 762 rebounds, 287 assists, 223 steals and made 173 three-point field goals during his four-years on the court for the Bulldogs.

Brown, a senior from West Jordan, Utah, led the Bulldog women's soccer team in both goals with 19, and points with 42. Her 19 goals were second best in the Great Plains Athletic Conference. In addition, her 2.33 points per game ranked No. 2 in the GPAC.

Early in the season Brown had a stellar week, netting six goals during three Bulldog picked wins. She also added an assist, playing a part in seven of the Bulldogs eight goals during that week. Her performance earned her GPAC and NAIA Region III Player of the week Honors.

Overall, during her senior season she scored just over 45 percent of the Bulldogs total goals on the season.

During her four years on the field she was named Honorable Mention All-GPAC Three times. In her senior campaign she was named a NAIA Honorable Mention All-American Selection as well as being named to the First Team All-GPAC and NAIA Region Three.

An NAIA Scholar-Athlete, Gentri has continued to move up the Concordia women's soccer statistical charts, finishing in the top five in goals, assists and points.

On her career she has amassed 47 goals, 27 assists and 121 total points. She also had seven game-winning goals.

Four Bulldogs earn 2006 All-GPAC honors

The Concordia women’s soccer team has placed four players on the 2006 Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) All-Conference team. The list is made up of 14 first-team members, 13 second-team members and an honorable mention list.

Senior forward Gentri Brown and senior midfielder Brittany Tomsick were each named to the first-team while senior Laura Ochs and freshman Carolyn Chrzan were tabbed as honorable mention selections.

Brown (West Jordan, Utah), led the Bulldogs in both goals (19) and points (42). Her 19 goals was second best in the GPAC. In addition, she was second in points and points per game (2.33) in the conference.

“This is a great honor and a great way for Gentri to finish her career at Concordia,” said Head Coach Rob Giesbrecht. “All of her stats and her accomplishments are because of her hard work. She is just a true competitor.”

Tomsick (Arvada, Colo.) was the Bulldogs leader in assists (12) and added seven goals, including two game winners. She finished the season second in the GPAC in assists and assists per game. This is the second consecutive year that Tomsick has earned first-team GPAC honors.

“Brittany was a key to our offense,” added Giesbrecht. “She handles all of our corner kicks and can really put the ball in great position for her teammates to have an opportunity to score.”

Ochs (Wichita, Kan.) played both the midfield and defense for Concordia. She finished with a pair of goals and five assists, but according to Coach Giesbrecht she does much more than the stats indicate.

“Laura is a very deserving player,” said Giesbrecht. “She doesn’t always get the stats, but she did a great job for us defensively.”

Chrzan (Burbank, Calif.) was the third leading scorer for the Bulldogs despite being slowed by an injury for the majority of the season. She finished the season with six goals and four assists.

“Carolyn had a great start to her season,” said Giesbrecht. “The fact that she was still a major contributor despite not being 100 percent illustrates how good of a player she is.”