Thunder Women's Soccer News
10/31 - Thunder Drop Season Finale
ANGOLA, Ind. - In their final game of the season, the Trine University women’s soccer team nearly pulled off the upset against defending conference champion Alma College, but fell 1-0. The Thunder end their season with an overall record of 1-16-3 and 0-14-2 in the MIAA.
The Thunder defense held strong in the first half as Alma sent a barrage of shots at the net, as the Scots out-shot Trine 14-0. The strong Thunder defense held the game scoreless at halftime.
The second half would be a different story, as Alma scored just 1 minute 57 seconds into the period after the initial shot hit the post.
Trine would look to score the equalizer as they had several opportunities late in the game, but were unable to send the game into overtime.
Freshman goalie Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) finished the cold afternoon with seven saves, six of which came in the first half.
Freshman Jordyn Rogers (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Snider) led the Trine offense with two shots, both of which were the Thunder’s only shots on goal.
10/27 - Thunder Fall Short on Senior Day
ANGOLA, Ind. - The Trine University women’s soccer team fell to visiting Saint Mary’s College by a score of 3-0 on Senior Day. Despite the score, the Thunder fought hard on a day where they honored their lone senior, Ruth Feliciano (Ashland, Ohio/Ashland).
The Thunder (1-15-3, 0-13-2 MIAA) would hold the visiting Belles to a scoreless first half, but Saint Mary’s got the momentum in the 60th minute with a laser kick from 45 yards out to the top right corner of the net. That would be the only goal needed, as the Thunder failed to score in the game.
The Belles would add two more goals the first coming in the 66th minute after a breakaway and give and go led to a goal to the far left corner. The second came at the 75th minute when a failure of Thunder defense to clear the ball led to a chip over the goalie’s head and into the right side of the net.
Freshman goalie Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) recorded 11 saves in the loss.
Freshmen Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll) and Jamie McCarrell (Jackson, Mich./Jackson) led the Thunder with three shots a piece. Sophomore Amy Williams (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Northrop), Freshman Jordyn Rogers (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Snider) and Feliciano each had one shot on the day.
Trine will finish out their season at home on Halloween, October 31, at 3:00 p.m. when they face Alma College.
10/25 - Thunder Drop Final Road Game
OLIVET, Mich. - In their final road game of the season, the Trine University women’s soccer team fell to Olivet 3-1. The Thunder return home for their final two games with a 1-14-3 overall record and 0-12-2 in the conference.
Olivet started with the heavy winds to their backs which they used to their advantage scoring two goals in the first half.
Olivet would add another goal in the second half as the ball bounced down and off the crossbar before finally trickling in.
Down 3-0, the Thunder would go on the offensive fury as they pushed the Comet defense. Senior Ruth Feliciano (Ashland, Ohio/Ashland) would score her first goal of the season in the 58th minute. Feliciano sent a rocket from the far right side of the penalty box, finding the back of the net inside the far post. The senior defender has now scored in each of the three seasons she’s been a member of the team.
Trine would continue to press in the second half, out-shooting Olivet 11-10, but were unable to find the back of the net again.
In a homecoming of sorts, freshman Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) made eight saves on the afternoon. Junior Lauren Tait (Syracuse, Ind./Wawasee) also made a spectacular defensive save, using her body to stop a would-be goal. Freshman Madi Sabo (Grass Lake, Mich./Grass Lake) also made a defensive save for the Thunder booting away a potential goal.
Freshman Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll) led the Thunder with four shots on the day but fellow freshman and hometowner Kayla Case (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) had a game-high three shots on goal.
Olivet out-shot the Thunder for the game 21-14, but Trine put over half their shots (8) on net.
Trine will now return home where they host Saint Mary’s on October 27 at 12:00 p.m.
10/23 - Thunder Bitten by ‘Dogs
ADRIAN, Mich. - It was a tough night for the Trine University women’s soccer team as they fell to rival Adrian 6-0. The Thunder drop to 1-13-3 on the year and 0-11-2 in the MIAA.
Adrian scored twice in the first half, in the 13th and 33rd minutes. The Bulldogs would come out and score just 22 seconds into the second half before adding three more goals in the final period.
Freshman Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) made eight saves in goal for the Thunder while facing 20 shots on the night.
Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll), a freshman, led the Thunder with three shots attempts, two of which came on goal. Fellow freshman Jordyn Rogers (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Snider) attempted two shots in the game. In all, six the Thunder’s seven shot attempts for the night came on net.
Trine will head to Olivet for their final road game of the season on October 25 for a 4:00 p.m. game.
10/17 - Thunder Fall in OT
ANGOLA, Ind. - After a nearly 40 minute lightning delay, the Trine University women’s soccer team fell in overtime to Kalamazoo 1-0. The Thunder drop to 1-12-3 on the season and 0-10-2 in the MIAA.
The Thunder were out-shot 12-1 in the first half and 13-1 in the second half, but the defense behind freshman goalie Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) held strong not allowing a goal in regulation. Trine was able to attempt three shots in regulation, each came on target.
With eight minutes left in the second half, both teams were pulled off the field due to lightning. When play resumed, neither team would find the back of the net.
In overtime, Trine would be called for a foul inside the box, giving Kalamazoo a penalty kick just 2:43 into the extra frame. The Hornet’s Natalie Reszka would convert on the penalty kick ending the Thunder’s hope for an overtime victory.
Davis made 11 saves on the afternoon between the pipes, marking the fifth time she recorded double-digit saves in a game.
Freshman Kayla Case (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) led the Thunder with two shots and Trisha King (Archbold, Ohio/Archbold) added Trine’s other shot attempt.
Trine will take a week off before traveling to Adrian on October 23 for a 7:00 p.m. game.
10/13 - Thunder Earn Draw with Albion
ALBION, Mich. - After jumping out to an early two goal lead, the Trine University women’s soccer team played to a 2-2 tie with Albion College. The Thunder’s record now stands at 1-11-3 on the season and 0-9-2 in the conference.
Freshman Kayla Case (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) got the scoring going early for the Thunder as she scored her second goal of the season in the 10th minute. Sophomore Kara Franks (Smithville, Ohio/Smithville) earned the assist on the goal by Case. Just before the half, freshman Madeline Sabo (Grass Lake, Mich./Grass Lake) scored her first collegiate goal in the 41st minute off an assist from former high school teammate, sophomore Miranda Allen (Grass Lake, Mich./Grass Lake).
The Trine lead would get cut into in the 65th minute as Albion scored an unassisted goal. Just eight minutes late the Britons would score the equalizer as the game would go into overtime.
In the first overtime, both sides had two opportunities to score as the Thunder would also have two chances in the second overtime but neither team was able to put home the game-winner.
Freshman goalie Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) made two saves for the Thunder in net.
Freshman Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll) led all players with nine shots in the game, including four of which came on goal.
For the day, Trine out-shot the Britons 16-11, including 9-4 on goal.
The Thunder will next be at home on October 17 when they host Kalamazoo at 4:00 p.m.
10/11 - Thunder Drop Tough One to Dutch
ANGOLA, Ind. - It ended in heart break for the Trine University women’s soccer team as they fell to Hope on two late goals, 2-0. The Thunder are now 1-11-2 on the year and 0-9-1 in the conference.
Trine’s defense came up huge in the first half as the two teams would play to a scoreless half, despite the Thunder being out-shot 10-1.
The Thunder would pitch a shutout through the first 25 minutes of the second half before Hope would break through in the 70th minute. The Flying Dutch would score again in the 85th minute after Trine was called for a handball near the box.
Trine held Hope to just five shots in the second half, while the Thunder had a shot attempt in each period, one each by sophomore Amy Williams (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Northrop) and freshman Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll).
Freshman goalie Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) made nine stops on the afternoon for the Thunder.
Trine will get right back to action on October 13 when they travel to Albion for a 12:00 p.m. match.
10/9 - Davis Makes 16 Saves as Thunder Fall to Knights
ANGOLA, Ind. - Despite a huge defensive effort from freshman goalie Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet), the Trine University women’s soccer team fell to Calvin 3-0. The loss drops the Thunder to 1-10-2 on the year and 0-8-1 in the MIAA.
The Thunder defense held strong through the first 10 minutes, but would surrender a goal in the 11th minute. The defense would shutout the Knights over the next 57 minutes as they trailed just 1-0 at the break. Calvin would score in the 68th minute off a shot that just squeaked by and into the net. The final goal came on a little bit of bad luck for the Thunder. After the initial shot from about 3 yards out was stopped by Davis, the Calvin player would be right there to get the rebound for the empty net goal.
Despite allowing the three goals, Davis made a season-high 16 saves while facing 26 shots for the match.
Trine’s best opportunity for a goal came in the 15th minute when sophomore Eleni Agelopolous (Munster, Ind./Munster) stole the ball from a Calvin defender and a ripped a shot from 15 yards out but it sailed wide right.
Trine will have a day off before returning to action on October 11 when they host Hope for a 4:00 p.m. match.
10/6 - Thunder Fall to Olivet on Homecoming
By Sports Information Student Assistant Haley Killingbeck
ANGOLA, Ind. - It was a cold, cloudy evening at Fred Zollner Athletic Stadium where the Trine University women’s soccer team put up a fight, but couldn’t come up with a goal against Olivet College. The loss drops the Thunder to 0-7-1 in the MIAA and their overall record to 1-9-2.
Lauren Vanderhoff of Olivet scores the only goal of the game in the 57th minute. In a scramble in front of the net, Vanderhoff chipped it into the upper left corner of the goal for what would be the game-winner.
Freshman goalie Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) had 2 saves for the Thunder.
For the match Olivet attempted nine shots, three of which came on goal while the Thunder attempted only four shots with three on target.
The Thunder will next take on Calvin at home on October 9 at 4:00 p.m.
10/3 - Thunder and Belles Don’t Mix
NOTRE DAME, Ind. - It was a tough, cold trip west on I-90 for the Trine University women’s soccer team as they fell to Saint Mary’s College 4-0. The Thunder fall to 1-8-2 on the year and 0-6-1 in the MIAA.
The Belles got on the board midway through the opening half, scoring on a header off a corner kick in the 24th minute. Six minutes later Saint Mary’s would tack on another goal that bounced off Trine’s goalkeeper.
Saint Mary’s added goals in the 74th and 87th minutes as the Thunder were unable to rally a comeback.
Trine Freshman goalie Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) faced 16 shots on the afternoon while making four saves.
Sophomores Miranda Allen (Grass Lake, Mich./Grass Lake) and Amy Williams (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Northrop) along with freshman Kassi Ellsworth (Kingston, N.Y./Kingston) each recorded a shot on goal for the Thunder.
Trine will return home to host Olivet for homecoming under the lights of the Fred Zollner Athletic Stadium at 6:00 p.m. on October 6.
9/29 - Thunder Drop Conference Road Game
ALMA, Mich. - An early goal put the Trine University women’s soccer team behind the figurative soccer ball as they would fall to defending conference champion Alma, 2-0. The loss drops the Thunder to 1-7-2 on the season and 0-5-1 in the MIAA.
Alma found the back of the net just 3:49 into the game, for what would be the game-winner. The Scots would add a goal in the 17th minute, as neither team was able to score in the second half.
Trine’s lone shot attempt came from senior Ruth Feliciano (Ashland, Ohio/Ashland) in the first half but was saved by the Alma goalie.
Freshman Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) recorded six saves in net for the Thunder, including four in the first half.
For the afternoon the Scots out-shot Trine 33-1.
Trine will go back out on the road as they travel to Saint Mary’s on October 3 for a 4:00 p.m. game.
9/25 - Thunder Feel the Sting of Hornets
KALAMAZOO, Mich. - An early goal forced the Trine University women’s soccer team to play from behind for most of their game as they were unable to mount a comeback in their 3-0 loss to Kalamazoo. The loss drops the Thunder to 1-7-2 on the season and 0-5-1 in the MIAA.
The Hornets would score the only goal they would need just three minutes into the game as Maya Smolcic slipped the ball past Trine freshman goalkeeper Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet)
Kalamazoo would add goals in the 57th and 71st minutes as the Thunder were unable to close the gap in the second half.
Davis finished the night with 10 saves, including seven in the first half alone, while facing 31 shots.
Trine’s lone shot on goal game from sophomore Melissa Smiles (Davisburg, Mich./Holly) in the fifth minute. Freshman Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll) attempted Trine’s only other shot, which came early in the first half.
Trine will travel to Alma to battle the defending conference champs on September 29 at noon.
9/22 - Davis Makes Season-High 15 Saves in Loss
By Sports Information Student Assistant Caitlin Reynolds
ANGOLA, Ind. - The Trine University women’s soccer team battled the elements along with visiting Adrian College, but came up short against the Bulldogs 2-0. The Thunder drop to 1-5-2 on the season and 0-3-1 in the MIAA.
The weather was less than perfect as a steady rainfall and an hour delay for lightning halted the game 15 minutes into the second half just after Adrian took the 1-0 lead in the 52nd minute on a goal by Lauren Cozzi.
The Bulldogs would add an insurance goal in the 65th minute after the two teams returned from the weather delay as Ellery Karsten put her shot over the left shoulder of Trine goalie freshman Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet).
Davis finished the afternoon with a season-high 15 saves in net. It was the most by a Trine goalie since Kate Wegert recorded 16 saves on September 25, 2010 at Indiana Tech.
Sophomore Melissa Smiles (Davisburg, Mich./Holly) along with freshmen Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll) and Jamie McCarrell (Jackson, Mich./Jackson) each recorded a shot attempt, with Smiles shot being the only one to come on net. For the match, Trine was out-shot 26-3.
The Thunder will travel to Kalamazoo on September 25 for a conference match beginning at 7:00 p.m.
9/19 - Trine and Britons Play to a Tie
ANGOLA, Ind. - Despite out-shooting their opponent 19-6, the Trine University women’s soccer team had to settle for a tie with Albion College 1-1. The Thunder now sit at 1-4-2 on the season and 0-2-1 in the MIAA.
All the action in the first half was down at the Britons end of the field as Trine out-shot Albion 10-0 in the half. Five of the Thunder’s shots came on net, but they were unable to find the back of the net.
The Thunder defense allowed just one shot on goal in the second half, but a handball in the box in the 66th minute gave Albion the opportunity to score. The Britons Rachel Reem would covert on the penalty kick to give them the lead.
It would take nearly the rest of the period for the Thunder to put a ball on net, but when they did, Trine made sure to make it count. Off of sophomore Eleni Agelopolous’ (Munster, Ind./Munster) corner kick, freshman Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll) headed home the equalizer for her second goal of the season with just seven minutes remaining in regulation.
Each team had a shot on goal in each of the two overtimes, but the Thunder had the best opportunity in the second OT. Sophomore Trisha King (Archbold, Ohio/Archbold) launched a ball from the top of the box. In one of the craziest plays either coach said they had ever seen the ball ricocheted off the cross bar, off the left post and into the Albion goalies hands.
Freshman goalie Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) made three saves on the day for the Thunder.
Reed led the Thunder with six shot attempts.
Trine will look to get their first conference win of the year when they host Adrian College at 12:00 p.m. on September 22.
9/15 - Late Goal Gives Thunder Tough Loss
HOLLAND, Mich. - The Trine University women’s soccer team put up a fight against Hope College in their conference match-up, but fell on a late goal to the Flying Dutch 1-0. The loss drops the Thunder to 1-4-1 on the year and 0-2 in the MIAA.
Despite being out-shot 13-1 in the opening half, the Thunder defense held strong as the game remained scoreless through the first 45 minutes of the game.
It wasn’t until the 73rd minute that the Thunder surrendered a goal to Hope’s Amy Olsen.
Sophomore Eleni Agelopolous (Munster, Ind./Munster) and freshman Kayla Case (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) each attempted two shots and a shot on goal while sophomore Kara Franks (Smithville, Ohio/Smithville) also tallied a shot on net.
Freshman goalkeeper Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) faced 33 shots on the night while making nine saves.
Trine will look to take down Albion College when they play their home opener on September 19 at 4:00 p.m.
9/13 - Thunder Fall in Conference Opener
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - It was a tough start to the conference season for the Trine University women’s soccer team as they fell 5-0 to Calvin. It’s the third straight loss for the Thunder, dropping them to 1-3-1 on the year.
The Knights scored the only goal they would need in the ninth minute, as they led just 1-0 at the break.
Calvin would tack on four more goals in the second half, including two that came just a minute apart. The final goal of the match came in the 85th minute as Calvin headed home the ball off a cross pass.
Freshman Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) made five saves in net for the Thunder.
Trine’s only shot on goal came from Sophomore Miranda Allen (Grass Lake, Mich./Grass Lake) just after the start of the second half in the 46th minute. Sophomore Eleni Agelopolous (Munster, Ind./Munster) and freshman Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll) also attempted a shot for the Thunder.
Trine was out-shot 27-3 on the afternoon including 10-1 on goal.
The Thunder will have another tough conference match when they travel to Hope College on September 15 for a 7:00 p.m. game.
9/9 - Thunder Drop Second Straight Game
HANOVER, Ind. - For the second time in as many days, the Trine University women’s soccer team was shut out as they fell to Hanover 3-0. The loss drops the Thunder to 1-2-1 on the year.
Despite being out-shot 12-2 in the first half, the Thunder trailed by just one goal at the half as the Panthers took the lead just before the break as Rachel Alvis scored off a rebound in the 39th minute.
The Panthers would score again in the 51st minute before tallying their final goal of the game on a penalty kick in the 70th minute.
Trine’s only shot on goal came in the 79th minute as freshman Lindsay Hoffman’s (Millbury, Ohio/Lake) shot was saved by the Hanover keeper.
Freshman goalie Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) made six stops on the afternoon, three in each half for the Thunder.
Hoffman and sophomore Amy Williams (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Northrop) led the Thunder with two shot attempts for the day.
For the match, the Panthers out-shot Trine 27-7.
The Thunder will begin conference play on September 13 when they travel to Calvin for a 4:00 p.m. game.
9/8 - Thunder Drop First Game of the Season
CRESTVIEW HILLS, Ky. - The first loss of the season for the Trine University women’s soccer team proved to be a tough pill to swallow as they fell 6-0 to non-conference opponent Thomas More College. The Thunder are now 1-1-1 on the year.
The Saints jumped out to an early lead as they scored three goals in the first 12 minutes of the game. Thomas More added another goal in the 39th and 42nd minutes to lead 5-0 at the half.
One more goal would be tacked on for the Saints in the 75th minute as the Thunder were unable to find the back of the net as they were shut out for the first time this season.
For the Thunder, freshman Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) made four stops in just under 79 minutes of work between the pipes. Junior Hannah Hewes (Fremont, Ind./Fremont) came on the play the final 10 minutes in net but did face a shot.
Freshman Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll) had Trine’s only shot on goal while attempting two shots.
Thomas More out-shot the Thunder, 18-6, including 10-1 on-goal.
Trine will go right back to work facing Hanover on September 9 at 1:00 p.m.
9/1 - Thunder earn Tie in Second Double OT game of the year
OLIVET, Mich. - For the second time in as many days, the Trine University women’s soccer team went to double overtime, however this time they earned the tie with the Milwaukee School of Engineering 1-1. The Thunder are now 1-0-1 on the season.
Trine scored early as freshman Skyler Reed (Ft. Wayne, Ind./Carroll) netted her first collegiate goal just 12 minutes into the game. Sophomore Eleni Agelopolous (Munster, Ind./Munster) found Reed off a corner and buried it home from eight yards out.
The Raiders tied the game in the 31st minute as Caitlin Liddiard scored from inside the six yard box.
That is where the game would stand for the next 59 minutes, sending the Thunder to yet another overtime match.
In the first overtime, neither team was able to attempt a shot through the 10 minute frame. In the second overtime period the Raiders were able to attempt three shots, but none were able to find the net. For Trine, both Agelopolous and Reed had attempts to end it but neither shot came on target.
Freshman Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) made 10 saves between the pipes, half of which came in the opening period.
On the afternoon, the Raiders out-shot Trine 19-9. Freshman Jamie McCarrell (Jackson, Mich./Jackson) led the Thunder with two shots on goal for the day.
Trine will take the week off before going back out on the road as they travel to Thomas More College for a two-day tournament where they face the Saints on September 8 at 1:00 p.m.
8/31 - Agelopolous Leads Thunder to Win in Double Overtime
OLIVET, Mich. - It was a wild finish in their first game of the season as the Trine University women’s soccer team pulled out a 2-1 victory in double overtime over Manchester University on sophomore Eleni Agelopolous’ (Munster, Ind./Munster ) goal in the extra frame.
The Spartans would strike first as they netted the first goal just 12 minutes into the game after their initial shot was blocked by a Trine defender.
Trine would answer back just before halftime as the freshman duo of Lindsay Hoffman (Millbury, Ohio/Lake) and Kayla Case (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) connected on a through ball up the middle as Case scored from six yards out.
Neither team was able to find the back of the net in the second half as both teams tallied five shots in the period, sending the game into overtime.
The first extra frame saw the Thunder take two shots on goal but was denied their opportunity to take the game.
Trine needed just one shot in the second overtime as Agelopolous netted the game-winner 3:26 into the period. Yet another freshman in Jamie McCarrell (Jackson, Mich./Jackson) found Agelopolous who was able to slip the ball past the Spartans keeper from 10 yard out.
Making her first collegiate start in goal for the Thunder was freshman Sloan Davis (Olivet, Mich./Olivet) and made eight saves on the nights to earn the victory.
Case led the Thunder with a game-high four shots on goal while Agelopolous has three shots on target.
For the game, Manchester out-shot the Thunder 15-14, but Trine was able to place 10 shots on goal while the Spartans had just nine.
Trine will return to action on the final day of the Comet Cup hosted by Olivet College where they will face the Milwaukee School of Engineering tomorrow, September 1 at 3:00 p.m.
8/23 - Trine Women’s Soccer Picked to finish Seventh in MIAA
ROYAL OAK, Mich. - The 2012 Trine University women’s soccer team was picked to finish seventh in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association preseason poll. The Thunder finished the 2011 campaign with an overall record of 5-13-2 and was seventh in the conference with a 3-11-2 record. Defending champion Adrian was chosen as the preseason favorite ahead of Alma. Kalamazoo, Hope, Calvin and Saint Mary’s were all picked ahead of the Thunder with Olivet and Albion rounding out the poll.
After winning their first conference game since 2004, the women’s soccer team will look to improve upon their three MIAA wins a season ago. The squad will feature just four upperclassmen and will again rely heavily upon underclassmen after finishing last season with their most victories since 2003.
On the offensive side, the lone senior Ruth Feliciano (Ashland, Ohio/Ashland) will look to lead the young Thunder squad. The team returns their second leading scorer in sophomore Trisha King (Archbold, Ohio/Archbold) who tallied four goals last season. After playing in all 20 games and making 10 starts a season ago, fellow sophomore Amy Williams will look to become an offensive threat for the Thunder. Another pair of sophomores in Miranda Allen (Grass Lake, Mich./Grass Lake) and Melissa Smiles (Davisburg, Mich./Holly) started 19 games last year and will look to contribute again this season.
The ladies will open the season with two tournaments on the road, the first at Olivet (MI) on August 31 through September 1 followed by Thomas More (KY) September 8-9. Their first home game will be on September 19 when they host MIAA foe Albion.
Poll Results (first-place votes in parenthesis): 1. Adrian (7) 9 pts. 2. Alma (1) 18. 3. Kalamazoo 27. 4. Hope (1) 28. 5. Calvin 29. 6. Saint Mary’s 45. 7. Trine 51. 8. Olivet 53. 9. Albion 64.