Dakota County Technical College
The Dakota County Technical College Women's soccer team finished the season with a 14-3-1 record. The Women's team finished their season on Wednesday, October 28, 2015 with a 3-0 loss to Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, Iowa. The Women's team played well in the windy and rainy conditions, but did not have any breaks go there way throughout the game. Early in the game, DCTC was called offside to take away a great scoring chance, while Indian Hills seemed to get all the breaks with the ball bouncing their way the entire game. While the final score showed on the scoreboard as a 3-0 game, the game was far from the disparity of goals. DCTC created many chances to score, but were unable to connect on the final shot during the game. This was only the second time all season the ladies were unable to score.
The DCTC Women's team will be loosing nine players due to having used their two years of eligibility and may be loosing another three to graduation. All three still have one year of soccer eligibility left. The nine that will be departing the team will be:
Maddie Strid – Forward (Eagan High School) Career Stats: 27 Goals, 7 Assists
Alicea Del – Roye - Defender (Tartan High School) Career Stats: 0 Goals 1 Assists
Christine Brill - Defender (Park High School) Career Stats: 2 Goals, 2 Assists
Kenya Macias - Midfielder (Farmington High School) Career Stats: 6 Goals, 10 Assists
Anna Giles - Midfielder (Sibley High School) Career Stats: 18 Goals, 15 Assists
Lacie Anderson - Midfielder (Park High School) Career Stats: 0 Goals, 2 Assists
Lizzy Shellum - Defender (Northfield High School) Career Stats: 0 Goals, 2 Assists
Alissa Allen - Defender (Burnsville High School) Career Stats: 3 Goal, 3 Assists
Jordyn Brietbarth – Goal Keeper (Hilo High School) Career Stats: 1.9 Goals Against AVG.
The three players that will still have eligibility but may not be back are Midfielder, Brooklyn Leichtnam (Fairmont High School), Taylor Vagt (Highlands Ranch High School), and Lindsay Florey (De LaSalle High School).
Highlights of the 2015 Season:
•Went 8-0 versus other Minnesota Junior Colleges
•4-1 against the Iowa Junior Colleges
•New Locker Room at Ames Soccer Complex for Women's Soccer Team
•Trip to Chicago, Illinois