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William Jessup University begins fall season

Warriors soccer and volleyball
By: Staff Report
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Womens Soccer William Jessup University womens soccer bounced back from its earlier loss to defeat Northwest Christian University 3-0, Friday. The Warriors all-time career scoring-leader Jacque Cassell scored two goals, while sophomore Dallas Butterfield scored the final goal. Both players are from California. OIT _ Oregon Institute of Technology showed why the NAIA ranked them No. 9 as they downed William Jessup 3-1, last week. After battling to a 0-0 standoff in the first half, the Mustangs picked up the tempo to score at the 68:18 mark, 12 minutes later they collected two more goals in a 30-second period to seal the victory. The Warriors managed four shots on goal, while OIT took 17. The Mustangs also had a 4-0 advantage in corner kicks Womens Volleyball The Lady Warriors are struggling this season losing four matches at the Holiday Inn Summer Slam, Biola University, La Mirada, this past week. They were blanked 3-0 by No. 16 College of Idaho, No. 5 Biola U., and CSU-San Marcos, and dropped a 3-1 decision to Vanguard University. The Warriors also fell to Oregon Tech, Aug. 24, after coming off a 3-1 loss to Northwest Christian the night before. The Hustlin Owls of OT swept all three games, 25-19, 25-22, and 25-14. The Warriors kept pace in games one and two, but simply couldn’t steal one from OT. William Jessup’s Lauren Koons had nine kills, and Elaina Murphy had 17 assists. The Warriors came up with 34 digs in the contest. Mens Soccer The Warriors’ mens soccer team opened the season with a 1-0 win over Northwest Christian University (Eugene, Ore.) at home, Friday. Senior Jay Weislogel delivered a great corner kick that found junior Chris Hall (Auburn), who kicked the ball past the Beacons’ goalkeeper in minute 85. The club travels to Southern California to take on No. 4 Vanguard U. in Costa Mesa this week, then on to Concordia University in Irvine.