2010-2011 Women’s Soccer Stats

2010-11 UFV Cascades

CIS National Championships

Goals:
Caitlin Blondin (1)
Danielle deBruin (1)
Danika Snook (1)
Carly Neeson (1)

Assists:
Danielle Schmidt (1)
Caitlin Blondin (1)

Penalty Shots:
Danielle deBruin
Marie Verbenkov
Carly neeson
Caitlin Blondin
Andrea McLachlan

Goalkeeping:
Chantelle Biagioni  GP:  2  GA:  2  Average: 1.00 Saves: 10 Shutout(s): 1
Record: 1-1

Charmaine Biagioni GP: 1 GA: 2 A Average: 2.00 Saves: 1 Shutout(s): 0
Record: 1-0  – Penalty Shots:  Against: 4 Saves:  2

Canada West Post Season Statistics

Goals:
Ellen Kuyer (2)
Danika Snook (1)
Chelsea Steffen (1)

Assists:
Danielle Schmidt (2)
Megan Webster (1)
Ellen Kuyer (1)
Danierlle deBruin (1)

Penalty Shot Goals:
Ellen Kuyer
Danielle deBruin
Andrea McLachlan
Caitlin Blondin
Chelsea Steffen

Goalkeeping:
Chantelle Biagioni  GP:  2  GA:  2  Average:  1.00 Saves: 8 Shutout(s): 1
Record: 2-0  – Penalty Shots 4 against, 2 saves

Final Canada West Regular Season Statistics.

http://english.cis-sic.ca/sports/wsoc/2010-11/teams/ufv

Cascades Women’s Soccer

Goals:
Megan Webster (8)
Ellen Kuyer (5)
Carly Neeson (5)
Danika Snook (2)
Caitlin Blondin (2)
Danielle de Bruin (1)
Danielle Schmidt (1)

Assists:
Danika Snook (2)
Andrea McLachlan (2)
Ellen Kuyer (1)
Samantha Slack (1)
Caitlin Blondin (1)
Megan Webster (1)
Roxanne Snook (1)
Carly Neeson (1)
Lyndsay Munro (1)

Shots:
E Kuyer 25
M Webster 15
C Neeson 12
D Snook 11
C Steffan 7
A McLachlan 6
L Munro 6
C Blondin 5
D de Bruin 5
D Schmidt 5
R Snook 3
D Pinning 2
M Vaughan 1

Goalkeeping:
C Biagonni       GP:  14  GA: 17  Average:  1.21 Shutout(s): 5 Saves:  61 Record: 8-5-1

Team Corner Kicks:
Cascades:     84
Opponents:   33

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