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Brady stands on head as WolfPack drop final league game to Huskies

Katie Harding
Image Credit: Thompson Rivers University
October 24, 2016 - 10:05 AM

When the 2016 Canada West women’s soccer season started, Deanna Brady of Richmond, BC was the third goalie on the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack.  On Sunday (Oct 23), you wouldn’t have known it as she stood tall in the Pack’s 2-0 loss to the visiting University of Saskatchewan Huskies at Hillside Stadium.

The Huskies were making their first ever visit to Hillside Stadium and Kamloops to play soccer. The teams were tied 0-0 after the first half with Brady making 15 saves.  In the contest she handled 31 shots as Thompson Rivers finished the regular season with a record of 1-12.   The Huskies were battling for second spot in the Canada West Prairie Division and finished at 8-3-3.

Credit: Thompson Rivers University

Goal scoring:

  1. 64:29 – Sask-  Erica Hindmarsh (5th year, midfield, Saskatoon, SK)  unassisted Turnover40 yards out leads to a 35 yard boot. Hindmarsh’s fourth goal of the year.  SASK  1  TRU 0
  2. 80:48 – Sask-- Leesa Eggum (4th year, striker, Saskatoon, SK)  on cross from  Erica Hindmarsh . Her fourth goal of the year.  SASK 2  TRU 0   FINAL.              

Corner Kicks:   

Saskatchewan  11 (six in the second half)    TRU  3  (all in first half)
Saves:   TRU 15 (eight in the first half)    Saskatchewan 0
Shots by Period:  Saskatchewan  31 (16 in second half)   TRU  5  (three in first half)
Keepers:   Saskatchewan: Jaydyn Steinhauer (1st year, Saskatoon, SK)  0 shots on goal 90:00
                TRU:   Deanna Brady (1st year, Richmond, BC) 17 shots on goal 2 goals against 15 saves 90:00

Saskatchewan  8-3-3   TRU 1-12

The WolfPack are done for the year while the Huskies will play in the Canada West playoffs next week.

TRU Bookstore/McDonalds Leader of the Pack Player of the Match  

Before the game, the WolfPack honored their lone graduating player.  Katie Harding (3rd year, midfield, Salmon Arm, BC) still has another year of U Sport Eligibility left but is poised to graduate this spring from the Thompson Rivers University Nursing program.

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