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    The Memorial Sea-Hawks completed a weekend sweep of the Mount Allison Mounties with an 8-0 victory on Sunday afternoon at King George Vth Soccer Field.

    Mitchell Barry (Goose Bay, NL) opened the scoring for the Sea-Hawks in the 34th minute after receiving a great pass from teammate Ryan Farrell (Kildare, Ireland). It was the first career goal for the rookie striker. That would be the lone marker in the first half, giving the Sea-Hawks a 1-0 advantage at the break.

    Memorial put the pressure on the Mounties to start the second half, with Daniel Crewe (Paradise, NL) scoring one minute and twenty seconds in to extend their lead to two goals. The Sea-Hawks would then get goals from Ranaldo Morris (58 , 85 ), Tyler Kirby (61 , 64 ), and Tyler Forsey (72 , 73 ) to make the final score 8-0.

    Forsey also scored twice in Saturday s opener to give him four goals early in the season.

    Mitchell Barry was the Subway Player of the Game, registering the game winning goal for the Sea-Hawks.

    The Sea-Hawks head to Halifax next weekend for games against the Saint Mary s Huskies and Dalhousie Tigers. The Mounties return home with games scheduled against the UPEI Panthers and the Acadia Axemen. All games are available on webcast at AUStv.ca.

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    The Memorial Sea-Hawks defeated the Mount Allison Mounties 9-0 in their season opener on Saturday afternoon at King George V Soccer Field in St. John’s.

    While the Sea-Hawks were able to put 9 goals on the scoresheet, it wouldn’t be until the 27th minute until they could solve goalkeeper Claire West (Bedford, NS), when Emily Bailey found the back of the net for the home side. From there, the scoring was more consistent with goals from Nicole Torraville (33′, 55′), Jessie Noseworthy (38′), Jane Pope (48′), Keisha Younge (62′), Lauren Taylor (76′, 87′), and Emily Bailey (27′, 50′).

    Memorial outshot Mount Allison 27-5 and the score could have been higher, but the Mounties received a strong performance from West who finished with 9 saves, while facing a constant flurry of action all game long.

    Nicole Torraville was the Subway Player of the Game, registering two goals on five shot attempts.

    The Mounties will look to rebound tomorrow, as the teams will play the second game of the two game weekend set. Game time is 12:00pm NST at King George V Soccer Field and can be seen on AUStv.ca.

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    The Memorial Sea-Hawks registered a 3-0 victory over the Mount Allison Mounties in AUS Women’s Soccer. The win gives the Sea-Hawks an opening weekend sweep to start the 2017 season.

    The Sea-Hawks outshot Mount Allison 8-0 in the first half, but we unable to solve Mounties goalkeeper Claire West (Bedford, NS). Both teams would go into the break scoreless.

    Memorial would continue to pressure the visitors, outshooting them 14-1 in the second half. Teri Murphy (St. John’s, NL) finally put one passed West in the 69th minute on a great individual effort. Jessie Noseworthy (St. John’s, NL) would add to the lead in the 75th minute, while Jane Pope (St. John’s, NL) added one more to make the final score 3-0.

    Teri Murphy was the Subway Player of the Game, registering the game winning goal for the Sea-Hawks.

    The Sea-Hawks head to Halifax next weekend for games against the Saint Mary’s Huskies and Dalhousie Tigers. The Mounties return home with games scheduled against the UPEI Panthers and the Acadia Axewomen. All games are available on webcast at AUStv.ca.

    Source: Memorial Athletics

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