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Where the team finished last year
Concordia St Paul finished last season with a 10-8-1 record overall (8-6-1 conference), good for sixth in the Division II Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC). They lost in the opening round of the NSIC Tournament to higher seeded Augustana.
Any awards the team won (all conference, all region, etc)
Jordan Rowan-Stafford (2nd Team All NSIC) – 5g, 6a. Her 16 points were tenth best in the NSIC
Jade Weller (3rd Team All NSIC) – 4g, 2a. Contributed to 7 shutouts from the backline in 2017.
Haleigh Bares (3rd Team All NSIC) – Played all 19 games as a freshman, starting 15.
From Head Coach Steve Bellis:
Describe the way you like the team to play
Always a tough question and it will depend upon the situation.....but hopefully you will see a team that is Creative going forward and attack minded in every position. Defensively strong as a unit and as individuals, every player will compete physically to ensure we win 1 v 1 battles. Team members are committed to a common purpose and have common goals.
Talk about the type of players you bring in (location, experience, etc)
Concordia soccer gains six new recruits for 2018 season
Who are some key returning players?
- Jade Weller - a senior who will be playing some of her best soccer yet, she's focused and driven to finish on a high.
Jordan Rowan Stafford - our creative #10 who just loves to score
Who could be some new contributors?
How can people follow your team? (game streams, local media, etc)
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Anything else you’d add
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