WOMEN’S SOCCER SCORELESS AT WW
Also on Sept. 19, Bellevue College took on the women’s Walla Walla team which is ranked 2nd in the NWAACC Coaches’ Poll. The Bulldogs played a good defensive first half, repelling many quality attacks by the Warriors, playing to a 2-0 Walla Walla lead at the half. BC starting keeper, sophomore Kristina Myles (Seattle Christian), received a concussion during the first half, forcing her to sit out the second. Walla Walla finished the match with strong, persistent offensive opportunities, scoring four more goals to end it at 6-0.
BC women’s early season league record is 1-2-0. Early season games have been against strong teams in the East Division. The team continues to prepare for in-conference West Division matches.
The next match for BC women is against Wenatchee Valley College on the BC Soccer Field, Sat., Sept. 26, at 12 p.m.
ABOUT BC WOMEN'S SOCCER
Bellevue College has secured an outstanding reputation within the Pacific Northwest and in the nation. Bellevue has an extremely high student transfer rate and the soccer program is designed to develop and improve players' levels of ability to allow them to continue to play in their junior and senior years in four-year colleges.
Bellevue competes in the Northwest Athletics Association of Community Colleges that includes colleges from Washington, Oregon and Idaho. While the Puget Sound is a very strong soccer area, the program draws on talented players from the entire region.
Coaches in the BC program share a passion for the game and are especially focused to meet the individual needs of the players in the squad. Objectives include: continuation of player skills development, concentration on team play and communication, fostering fun and game enjoyment while maintaining a high competitive level and ensuring that the experience at BC is something that will always be cherished and looked back upon with pride and distinction.
Official preseason practice sessions begin in mid-August with the competitive season under way in early September and the play-offs in November.
Feel free to call, write or e-mail for any additional information. The staff will be delighted to send to you an introductory package. Players considering a soccer career here at BC should arrange for a visit with the coaching staff to exchange some thoughts that may help you to decide if this is the right place for you.
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