Yellowjackets report: UWS men's soccer continues deadlock atop conference

The UWS women's soccer team has won 11 games in a row.

University of Wisconsin-Superior

Wisconsin-Superior extended a deadlock atop the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference men's soccer standings by dispatching North Central 7-0 on Friday, Oct. 22, 2021 at NBC Spartan Sports Complex.

The Yellowjackets are already down to the third tiebreaker in the conference standings (modified goal difference in conference play) with Bethany Lutheran.

Karsten Kletti opened the scoring for UWS (11-6, 10-1 UMAC) In the sixth minute. UWS led 3-0 after 18 minutes and 5-0 at haltime. Nicolai Stokker had two goals and two assists for the winners, who had a 12-3 advantage in shots on target.

Alex Paredes and Payton Anderson shared goalkeeping duties, combining to make three saves.

UWS plays its home finale on Saturday vs. Northwestern.



Yellowjackets extend win streak to 11

Wisconsin-Superior peppered the North Central net, firing 52 shots, 26 of them on goal in a 5-0 rout of North Central on Friday.

Allison Alessi had the breakthrough for UWS and added a second goal later. Annah Schussman, Niya Wilson and Ava Giswold also scored. The Yellowjackets, who have won 11 consecutive games, did not allow the Rams a single shot.

The Yellowjackets host Northwestern on Saturday.


Nationally-ranked Northwestern dismisses UWS

No. 17 Northwestern showed its mettle on Friday, quickly dismissing Wisconsin-Superior 3-0 (25-10, 25-10, 25-15) at the Ericksen Center in St. Paul.

Northwestern hit .390 for the match and had 50 kills to the Yellowjackets' 17. UWS's hitting percentage was .000 (equal number of kills and errors).

Abby Glanzer of Northwestern had a match-best 13 kills and three aces. For UWS (9-15, 7-4 UMAC), Alexie Pryd posted six kills and two blocks. Jenna Anderson led the defense with 13 digs, while Megan Holtz had 11 assists and nine digs.

UWS plays Saturday at North Central.

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