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Soccer wins big in homecoming game Lady Saints ’05-06 season previews by Kevin Shively Helena Independent Record The Carroll College soccer team took the first half to get settled on Sunday, but once they did, they took control of a game against their biggest rival. The Saints scored all three of their goals against Montana State University-Billings in the second half, beating the Yellowjackets 3-0. \MSU-Billings and Carroll is a big rivalry,\ said Carroll coach Mark Hiemenz. \They have a very competitive attitude when they play each other, and even a little dislike for one another. There's a real fire when we play.\ The first half of the game saw a lot of play in the midfield, with the two teams battling back and forth evenly, but in the second half, the Saints took over. \We really controlled the pace of play in the second half,\ said Hiemenz. \We had a lot of good opportunities and capitalized on several.\ Carroll took the lead about 10 minutes into the second half, when Katie Smith scored an unassisted goal, breaking past two defenders and sending the ball just out of reach from keeper Megan Plank. Carroll ace Jenni Annicchiarico scored again for the Saints 10 min utes later on a cross from mid fielder Cassidy Merrick. The final goal came unassisted from Sarah McLaughlin. \We caught the defense flat and she found the ball inside,\ said Hiemenz. \She got free and played it off the opposite post.\ MSU-Billings had its fair share of shots in the game, firing off three in the last 10 minutes, but Carroll keeper Nikki Skaggs got in the way of everyone and picked up the shutout. \MSU-B is a quality opponent,\ said Hiemenz. \They don't let you get away with a lot, so three-nil is a good result. We're both really organized teams.\ Carroll, who is 4-2-1 after the win, will host Albertson College Saturday at 2 p.m. by Molly Priddy Intern Writer It’s a new year at Carroll, which means a new fall season full of soccer, volleyball and basketball. The Saints are gearing up to impress with high hopes for their seasons. Soccer has already started their season with some very important wins. Already 3-1 in their first two tournaments, the Saints are steamrolling the competition. They expect only success for the future. “We are just getting start ed,” said junior midfielder Sarah McLaughlin. “We have good chemistry on the field.” The Saints volleyball team is also looking for big wins in the future. After breaking even (4-4) in their first couple of tourna ments, the Saints would like to improve their play. “We started at ground zero this season. A new coaching staff, new team dynamics. We are getting better with each match, and we really feel that we are going to peak at just the right time,” says junior middle hitter Tiffany Rochelle. The basketball season has not yet started, but already the Saints are getting amped up to win. “Even though every year brings a new team, we really do have new dynamics this season,” says senior guard Emili Woody. “We really have a solid core.” Even with the immense success of last season’s visit to the national tournament, the Saints are expect ing even greater things. “We know as a team that we need to get further this year—we have unfin ished business at the national tour nament,” remarks Woody after “Come to our games! We won’t disappoint you. We love to have fans in the stands!” --Saints soccer player Sarah McLaughlin, junior midfielder reflecting on last season. The team’s first official practice was Monday, September 19. As the Carroll community expects success from each team, the teams ask only for one thing in return. “Come to our games! We won’t disappoint you,” says McLaughlin. “We love to have fans in the stands!” Schedules for soccer, volleyball and basketball can be found on the Athletics page of the Carroll website, www.car- rolledu. Photo courtesy of Carroll College. I. • I I I I I I I t i l i f N.M 1-1 appo nfm e n t R EA ■rap j a . \ \ 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 Go Saints! The Prospector wishes our Saints the best of luck this weekend! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2005 VOLUME 89, NO.l.