2010 Women's Soccer Season Summary - Ohlone Renegades Women's Soccer
Women’s soccer team squeaks into playoffs
November 18, 2010, Ohlone College Monitor - The Ohlone women’s soccer team lost against the City College of San Francisco’s Lady Rams 1-0 Tuesday, Nov. 2. Read more Women's soccer team squeaks into playoffs (PDF).
Local community college update
November 15, 2010, Tri-City Voice: Sports - Both local junior colleges finished their 2010 seasons last week. … Ohlone women’s team had a significantly more sunny finish to their 2010 campaign, beating Chabot College 2-0 in their finale. Stephanie Costa and Reanna Williams scored the Renegades goals, and Luisa Cardenas recorded the shutout as the keeper. Ohlone finished with a winning record of 10-8-2, 8-5-2 in the Coast Conference North. Chabot, who struggled offensively throughout the season, ended the year with a 2-16-1 record.
Local Community College Update
November 9, 2010, Tri-City Voice - Ohlone's women have been running hot, with seven wins and a tie in their last 10 games. Last week, they rebounded from a 1-0 loss at City College of San Francisco with a 4-0 beating of winless Mission College. Hayley Fields scored twice for the Renegades, and teammates Julia Bartolo and Cheyenne Kisthardt each scored once.
Local junior college update
November 2, 2010, Tri-City Voice - The Ohlone College women's soccer team fell to fourth place in the Coast Conference North division with a hard-luck 1-0 loss to Las Positas in a game which Renegades coach Larry Heslin said that his team "had much of the run of play for most of the 90 minutes." Ohlone missed several close-range shots, and Las Positas capitalized on one of their few opportunities, the goal coming off the foot of Breanna Berry. With the defeat, Ohlone fell to 8-6-2 overall, 4-3-1 in the division, seven points behind division leader City College of San Francisco.
Ohlone sports update
October 26, 2010, Tri-City Voice - Ohlone's women were able to pick up the slack for their school, winning twice and extending their unbeaten streak to seven games (5-0-2). Against De Anza, the Renegades allowed only a single shot on goal, and they took advantage of their opportunities. Read more Ohlone sports update.
Local community college update
October 19, 2010, Tri-City Voice - The Ohlone women's team took a couple of road trips and pushed their unbeaten streak to six games, tying West Valley 1-1, and beating Cabrillo College 4-1. Reanna Williams scored the Renegades' lone goal against West Valley, but despite taking control in the second half, outshooting West Valley 10-0, they could only escape with the draw. Against Cabrillo, Ohlone spread the ball around, scoring on goals by Julia Bartolo, Chloe Blancas, Melissa Flores, and Laura Gorecki. With the win, Ohlone improved to 6-5-2 overall, 4-2-1 in division play.
Community college athletics wrap
October 12, 2010, Tri-City Voice - Ohlone's women's team came through with two wins, edging Skyline 1-0 when, in the 90th minute of the game, Cheyenne Kisthardt beat two Skyline defenders as well as the onrushing goalie before poking the ball into the empty net. Read more Community college athletics wrap.
Ohlone sports update
October 8, 2010, Tri-City Voice - Ohlone's women's team snapped their five-game slide with a 1-1 tie against San Francisco City College, and took out their recent frustrations with a 6-0 spanking of Mission College on Friday (Oct. 1). Goal scorers for Ohlone included Chloe Blancas (who netted a pair), Cheyenne Kisthardt, Sarah Welker, Megan Tannenbaum and Brigitte Ngo.
"We're looking to have this be our breakout game that leads us on a winning streak," said head coach Larry Heslin. The Renegades ended the week with a 1-2-1 division record, 3-5-1 overall.
Local community college sports report
September 28, 2010, Tri-City Voice - Losing was the frustratingly recurrent theme for both local community colleges last week, as both Ohlone and Chabot colleges struggled for victories in their collective sports. … The Ohlone women's team had an explosive performance on Sept. 21 against Las Positas, putting three goals on the board (Chloe Blancas, Shelly Erber and Reanna Williams), but even that was not enough, as Positas ruined Ohlone's division opener with four goals of their own. The Renegades' offensive firepower didn't make the trip with the team later in the week to Butte College, who beat Ohlone 1-0 on a Rachel LeDuc goal. At week's end, the Renegades were 2-5, 0-2 in divisional play. …
Community college soccer update
September 21, 2010, Tri-City Voice - Ohlone's women's soccer team didn't have as successful a week as their male counterparts, losing two close games to fall to a 2-3 record. Diablo Valley College started off the Renegades' week with a 2-1 decision, making the most of their three shots on goal against Ohlone's keeper Jessica Mortimer. Read more Community college soccer update.
Women’s soccer falls in home opener
September 16, 2010, Ohlone College Monitor - After the Lady Renegades’ loss to Modesto College last Thursday, expectations were that the team would come firing back at their home opener. Read more Women's soccer falls in home opener (PDF).
Community college sports update
September 14, 2010, Tri-City Voice - The Ohlone women's soccer team had a 1-up, 1-down week in 2 road games. Their first contest came at Sacramento City College, where goalkeeper Jessica Mortimer and the Renegade defense recorded a 2-0 shutout. Ohlone's points came courtesy of goals by Laura Gorecki and Sarah Welker. Read more Community college sports update.
Community college fall sports preview
August 31, 2010, Tri-City Voice - The hunt for another trip to the playoffs never occurred for the Lady Renegades, who couldn't fully rebound from an 0-3-0 start to the season. Read more Community college fall sports preview.
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