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Thursday, 12 November 2009 13:31


11.12.09 | Women's Soccer

Women's soccer to host semifinal tonightChelsea Dunn

BALDWIN CITY, Kan. - Baker women's soccer will have their shot at advancing to the HAAC title game tonight when they face William Jewell College in the semifinals

The Wildcats (12-6, 6-3 HAAC) are led by Alix Schiraldi, who currently has nine goals on the season. Chelsea Dunn (pictured), HAAC Defensive Player of the Year will lead the defense

William Jewell College (12-5, 5-3 HAAC) are led by Nicole Littel, who also currently sits at nine goals on the season.


Baker defeated William Jewell College 1-0 to start out the month of October. Jenny Haynes scored the game winning goal in the first overtime period. Goalkeeper Maggie Dupes recorded two saves in the contest to record her sixth shutout of the season. Since Oct. 3rd Dupes has recorded four shutouts, bringing her season total to 10.


Not only did the Baker women earn a bye in the first round of the HAAC playoffs, they also raked in the postseason awards. Center back Chelsea Dunn was named HAAC Defensive Player of the Year. Dunn continues to lead a Baker defense that has recorded four shutouts over top 25 programs this season

Christine Janssens, Chelsea Dunn, and Alix Schiraldi were all named to the first-team All-HAAC. Mikayla Medlock, Gina Schiraldi, and goalkeeper Maggie Dupes were named to the third team.

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