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by Kaylee Noborikawa, staff writer


It was a tough day for the HPU men’s and women’s soccer teams as the Argos of Notre Dame de Namur University shutout both teams on the Sea Warriors’ home field.

On Oct. 27, the Lady Sea Warriors (2-8) fell to NDNU, 3-0. The Lady Argos (5-5) scored two goals in the first half, and secured the victory with their third goal in the final minute of the game. HPU goalkeeper Veronica Ellmann recorded a game-high eight saves.

The Lady Sea Warriors have completed their season, after facing conference-leader Dixie State University on Oct. 31 and Grand Canyon University on Nov. 2 at Atherton Field.

The HPU men’s soccer team (4-5) played after the women’s game in a hard-fought match, but the Argos (4-4) slipped past the Sea Warriors with a goal in the last six minutes of the game, winning 1-0.

The first half was evenly contested with both teams taking four shots on goal and remaining scoreless at halftime. However, the Argos stepped up in the second half, outshooting the Sea Warriors, 9-1. At the 84th minute, HPU goalkeeper Matt Terry blocked an Argos shot, but NDNU’s David Wulff, rebounded the ball and scored the game-winning goal. Terry recorded six saves during the game.

The Sea Warriors finished their season on Nov. 2 against GCU, the PacWest Conference leader, at Atherton Field. Seven seniors will be honored from the men’s team.


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