UD Women's Soccer 2016 Season Review



#4 Cascade Mayer (Kapaa, HI)


#00 Tori Fleharty (Richmond, TX) | #0 Elena Naccari (Covington, LA) | #8 Sydney Stirling (McLean, VA) | #15 Sarahi Osorio (Dallas, TX) | #17 Mackenzie Vasile (San Antonio, TX) | #23 Aileen Machado (Dallas, TX) | #25 Lauren Hood (Bedford, TX) | #26 Samantha Haeick (Las Vegas, NV)


#6 Kasaundra Eason (Henderson, NV) | #9 Sarah Gamble (Allen, TX) | #12 Mason Cosgrove (Las Cruces, NM) | #14 Samantha Deitschel (San Antonio, TX) | #19 Mariana Burciaga (Forney, TX) | #22 Ella Pedrozo (Austin, TX)


#1 Olivia Severson (La Crosse, WI) | #3 Chelsea Reeh (Boerne, TX) | #5 Victoria Salazar (Grand Terrace, CA) | #7 Gaby Gonzalez (McAllen, TX) | #13 Miranda Lozano (Richardson, TX) | #16 Kate Vidimos (Bedford, TX) | #18 Elisa Duran (Pomona, CA)


Dallas in OT at home versus Centenary College, 4-3. Chelsea Reeh netted the game-winning shot on pass from Elisa Duran in the 97th minute. Reeh also scored her first collegiate goal earlier and Duran finished with four points on a goal and two assists. Mariana Burciaga also dished a pair of helpers.

The Crusaders rattled off four goals - all from different individuals - in their first victory of the campaign versus McMurry University. Mackenzie Vasile got the first goal within 12 minutes. Mason Cosgrove and Miranda Lozano tallied their first netters of the season to round out a 3-goal 1st half. Kate Vidimos chimed in with a goal to help seal the final.

In a last-minute addition to the schedule, the Crusaders blanked Southwestern Adventist University with a season-high 9 goals. Chelsea Reeh broke an SCAC record and UD record for most goals in a single match with six. She also tied a school record for points in a single match with 12. Cascade Mayer notched her best performance on the year with two goals and just as many assists. Aileen Machado added a goal and assist.

Elisa Duran was the difference maker in a 2-0 victory Dallas earned over Millsaps College. UD had won consecutive contests and the rookie dialed both goals with one early in the first stanza and the other with less than 10 minutes to go. The second goal was assisted by Mason Cosgrove and Sydney Stirling. It was also Elena Naccari's lone shutout this season.


Dallas was involved in two draws this season, both 0-0 scores. Both were on the road in October at Texas Lutheran University (Oct. 16th) and Austin College (Oct. 21) respectively. With the Southwestern Adventist match sandwiched between the tilts, UD went 355:17 minutes without allowing an opposition score.
Chelsea Reeh broke into her first collegiate season with a team-leading eight goals and 16 points. She was credited with two game winners, which included the golden goal and program record setting night.
Elisa Duran also had a big rookie season, finishing second on the squad with three goals and two assists for eight goals. She also ranked second behind Chelsea Reeh for shots (51) and shots on goal (28).
Samantha Haeick only scored once but was a momentum building header that lifted the Crusaders 3-2 at the time versus Centenary College.
Mason Cosgrove led the team in assists with three and was credited with a game-winning goal in her lone score this season. She finished with five points.
The Crusaders logged four shutouts overall this season. Goalkeepers Elena Naccari and Olivia Severson combined at least 45 minutes in a trio of them. On the season, Naccari started all but two matches. The keeper tandem combined for 103 saves.


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17 Letter winners (* Denotes amount of letters)

Cascade Mayer****

Lauren Hood***

Elena Naccari***

Sydney Stirling***

Mackenzie Vasile***

Mariana Burciaga**

Mason Cosgrove**

Kasaundra Eason**

Elisa Duran*

Gaby Gonzalez*

Samantha Haeick*

Miranda Lozano*

Aileen Machado*

Sarahi Osorio*

Ella Pedrozo*

Chelsea Reeh*

Victoria Salazar*

Team MVP - Cascade Mayer

SCAC All-Sportsmanship Team - Mason Cosgrove

All-SCAC Second Team - Chelsea Reeh, Elisa Duran

USCAA All-Academic Team - Mackenzie Vasile


Chelsea Reeh individual Game Record for goals (6) and tied points (12) at Southwestern Adventist on Oct. 18, 2016.


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