Mon., Nov. 16, 2010
Azusa, Calif. -- On Monday, the Golden State Athletic Conerence Scholar-Athlete award listing was released. A total of 80 GSAC student-athletes were named from the 10 conference schools for the 2011 fall sports of men's and women's cross country, men's and women's soccer and volleyball. The athletes listed must have been a junior or senior in standing and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or above. The athletes from San Diego Christian College are listed below.
2011 Fall GSAC Scholar-Athletes
For a complete listing of 2011 Fall GSAC Scholar-Athletes, please visit the GSAC website by clicking this link.
Sat., Nov. 12, 2011
El Cajon, Calif. -- Two Hawks, Justin Picou (pictured left) and Hannah Waggoner (pictured below) were named to the All-GSAC soccer teams that were released on Saturday. Each team, men's soccer and women's soccer, consists of 28 selections from the 10 Golden State Athletic Conference competitors.
Picou, a junior from San Diego, finished out the season with two goals and four assists in 16 games while playing both forward and defender for the Hawks. Waggoner, a senior from San Diego, led the GSAC in both goals (13) and points (28) while finishing second all-time on SDCC’s career points and goals scored list. This was the third All-GSAC selection for Waggoner in four seasons.
For the men, Biola University was the GSAC tournament champion while Fresno Pacific won the regular season title. Junior Paul Islas (Fresno, CA) from FPU received the GSAC Player of the Year award. Jamie Rodriguez, FPU’s head coach, was awarded GSAC Coach of the Year.
Point Loma Nazarene swept the GSAC Awards for the women with Tim Hall as Coach of the Year and Erica Wessels as Player of the Year. PLNU was the regular season champion and Azusa Pacific University was the GSAC tournament champion for the women.
For a full listing of the awards, go to GSAC Men's Soccer and GSAC Women's Soccer.
Photos courtesy of Kyle Cabezas-Jones
Sat., Oct 29, 2011 [box score]
El Cajon, Calif. --After a flurry of goals midway through the first half, the San
Diego Christian College women’s soccer team found themselves tied up, then behind
as the Master’s College Mustangs scored three first half goals in route to a 4-1 victory on Saturday afternoon.
The loss ends the Lady Hawks season at 5-11 and 1-8 in the
After falling behind in the 24th minute, the Lady
Hawks scored just over a minute later on the quick attack. Freshman Gabrielle
Kelly connected with Senior Nicole Quintanilla on a cross from the right into
the box and Quintanilla headed the ball in for her fifth goal of the season.
The Mustangs responded quickly scoring in the 31st
and 33rd minutes to take a 3-1 lead into half.
The second half saw the Mustangs tack on another goal in the
51st minute. SDCC was able to fire off five second half shots, but
was unable to find the net.
The SDCC soccer program honored the six seniors and their
contributions to the program before the game. The seniors included Katelyn
Ogle, Kelly Brakebill, Kelsey Messmer, Mireya Flores, Hannah Waggoner, and
October 25, 2011[box score]
El Cajon, CA-- With the season winding down, the San Diego Christian
College women’s soccer team was looking to play spoiler to the #25 Vanguard University
Lions’ seeding in the GSAC playoffs. While things held together through one
half, the Lions were able to pull away with five second half goals in route to
a 6-0 victory.
The loss sends SDCC to 5-10 overall and 1-7 in the GSAC. VU
moves to 12-3-1 and 4-2-1 in the GSAC.
The Lady Hawks fought hard in the first half, limiting the
Lion attack to one goal in the first half. Senior goalkeeper Katelyn Ogle kept
VU at bay with six first half saves while facing 12 shots to send SDCC into the
locker room down one at the break.
“We played well in the first half,” said Head Coach Carlos
Calderson. “Thing broke down in the second half and we got beat.”
The second half was a different story as VU fired off 11
shots with 5 finding the net. Amanda Couch had two goals and an assist for the
Lions in the game.
SDCC finishes their season at home on Saturday at 12:00pm
for Senior Day.
Tue., Sep 27th, 2011
San Marcos, Calif. -- The Lady Hawks traveled north to battle Cal State San Marcos on Tuesday afternoon, falling to the ninth rated Cougars 2-0.
Both teams battled to a 0-0 tie through the first half. CSUSM (8-1-1) outshot SDCC (4-4) 10-1 in the first frame, but tough defense and goalkeeper Katelyn Ogle’s three first half saves kept the game scoreless.
Six minutes into the second half, the Cougars’ Lauren Johnson scored her first of two goals when she recovered a loose ball in front of the net and placed it over Ogle’s hands to give CSUSM a 1-0 lead.
The game stayed 1-0 until a foul in the box gave the Cougars a penalty kick. Johnson took advantage and placed the ball in the back of the net to take a 2-0 lead.
The Hawks were outshot 19-3. Ogle continued her consistent performance this season, playing all 90 minutes and collecting 7 saves in the game.
The Lady Hawks continue GSAC play and travel down the 8 freeway to battle Point Loma Nazarene University on Wednesday, October 8th at 1:30pm.
Sat., Sep 24th, 2011
Fresno, Calif. --
After a successful non-conference campaign, The San Diego Christian College Lady Hawks soccer team was shutout for the first time this season as they kicked off GSAC play on the road against Fresno Pacific, losing 4-0.
The Sunbirds (5-1-0, 1-0-0) scored two goals within four minutes of each other in the first half. Demi Hamilton scored both first half goals for FPU, who played SDCC (4-3-0, 0-1-0) for the last time as a member of the GSAC.
For the game, FPU outshot SDCC 31-13, including 16 shots on goal for the Sunbirds to the Hawks’ 6. Senior goalkeeper Katelyn Ogle had 10 saves for the Hawks.
SDCC plays at Cal State San Marcos on Tuesday, September 27th.
Tue., Sep 20th, 2011
Aliso Viejo, Calif. --The San Diego Christian College women’s soccer team continued their consistent play as they wrapped up the non-conference portion of their schedule Tuesday afternoon, defeating Soka University 5-0.
The Hawks (5-2-0) were led by Senior Captain Hannah Waggoner who had two goals and two assists for the game. Waggoner continues to put up big numbers for the season and is currently leading the GSAC in goals scored and the NCCAA in goals per game.
Freshman Elya Jasper scored a pair of goals for her first of the season, while Freshman Ashley Jarosin also scored her first goal of the season. Evelyn Navarro and Kelly Boes chipped in with an assist each.
Goalkeeper Emily Wilson, in her first start of the season, posted a shutout, recording two saves.
The Lady Hawks begin GSAC play on Saturday, September 24th at Fresno Pacific University.