September 15, 2012, Saskatoon (ISN) – The University of Saskatchewan Huskies tallied three goals in 11 minutes en route to a 6-1 victory over the visiting University of Winnipeg Wesmen Saturday afternoon in Saskatoon’s Griffiths Stadium in PotashCorp Park.
Saskatchewan led the match 2-0 entering the second half but broke the match open with goals in the 55th, 59th and 66th minutes. Winnipeg also tallied in the time period in the 61st minute.
In the match, rookie striker Erica Hindmarsh and captain Leanne Mylymok each found the net twice. Both also added an assist in the match.
Mylymok played a major role in Hindmarsh’s first tally sending her the ball from a free kick that Hindmarsh was able to send into the top of the net in the 30th minute. Hindmarsh scored her second CIS goal in the 59th minute when she was left alone at the side of the net.
Mylymok scored her goals in the 55th and 66th minutes. Her first came on a header from a ball by Erica Parenteau, followed be a sweeping boot from 20 yards out into the net 11 minutes later.
With the win, the Huskies move to 1-1 in the young Canada West season, while Winnipeg falls to 0-2-1.
Winnipeg tallied in the 61st minute after two straight corner kicks by Steff OPhey led to the goal. Chelsea Kwasnicki wasable to send the ball over Huskie keeper Marissa Struik.
Lindsay Manz (2nd minute) and Daniela Fuenzalida (90th minute) also scored for the Huskies.
Ainslie McConkey made 12 saves in the match for the Wesmen, while Struik made two in the win for the Huskies..
The Huskies remain at home to host the University of Manitoba Bisons Sunday, while Winnipeg travels to meet the University of Regina Cougars. Both match times are noon.
Match Notes: Fans are invited to meet Olympic bronze medalist Kaylyn Kyle at Sunday’s soccer matches. Kyle, who played with the Huskies in 2006, will take part in a special opening ceremonies, as well assign autographs at halftime.