The Iowa Lakes men’s Soccer team faces North Iowa Area Community College this weekend, Saturday, Oct. 18, at the Spencer Soccerplex. Kick-off is at 2 p.m.
The Lakers are coming off an impressive road win on Wednesday night against Marshalltown Community College.
The Lakers are led offensively by Mohammad Awadallah, who has scored nine goals so far this season. Goalkeeper Alan Guadarrama has 50 saves on the year with a save percentage of .735.
NIACC is led by Kevin Fortes, who has twelve goals on the season, and Nathan Spores with 95 saves and a save percentage of .805.
The Lakers next home game is on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 2 p.m. against Scott Community College.
ISU Finishes Seventh at Stanford Intercollegiate
STANFORD, Calif. Â? The Iowa State women's golf team finished seventh at the 17-team Stanford Intercollegiate field after carding a final-round 284 this afternoon. ISU finished the tournament at 863, the fourth-best lowest team score in school history. USC won the team championship at 836.
The Iowa Lakes men’s and women’s Swimming and Diving Team will hold their fourth annual Blue and Gold Meet on Friday, Oct. 17 at 3 p.m. in the Smith Wellness Center on the Emmetsburg Campus. The inter-squad meet will help the swimmers prepare for their first regular season meet in Emmetsburg on Nov. 1.
Head Coach Johnathon Jordan and Assistant Coach Dan Park held a NFL style draft with the team last Friday to pick the Blue and Gold teams.
Coach Jordan, who was named National Women’s Coach of the Year for the previous season, is looking forward to seeing his team compete for the first time this year.
“The coaching staff is excited to see the athletes hit the pool in the first meet format of the year. We have a strong group of incoming freshman in addition to outstanding returning team members, that have the ability to swim fast times. I’m also happy about giving Laker fans the opportunity to see great competitive swimming,” said Jordan.
Cyclones Fall To Texas, 48-45, On Late Field Goal
AUSTIN, Texas Â? Texas drove the length of the field in 22 seconds and kicker Nick Rose hit a 21-yard field goal to lift Texas to a 48-45 win over Iowa State Saturday night at Darrell K. Royal Â? Texas Memorial Stadium.
UNI Battles Top-25 Foe SDSU, Falls 31-28
The University of Northern Iowa football team battled to the last play against top-25 foe South Dakota State, but fell to the Jackrabbits 31-28. UNI is now 3-4 overall and 1-2 in MVFC play.