Jimmie roundup: Football earns first win of the season
Saturday was a good day for the Jimmies down in Sioux City, Iowa.
The University of Jamestown football team won its first game of the season with a 17-10 win over Briar Cliff University. The Jimmies improved to 1-5 overall, while Briar Cliff dropped 1-6.
UJ will face Dakota Wesleyan Nov. 14 at 1 p.m. at the Bismarck Community Bowl.
Cade Torgerson started things off for the Jimmies with 9:17 remaining in the first quarter with a seven-yard touchdown pass to Javon Bowie. An extra point kick by Izaak Myles made it 7-0 Jimmies.
Briar Cliff responded with a 24-yard field goal with 6:36 left to play in the half.
It looked like the lead was going to be four heading into halftime, but seven seconds was all the Jimmies needed to extend the lead.
Torgerson tossed a 13-yard TD pass to Micah Madyun to make it 14-3 Jimmies. UJ's three-play, 40-yard drive took all of 22 seconds.
Briar Cliff's one touchdown came with 5:51 left in the third when Cayden Mitchell ran in from one yard out. The Jimmies sealed the deal just under three minutes later when Myles put the ball through the uprights from 32 yards out.
University of Jamestown 17, Briar Cliff University 10
UJ 7 7 3 0 -- 17
BC 0 3 7 0 -- 10
UJ: 7-yard pass by Cade Torgerson to Javon Bowie (Izaak Myles kick)
BC: 24-yard field goal by Jonatha Branner
UJ: 13-yard pass by Cade Torgerson to Micah Madyun (Myles kick)
BC: 1-yard run by Cayden Mitchell (Branner kick).
UJ: 32-yard field-goal by Izaak Myles.
Records: University of Jamestown 1-5, 1-5 GPAC; Briar Cliff 1-6, 1-6.
Morningside cruises past Jimmies
The game was decided after 17 minutes and, unfortunately for the Jimmies, it was not in their favor.
The University of Jamestown women's soccer team fell 1-0 to Morningside Saturday afternoon at the Jimmie turf. The Mustangs improved to 8-1 overall and 7-1 in the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) standings. UJ is sitting at 8-5 overall and 6-5 in the GPAC.
The Jimmies will wrap up the regular season on Wednesday hosting Presentation College at 5 p.m.
Sina Feeser put the ball between the posts off an assist from Anna Ljulijic in the 17th minute. Neither team was able to find the back of the net during the remaining 73 minutes.
The Jimmies placed six shots on goal while the Mustangs only put four on the net. Jimmie goalkeeper Alex Nowka saved all but one from the back of the net.
Morningside 1, University of Jamestown 0
MOR 1 0 -- 1
UJ 0 0 -- 0
1. M Sina Feeser (Ljulijic), 17th minute.
Shots on goal: M, 4; UJ 6
Saves: M, Alexandra Homan 6; UJ, Alex Nowka 3
Records: Morningside 8-1, 7-1; University of Jamestown 8-5, 6-5
Jimmies shutout by Morningside College
The University of Jamestown men's soccer team suffered its second straight loss falling 6-0 to Morningside.
UJ lost 3-0 to Briar Cliff University on Halloween. The Jimmies dropped to 4-6 overall and 4-5 in the conference.
Okan Golge broke the ice with a goal scored at 35:25. The Mustangs scored twice more in a span of 27 seconds to end the half up 3-0.
The second half started out very similar to how the first ended.
Robin Thomala gave Morningside a four-goal advantage in the 50th minute. The Mustangs found the back of the net twice more before the final horn ended the game.
Morningside outshot UJ 9-3. Alex Hamer made two saves for the Jimmies.
UJ will face Presentation College on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Jimmie Turf Field.
Morningside 6, University of Jamestown 0
MOR 3 3 -- 6
UJ 0 0 -- 0
1. Okan Golge (unassisted) 36th minute; 2. Victor Beker (Golge) 38th minute; 3. Noah Aniser (Beker) 38th minute.
4. Robin Thomala (unassisted) 50th minute; 5. Golge (Thomala) 58th minute; 6. Beker (unassisted) 90th minute.
Shots on goal: Morningside 9, UJ 3
Saves: M, Tobias Sadler 2; Bjarne Huth 1; UJ, Hamer 3
Jimmies finish fall season at GPAC Championships
The University of Jamestown men and women's cross country teams finished out the fall season at the Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Championships on Saturday. The Jimmie men finished last of 11 competing teams while the women's team did not compete as a team.
David Martin, a sophomore runner for the Jimmies, was the first to cross the line for UJ with a time of 31 minutes, 8 seconds. Martin finished 64th out of 86 competing athletes. On the women's side Allyson Schreiber, a Jimmie freshman, paced out a 20:48 5-kilometer race.
Top 10 finishers
1. Shawn Kiptoo, DOA, 25:44; 2. Davis Tebben, DOR, 26:09; 3. Jose Gonzalez, MID, 26:30; 4. Connor Ritz, MOR, 26:34; 5. Dylan Hendricks, NWC, 26:38; 6. Franklin Reinders, DOR, 26:41; 7. Joe Anderson, DOR, 26:49; 8. Eric Steiger, DOR, 26:51; 9. Jakob VanDerWerff, NWC, 26:54; 10. Leviticus Cross, NWC, 26:55.
1. Taylor Anema, DOR, 18:50; 2. Eden Winslow, DOR, 18:51; 3. Kristine Honomichl, MOR, 18:56; 4. Jordan DeGroot, DOR, 19:06; 5. Jessica Kampman, DOR, 19:10; 6. Emalee Fundermann, MOR, 19:17; 7. Sam Crossett, HAS, 19:21; 8. Anna Hiebner, NWC, 19:28; 9. Madison Gerken, HAS, 19:32; 10. Veronica Pinkerton, HAS, 19:38.
64. David Martin 31:08; 70. Noah Mang 31:43; 75. Andrew Hornung 32:35; 77. Obed Karege 33:01; 84. Jacob Juelfs 37:33; 85. Elliot Quillon 38:57.
36. Allyson Schreiber 20:48; 53. Meghan Orr 21:59; 67. Judies Yousa 22:49; 94. Kristin Breaux 27:36.
1. Dordt 34, 2. Northwestern 55, 3. Doane 77, 4. Midland 133, 5. Morningside 145, 6. Concordia 156, 7. Mount Marty 211, 8. Hastings 217, 9. Dakota Wesleyan 233, 10. Briar Cliff 292, 11. Jamestown 309.
1. Dordt 27, 2. Morningside 94, 3. Northwestern 95, 4. Concordia 102, 5. Hastings 109, 6. Doane 127, 7. Midland 194, 8. St. Mary 200, 9. Dakota Wesleyan 259, 10. Mount Marty 273, 11. Briar Cliff 340.
Hockey falls hosting Mary
The University of Mary Marauders scored four unanswered goals Saturday night, defeating the University of Jamestown hockey team 4-1 at Wilson Arena.
Jake Huculak scored at the 11:04 mark of the second period to give the Jimmies a 1-0 lead. Andrew Clark and Tyler Chavez-Leech got the assists.
UMary answered at 16:10 of the second on a Jaren Hugelen goal, assisted by Zach Garrett, to tie the game at 1.
With 22 seconds left before the second intermission, the Marauders made it 2-1 on an Andy Huber goal, assisted by Andrew Heckaman and Hugelen.
Seth Cushing made it 3-1 at the 3:15 mark of the third on an assist by Cyril Nagurski, then scored again at the 8:39 mark on a Drew Lenertz pass to make it 4-1.
Jaysen MacLean had 29 saves for the Jimmies. Kyle Hayden had 29 saves for the Marauders.
Both teams were 1-for-3 on the power play.
Jamestown, now 2-3-3 this season, is back in action Wednesday at the University of Mary.