On the men’s side, Hastings College overcame a 1-0 halftime deficit and won the game 3-1. Dordt’s first half goal came from Josh Brinkerhoff, and Brinkerhoff was the only player for Dordt to get a shot off. In the second half, Jordan Green tied the game up, and freshman Felix Proessl, of Hastings College, scored just minutes later to take a 2-1 lead. Green would add another one to give the Broncos their 3-1 win. [Read more...]
By Abby Niederklein, Matt Bennett and Allen Hamil
Conference leaders and ranked No. 20 nationally, Hastings College hosted GPAC rival Doane this Wednesday at the Lloyd Wilson Field. The game started out with tight defense on both sides, keeping the game at 0-0 in the first half. The action started in the second half when HC’s Jordan Green scored an amazing goal 61 minutes into the game. His second goal hit the net less than a minute later. The ending score was 2-0, Hastings College sweeping over No. 6 Doane. Hastings College plays No. 10 Briar Cliff at Hastings for another Conference Rival game on Saturday, Oct. 13. [Read more...]
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HC men’s soccer competed in an exhibition game against Fort Hays State University in a cool and misty start to New Student Days. The men won 4-0. Check back on HC Media Online tomorrow at 7 p.m. to watch the women’s team compete in an exhibition game against the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
After losing some of its top athletes to graduation, the HC soccer program will enter this season with a more youthful look. Despite losing first team NAIA All-American seniors Nate Polak, Derek Prinz and Cody Poteat last year, the Broncos are setting their goals high, hoping to at least make it back into the national tournament, hosted this year in Montgomery, Ala. [Read more...]
On Jan. 17, the HC men’s soccer team took another monumental step in the progression to establishing themselves as one of NAIA’s most elite soccer programs.
Coming off the heels of a record breaking 39- game winning streak and going to two straight NAIA national titles, senior Nate Polak became the first ever player from the GPAC conference to be drafted by a Major League Soccer program. [Read more...]