Upcoming Schedule Aug. 26 DIXIE (Exhib.) 1 p.m. Aug. 31 UNLV 4 p.m.THIS WEEK - USU will remain at home as it hosts its final exhibition game of the year against Dixie College. The match will be played Saturday, Aug. 26 at Tower Field and will begin at 1 p.m.
NEXT WEEK - The Aggies open the 2000 regular season at home against UNLV, Thur., Aug. 31 at 4 p.m. This will be the third meeting between the two teams who each own one win a piece. The teams last met in 1999 when Utah State came out on top, winning 2-1.
SCOUTING THE OPPONENTS - Dixie College returns five players from its 1999 squad that finished third at the junior college national tournament and accumulated a 17-3-1 overall record. Dixie's top returnees include sophomores Angela Profancik and Alisha Provstgaard. Profancik was credited with five goals and one assist in 1999, and Provstgaard had three goals and three assists on the season. Dixie also brings to the table a new head coach in Rob Dahl. Dahl spent the previous 13 years coaching at the high school level. He has also coached club soccer for four years and the olympic development team for one year. The last time Dixie and Utah State met was in 1999's preseason. USU came out on top winning 5-1. Current team members Jayme Gordy, Marnie Bartelson, Ashley Cracroft, and Michelle Eversman all scored goals in the victory.
AGGIE HOT SHOTS - Freshman Ally Clegg (Bountiful, Utah) was USU's lone scorer in its 3-1 loss to Utah, Saturday. Clegg scored in her collegiate debut off a pass from freshman Amber Tracy (Wellsville, Utah).
USU VS. UTAH GAME RECAP -
A new offensive system for the Utah State women's soccer team would not be enough for USU to overtake Utah as the Aggies fell 3-1 in their first exhibition game Sat., Aug. 19. Trying a 4-3-3 offense versus last season's 3-4-3 set up proved to be a difficult task for the Aggies as Utah seemed to overpower USU on both sides of the ball. The USU defense struggled against the Utes as Utah broke open the day's scoring early when junior Alli Cerruti knocked in the Utes' first goal off a pass from sophomore Shauna Gurr. The Utes continued to dominate play as junior Amy Kofoed scored two more unanswered goals in the second half. USU attempted to rally late in the second half when freshman Ally Clegg (Bountiful, Utah) scored the first goal of her collegiate career off a shot from fellow freshman Amber Tracy (Wellsville, Utah) in the 82:00 of play.
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