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Alma College Athletics

HOLLAND, Mich. - The Alma College women's soccer team fell, 2-0, to the Hope College Flying Dutch in the MIAA Tournament quarterfinals Monday night. The Scots, the tournament's sixth seed, finish their season with an overall record of 3-5 for the spring 2021 season. The third-seeded Flying Dutch advance to the Tournament semifinals. 

Both teams displayed great defensive effort throughout the game with not allowing many scoring chances. In the first half, Hope only had two shots on goal while the Scots had one. One of the Flying Dutch's shots did find the back of net in the opening 45 minutes that put them up 1-0 at the break. 

Alma started to create some more chances in the second half with three shots on goal. The Scots were looking for the equalizer, however Hope stymied any opportunity. With less than 10 minutes to go, the Flying Dutch scored again for some insurace while putting Alma in a tough situation. 

The Scots would not go down without a fight until the very end though. Time would run out on Alma's season that included back-to-back road wins and a defining senior night victory. 

Ally Wentworth finished her career with seven saves in net for the Scots. The Mount Pleasant native ended up with 217 career saves over 41 games played. Her career save percentage was .770 and her goal against average was 1.70 as a Scot. Wentworth led the MIAA in saves in both her sophomore and senior seasons. 

The Scots tallied four shots on goal in the contest. Senior Tori Aquilino had one of them while Paige Moore, Peyton Erndteman, and Lily Stephan had the others. 

Alma will graduate its senior class of Wentworth, Aquilino, Olivia Harkins, Makenzie Rajewski, and student manager Allena Parker. The Scots will return for the fall 2021 season. 

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ANGOLA, IND.  --  Freshman Tyler Murphy (Greenfield, Ind./Greenfield Central) scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to send the Trine University men's soccer team to a 2-1 victory against Albion (Mich.) College and advance to the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Tournament Championship game.

Trine (11-4) trailed for most of regulation that saw Albion (1-5) score first at the 32:50 minute mark of the first half and maintained its one-goal lead at the break.  

With less than a minute to go in the game, Trine got a penalty kick opportunity on a foul that occurred in the goal box.  Junior Brian Morris (Metamora, Mich./Lapeer) capitalized on the opportunity and got his shot past the Briton netminder to even the game at 1-1 forcing overtime.

Neither team scored the game-winner in the first overtime, keeping the game deadlocked at a goal apiece.  After a excellent scoring opportunity by Albion late in the second overtime period that didn't result in the game winner, the ball found its way over to Trine who advanced the ball up the field to a streaking Murphy who then took the ball down the field and took a shot from the left side.  The shot attempt ended up in the back right corner of the Albion net for the game winner with 27 seconds left to clinch a spot in the MIAA tournament title game.

Trine will face Hope (Mich.) College in the tournament championship game on Saturday, Apr. 24 in Holland, Mich.  The game is scheduled to start at 5 p.m.

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The MIAA firmly believes that each student-athlete across the state serves as a role model. They are looked up to for their athletic talents, however they have the ability to make an even greater impact upon others with their actions off the playing field.
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Promoting health and wellness for all students is the shared responsibility of families, schools, communities and the students themselves. To that end, the “Wellness” effort of the MIAA strives to help schools create programs and educational strategies for all constituencies on a regular basis to address any matter that might enhance or improve the well-being of the student.

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At the heart of the high school sport experience is the quality of coaching provided to student-athletes. A key element of having high quality coaching is ensuring that coaches have proper and ongoing training.
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The MIAA is committed to encouraging and promoting the high ideals of sportsmanship, integrity and ethics, as well as developing a positive environment for athletic events at all levels of interscholastic competition. The goal of interscholastic athletics is to give young people the opportunity to expand their educational horizons by experiencing fair and friendly competition with their peers. Ingrained in this competition is respect for rules, regulations, opponents and officials.

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Every action taken by a student-athlete, for better or worse, has an impact upon their peers, families and communities. Student-athletes are looked up to for their athletic talents, and share an incredible power of influence as visible figures in and out of the school setting.
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Registration for 2021-22 season
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MIAA does not discriminate in its educational programs or activities on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion or religious creed, disability or handicap, sex or gender, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, military or veteran status,  genetic information,  or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law.  Retaliation is also prohibited.


  • The budgets passed by the Massachusetts Legislature do not contain any appropriation of tax dollars to the MIAA.
  • The MIAA is a private, not-for-profit organization and is audited by an independent firm every year.
  • Membership status in the MIAA is on a volunteer basis.
  • The MIAA has no full-time staff members assigned to compliance or investigations.   The responsibility of following MIAA bylaws and regulations resides with each member school.  Violations are to be reported  in writing to the MIAA.
  • Student-athletes tend to have better attendance records, lower dropout rates, higher grade-point averages and improved self-confidence. 


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For the 2021-2022 Soccer Season all infractions must be reported through the following formstack link:

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For the fall 2021 soccer season, it is now required for schools to use the new MIAA Infraction Sheets. At the completion of the game if infractions occurred, the home team should complete this form and the officials are required to complete the bottom portion. The infraction sheet does NOT need to be submitted to the MIAA, the home team should keep them for their records for the entire regular and tournament season. 
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35.1Fall practice (except golf and football) may begin on 2nd Monday preceding Labor Day (August 23, 2021). No team may have more than thirteen (13) single practice sessions (i.e., "double sessions" count as two single practice sessions) through and including the Friday before Labor Day. Double practice sessions are not permitted on the first three days of fall practice. 

4-2-10 NEW: Head coverings worn for religious reasons shall not be made of abrasive or hard materials; and must fit securely.

Rationale: This rule addition will allow student-athletes to express their religious beliefs through the wearing of headwear without the approval from the state.

78.2.18 The home team must complete the infraction score sheet IF any infractions given. The official must review and sign off on the information at the end of the game. The home team should keep this form for the remainder of the year. Each school is then required to enter all VARSITY infractions on-line through the MIAA Soccer Infraction reporting form found on the MIAA Soccer page. A hard copy of any coach/student disqualification form must be sent to the MIAA. (Sub-varsity level score sheets should be filed and maintained at the local level).

78.2.5 A player committing a second yellow card infraction in the same contest receives a red card. There are no exceptions. It should be reported as only a red card (not two yellows or a yellow and a red).

78.2.11 Any player who receives a third yellow card in a season shall be suspended from the next contest; a fourth yellow card and subsequent yellow cards in a season shall result in suspension for two contests. This penalty carries over to the next soccer season (or next season if senior) if happens in last contest, or the next to last contest.

78.2.16 For purposes of obtaining tournament eligibility, no team may exceed four red or fifteen TOTAL cards during the regular season. Delay of game encroachment and deliberate (intentional) handball are infractions, which will continue to be enforced and penalized. The impact of these infractions will be assessed and will be considered towards tournament ineligibility.

Liaison - Rob Pearl, MIAA, Assistant Director

District 1
Mr. Sean Mackin, Athletic Director, Chicopee High School
Mr. Karl Zigmud, Athletic Director, Monument Mtn RHS

District 2
Mr. Ted Zwada, Assistant Principal, Leicester High School
Mr. Chris Schmidt, Athletic Director, Nimpuc Regional 

District 3
Ms. Tania Rich, Athletic Director, Nashoba Regional

District 4
Ms. Allyson Mizoguchi, Principal, Wayland High School
Mr. Aaron Joncas, Athletic Director, Concord-Carlisle

District 5
Ms. Nicole Viele, Assistant Principal, Somerville High School

District 6
Mr. Ted Currle, Athletic Director, Xaverian Brothers HS
Mr. Michael Gerrish, Athletic Director, Cardinal Spellman

District 7
Mr. Danny Erickson, Athletic Director, Canton High School

District 8
Mr. William Terranova, Principal, Cape Cod Regional Technical High School
Mr. Joseph Francis, Athletic Director, Somerset-Berkley Reg. High School

District 9
Mr. Bob Keuther, Principal, Marshfield High School
Ms. Karen Guillemette, Athletic Director, Monomy Regional

Coaches' Representative(s)
Ms. Sue Hendee
Tom Rivet

Officials' Representative(s)
Mr. Ric Beaudoin

Mr. Robert McArdle, Greater Lawrence Ed Collaborative

Mr. Jake Oliveira, Ludlow

Kevin Anderson, Athletic Director, Grafton High School

2021-2022 Soccer Committee Meetings
September 14, 2021 - 10:00 am (MIAA Office)
February 8, 2022 - 10:00 am (Virtual)
May 17, 2022- 10:00 am (MIAA Office)

Soccer Tournament Seeding - TBD
Fall Tournament Directors - Ocotber 5, 2021 (MIAA Office)

Fall Tournament 2021

Cut Off Date: 10/31/2021

Seeding: 11/1/2021

Preliminary Round thru Round of 8 (played at higher seed): 

State Semi Finals (played at neutral sites):

State Semi Finals (played at neutral sights):
November 19, 2021 - November 20, 2021

September 14, 2021  September 14, 2021
February 8, 2022 February 8, 2022
May 17, 2022 May 17, 2022
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