FC Indiana 0-1 Houston Aces
MAY 11, 2013 - FC Indiana's 199th game in its tenth year of women's
soccer was marked by a 1-0 WPSL defeat to Houston Aces at St Joe HS
Stadium Saturday night.
The defeat, sealed by a short-range effort from Jackie Acevedo that Geralda Saintilus should have dealt with, was characterized by some poor defending from the Lionesses. FC Indiana fell behind after just 4 minutes when Acevedo benefited from hesitation by FC Indiana keeper and her center back Kristin Colley to slot home from 7 yards out.
FC Indiana's best chance of the game came just after the hour mark when Kensie Bobo darted away from marker and only had to slot the ball home butwas stopped by the Aces goalkeeper who came out bravely.
Led by industrious Wisline Dolce, FC Indiana responded well after the goal with Houston threatening sporadically to break through FC Indiana's backline.
Former FC Indiana assistant named
Kazakhstan national team coach
SEPTEMBER 17, 2012 - Former FC Indiana assistant coach Kaloyan
named Kazakhstan national team manager on September 12 tasked with
trying to revive Kazakhstan women's soccer national team after a string
of poor results.
Petkov, who assisted Shek Borkowski at FC Indiana between 2005-2009
replaces Andrei Vaganov (KAZ) who was fired in August.
Sakaguchi wins silver in London
AUGUST 9, 2012
Sakaguchi who represented FCIndiana in 2009, won silver medal at the
London Olypmpics after Japan lost to USA 2:1.
Sakaguchi wins the FIFA Women's
JULY 20, 2011 - Mizuho
Sakaguchi who starred in midfield for FC Indiana, scored Japan’s third
penalty kick as Japan beat the US on penalty kicks to win the 2011 FIFA
Women’s World Cup. Sakaguchi, who started for her country in all six
Women’s World Cup, played for FC Indiana during the 2009 season. She
helped the club to a 14-2-1 overall record and had 3 assists in FC
Indiana’s 3-2 win over the Chicago Red Stars and 1 assist in FC Indiana
2-1 loss to WPS champions Sky Blue FC.
In total, four nations (Mexico, Japan, Canada, New Zealand) have included eight former FC Indiana players on their FIFA Women’s World Cup rosters but there was disappointment
for Lisa-Marie Woods when she was left out of Norway's final squad because of injuries.
Nine former FC Indiana players
named to World Cup rosters
JUNE 10, 2011 - Indiana may not have a reputation as a hotbed of international soccer, but FC Indiana coach Shek Borkowski might beg to differ as nine former FC Indiana soccer players have earned spots on six women’s national team squads for the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup, scheduled for June 26 to July 17 in Germany. Pamela Tajonar, Lupita Worbis, Monica Ocampo (all Mexico), Ria Percival (New Zealand), Lisa-Marie Woods (Norway), Marie-Eve Nault, Kelly Parker, Robin Gayle (all Canada) and Mizuho Sakaguchi (Japan), were named to their respective countries 21-member rosters.
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